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Friday, March 6, 2009

Equal Rights For All Malaysians The Raja Said So

What has racist umno got to say about this, while the spirit of Altantuya Shaaribuu hanging over Najib and Rosmah heads and Nizar, Zambry .
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Nobody Can Question My Rights As A Malaysian We Are All Bangsa Malaysia We All Have The Same Rights There Is Only One Race - The Human Race

I am right after all. Racist umno all along is calling for the arrest and detention to those who questioned "ketuanan melayu" (malay supremacy) under the ISA. As I said before, we are not questioning the ketuanan melayu, you can keep it under lock and key for safety but we are asking that as Malaysian Citizen, we command the same rights as any Malaysians allow for in this country.

This is what The Raja of Perlis, Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin Putra Syed Jamalullail said in his speech at the launching of a seminar on the Federal Constitution

(New Straits Times) - The Raja of Perlis, Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin Putra Syed Jamalullail, yesterday took to task those propounding the "ketuanan Melayu" (Malay supremacy) policy, accusing them of using "narrow-minded ways to achieve personal objectives".

He said every Malaysian, irrespective of age, gender, social status or religion, enjoyed equal rights.

The ruler said some Malaysians were making a big issue of the "ketuanan Melayu" issue and asking that supremacy or rights be given only to a particular race.

"It is very unfortunate to see these self-interested parties raising sensitive issues which could dampen the spirits and hopes of millions of people. In Malaysia, every race is tuan," he said in his speech at the launching of a seminar on the Federal Constitution here. The seminar was jointly organised by the state government and the Biro Tatanegara.

The Raja of Perlis reminded everyone that no individual should be deprived of his rights and that sensitive issues should not be raised in a multi-racial country like Malaysia.
"Sensitive issues and disharmony in society will only bring harm to the country," he added.

He said after 51 years, there was an understanding between the royal houses, leaders of all races and political parties in the country on the multi-racial character of the nation.

"This understanding is referred to as a social contract. It is to ensure that every race lives in harmony. The rights of every individual and race cannot not be taken away and at the same time Islam will remain the official religion of the country."

The Raja of Perlis said the role of the Malay royalty should be upheld as they had played the most significant role in defending the rights of the people. He said it was the responsibility of the royalty to ensure that everyone lived in harmony.

"Today, many individuals redefine the social contract in the Federal Constitution in their own narrow-minded way for personal objectives.

"I believe that if everyone understands that every individual of any race, should not be deprived of their rights, then the efforts of certain parties who think that the supremacy or rights should only be given to a particular race can be stopped," he said.

The ruler hoped that the contents of the Federal Constitution will be clearly understood by all, including the leaders of political parties.

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