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What roused their ire was that Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz refused to entertain any interjections for clarification and was bent on racing through the text when winding up for the ministry today (Sept 18, 2006).
Defending his speedy delivery, he said: “There are 30 ministers who need to wind up for their ministries in the remaining four days of sitting before the fasting month break.
“They will have their opportunity (to ask questions) in November.”
…Nazri, who is the minister overseeing parliamentary affairs, irked the MPs when he uttered ‘kurang ajar’ (ill-bred) against Karpal Singh (DAP-Bukit Gelugor) who accused him of misleading the House for providing wrong data on the Tsunami Aid Fund.
Unfazed, Nazri continued to speak amid the commotion. He also ignored Deputy Speaker Datuk Lim Si Cheng attempted to stop Nazri when Karpal Singh invoked the standing order to get Nazri withdraw the words.
Before Lim could restore calm, explaining that Nazri has in fact withdrawn his statement, Nazri interjected: “It’s his business if he (Karpal) is deaf.”
This prompted Fong Po Kuan (DAP-Batu Gajah) to shout: “Chase him out of the House.”
Datuk Raja Ahmad Zainuddin Raja Omar (BN-Larut) then lent his support to the minister by saying: “If they (Opposition MPs) are stubborn. Chase them out of the House.”
Shouts of “Get out! Get out!” were heard from the Backbenchers. Above the din, reporters were unable to hear Nazri who continued readding his speech. At this juncture, the DAP MPs, except Fong and wheelchair-bound Karpal, walked out. They returned about five minutes later.
Karpal Singh had several times tried to stop Nazri from delivering his speech.
“We have to control him (Nazri). He has become mad (gila),” said Karpal Singh, sparking another round of commotion.
Lihatlah betapa kurang ajarnya si Nazri ini. Malah ahli Parlimen BN yang lain turut sama biadap. Walaupun Nazri jelas tidak beretika, ahli Parlimen BN tetap menyokong Nazri. Budaya ‘pak turut’ UMNO yang dibawa sampai ke Parlimen ini sedikit sebanyak memalukan. Mereka yang bergelar ‘YB’ dan berpangkat dato’ ini dilihat tak ubah seperti budak tadika yang masih perlu diajar. Malah tidak keterlaluan kiranya saya katakan budak tadika lebih beradab daripada ahli Parlimen BN.
Malah ulasan Nazri sewaktu menjawab persoalan kewajaran OSA (Akta Rahsia Rasmi) diteruskan turut mengambarkan sikap biadap, tak mengenang budi dan mengampu-ampu.
Nazri also denied Lim’s claim that Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has lost grip of his administration.
“In the previous administration, there was dictatorship (and) people do not have freedom. Now people have freedom to speak up then it has been seen as out of control,” he added.
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