9 Jun 2017

NAJIB PLEASE ADDRESS THE FRESH ALLEGATIONS OVER SRC PAYMENTS



9th June 2017

PRESS STATEMENT BY:-
TAN SRI DATUK ROBERT PHANG MIOW SIN.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
CHAIRMAN – SOCIAL CARE FOUNDATION

 

The above subject has been the latest serious controversy / allegation .in our country. 

The easiest, most logical and legitimate way of addressing this controversy / allegation, may I boldly suggest is for Tan Sri Shafee and YAB PM to come clean in clearing this confusion/allegation.  They need to look for a very convincing way to stop this controversy otherwise it will go viral.

Allow me, both are responsible persons, surely in the interest of the public, please put to a stop, these controversy / allegations.  The current state of mind of the Rakyat is as follows:-

a)    If any allegations without true facts supporting, it will very much be liable to defamation of character – suit.

b)    If these allegations were allowed to go on without proper action taken by Tan Sri Shafee and YAB PM to address this continuing issue, than it will spiral out of control and go viral further. I am sure this will be a negative impact on YAB PM / Tan Sri Shafee and the BN Government for the forthcoming GE14.

c)    Until today, YAB PM has maintained his innocence in 1MDB and that YAB PM has nothing to do with SRC.  However the Nation will enthusiastically watch and monitor on the progress of this controversy / allegation.

Please bear in mind that the USA Department of Justice is still pursuing their investigation very seriously with the similar action and co-operation from the Singapore Government.  The Rakyat would like to know the outcome.


“HUMBLENESS IS A GOOD VIRTUE, ARROGANCE SHALL FALL AND THE MEEK WILL RULE THE WORLD”.

Tan Sri Datuk Robert Phang Miow Sin.
Justice of the Peace.

19 May 2017

WHAT A SHAMEFUL BEHAVIOUR!!!!



19th May 2017.

PRESS STATEMENT BY:-
TAN SRI DATUK ROBERT PHANG MIOW SIN.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
CHAIRMAN – SOCIAL CARE FOUNDATION


I refer to the Slapping incident during the National Transformation 2050  (TN50) in front of YAB PM has clearly shown that the both starring are not only immature at the same time, they have totally forgotten, coming from very well educated background, such hooliganism character could come from them.

Sadly, very sadly indeed that this type of behavior has gone viral over the TV.  It is definitely a very serious concern of this incident, as it will reflect that both parties have not given the due respect to YAB PM.  In fact the two parties are known to YAB PM.  I am sure after this incident, they must examine themselves.  This situation could have been avoided if the emcee Datuk Rosyam Nor had the capability to extend the proper control of the situation. 

Praises must be given to YAB PM.  YAB PM appears undeterred with a smiling face and commanded comfort at the time of the incident. This is the true characteristics of a good politician.  I am sure YAB had earned a lot of praises from the Rakyat. I appeal and pray that all of us must be mature to contain our emotions at all times.  We hope that this type of incident will never occur again. 

In term of security around YAB PM, I boldly suggest regardless how close one is to YAB PM, security measures prevails – no matter what the situation is concerned. 

YOU ARE CAN, YAB PM!!!

Wish YAB PM, Good Health and God bless.

“HUMBLENESS IS A GOOD VIRTUE, ARROGANCE SHALL FALL AND THE MEEK WILL RULE THE WORLD”.

Tan Sri Datuk Robert Phang Miow Sin.
Justice of the Peace.

30 Mar 2017

GOVERNANCE IN REGULATORY BODIES



30th March 2017

PRESS STATEMENT BY:-
TAN SRI DATUK ROBERT PHANG MIOW SIN.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
CHAIRMAN – SOCIAL CARE FOUNDATION

It was reported in The Sun of 29th March 2017 on page 5 that Tunku Aziz said enforcement agencies such as police, immigration, customs and the Inland Revenue Board have wide powers and prone to corruption. It is timely to point out that equally, regulatory agencies such as Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Air Negara (SPAN), SPAD, Securities Commission, JPJ,licensing agencies and other regulatory agencies are open to corruption and abuse.

Some of the chairmen and members of commissions, boards or committees of these agencies are helmed by politicians and ex politicians. This must not be the case. There must be a clear segregation between the lawmakers and the executive. Instead, the members of commissions, boards or committees of these agencies should be filled by professionals who are well versed in the respective industry coupled with the relevant skills and experience.

Should an ex politician who is well qualified helm a regulatory body, there must at least be a cooling off period before taking up the position. Nevertheless, ex politicians should not be sitting on such boards.

The front page of the Star on 30th March 2017 reported 13 officers from various
enforcement agencies were charged with bribery. This does not bode well with politicians or retired politicians along with members who have little knowledge, skills and experience to sit on the commissions, boards or committees of these agencies.

We should emulate the professionalism of BNM which is helmed by qualified professionals. BNM promotes and upholds good corporate governance in regulating the financial services industry. No one can even be appointed to sit on the board of a financial institution unless it is approved by BNM.

Regulators are the bastion of good governance in the industry or sector in which it
regulates. How can the regulator promotes good governance when itself does not practice?
Recently, there was a well reported case of MACC raid on the water utility body in Sabah. Is the state water regulator helmed by politicians and in turn the Sabah utility body helmed by other politicians? There is too much political intervention and participation in the water utility sector at the regulatory level as well as in the water utility bodies in both sides of the political divide.

It is time that the country works towards proper governance especially with the regulators. Regulators should regulate well and not have members of the regulatory bodies partake in projects in which they regulate. Regulators must promote transparency and accountability both in the industry or sector in which they regulate as well as within the regulatory bodies.



“HUMBLENESS IS A GOOD VIRTUE, ARROGANCE SHALL FALL AND THE MEEK WILL RULE THE WORLD”.

Tan Sri Datuk Robert Phang Miow Sin.
Justice of the Peace.