Wednesday, February 11, 2009

LKKPP Seminar February 7, 2009

As mentioned in the last posting, the Lajnah Kebajikan and Kemasyarakatan PAS Pusat organised a seminar entitled 'Perlaksanaan Negara Berkebajikan Dalam Negeri Negeri Pakatan Rakyat', or 'Towards The Realisation of A Caring Nation Within Pakatan Rakyat Administered States'. Steered by its Chairman, YB Doctor Lo'Lo', the seminar was officiated by YB Dato' Husam Musa. Delegates from all over Malaysia attended the half day seminar.


This seminar, the first of its kind, discussed the welfare issues of the rakyat, and how LKKPP intend to assist the Pakatan Rakyat States to address the issues concerned, in keeping to the "Negara Berkebajikan" manifesto of the past GE12. It should be noted that the word 'Berkebajikan' does not translate directly as 'Welfare Nation', but a nation that looks into the real issues afflicting the people, materially and/or otherwise.


In his opening speech, YB Dato' Husam mentioned that the Perak State Government under YAB Ir Nizar, would announce a 5day Pre-Maternity Leave. This would allow the family to be better prepared, taking into consideration a large number of Malaysians would normally head back towards their parents house, or have their parents over to assist. (As I have not been reading nor watching the news these past few days, and even coming online as regularly as before the Gaza War, I beg leave of any knowledge pursuant to the implementation of the matter).

LKKPP, in the coming months, would be holding meets with the LKKP of each states, and assisting them to open clinics in an effort to understand the rakyat's woes within the context of the matter. InsyAllah, Harakah print edition this Friday would have the full story.



More pictures at Pictures-Only here and here.


ps. To my friends and regular visitors, I apologise for the dry tone in this, and several previous entries. InsyAllah, regular entries will be back on air. Or, in a new blog.

4 comments:

Kerp (Ph.D) said...

that policy mooted by yb Nizar is one of the most noble move we hear in recent times. i'm sure the rakyat gave 2 thumbs up but sadly, the rakyat have no say in choosing a government.

Kata Tak Nak said...

Agree with comrade kerpov there, Malaysia is a Democracy where the rakyat has no say in choosing a government.

cakapaje said...

Salam kerpie,

Aye, the sad truth in the matter. Sadder still, there are still some people who would rather hit out at Karpal for being 'biadap' rather than looking at the bigger picture of how the be-end has raped democracy.

cakapaje said...

Salam Cikgu,

Da, da! Comrade kerpov and you are right, we are all now, how the ruskies say, proletariat? Like the Kelantanese would say 'Demo suka, demo kasi'.