Giliran Maknya Yen Yen Pulak ‘Gelabah Biawak’


Cer hangpa tengok gambar diatas…gabra sakan nak jawab soalan wartwan..

KANTOI..RM100 juta lebih hilang lagi beb..

Apa sudah jadi beb…Adakah laporan Ketua Pengarah Audit Negara takdak standard ?

Ketua Pengarah Audit pakai sijil beli ke?

Takkanlah Ketua Pengarah Audit nak buat kerja macam ‘lepas batuk ditangga’ sahaja?

Menggelabah menteri Ng Yen Yen nak tepis soalan wartawan bro… hahaha..itu baru permulaan saja..SPRM tido lagi ke? atawa pun ‘ARAHAN’ belum ada?…ini bukan kes main silap mata…penyalahgunaan wang negara berjuta juta lagi.

ini macam punya menteri pun ada ka?..tuu pun jangan,ada hati nak masuk bertanding di Parlimen Taiping…kih kih kih…Satgi kot Nga Ko Meng tibai menang sampai majoriti 30k apa macam..hahaha hahahaha

Menteri pelancongan pertahan belanja iklan

Menteri Pelancongan, Datuk Seri Ng Yen Yen hari ini mempertahankan perbelanjaan iklan kementerian itu, yang dibangkitkan dalam Laporan Ketua Audit Negara 2010 kerana menurutnya, semua prosedur yang ditetapkan telah dipatuhi.

Ditemui selepas merasmikan Art Expo 2011 di Kuala Lumpur, Ng berkata, Lembaga Penggalakan Pelancongan Malaysia (LPPM) telah
mematuhi prosedur Kementerian Kewangan, yang juga membenarkan rundingan terus.

Katanya, pengalaman lepas telah mengajar kementeriannya bahawa prosedur ini lebih baik kerana ia dapat mengelak “pengantara” atau ejen yang akan mengenakan bayaran 15 peratus komisen.

Jumlah yang dibelanjakan juga adalah mengikut bajet, tambahnya.

Malah, menurutnya, kementeriannya tidak terlebih belanja seperti yang dilaporkan, tetapi sebaliknya perbelanjaan bagi tahun 2009 dan 2010 adalah yang terendah.

Menurut laporan audit tersebut, bagi tahun 2009 dan 2010, LPPM telah membeli ruang iklan bagi RM194.31 juta, tetapi jika melalui proses tender, kosnya hanya RM75.38 juta.

mKini

dari edisi lain..

Datuk Seri Ng Yen Yen denied today that the Tourism Ministry overpaid nearly RM270 million for advertisements last year, despite a finding by the Auditor-General that showed direct negotiations in breach of government rules had contributed to the extra amount.

She provided no explanation, however, as to why the Auditor-General’s report tabled in Parliament this week had singled out her ministry for breaching Treasury rules.

“Ministry of Tourism Malaysia did not overspend, did not spend more… The report says that the amount of direct buy is more but not the total amount of promotion is more, there’s a difference,” Ng told reporters today following the launch of Art Expo Malaysia 2011 here.

The Auditor-General had reported that the ministry had overpaid in advertising fees when it chose to use direct bookings instead of open tenders, to which Ng said, “Direct [negotiations] can be conducted.”

“[With] direct [negotiation,] you deal directly with the media, you do away with intermediary. The prices we paid are never above the market price,” she said.

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