TIM KEAMANAN KAMPUNG KG. BATU PAYUNG DENGAN ESSCOM TAHAN 13 PATI DAN 2 TEKONG DARAT DI TAWAU

TAWAU (24 Agustus) – Kg. Batu Payung yang terdiri dari Komunitas Rukun Tetangga (KRT) dan Relawan Departemen (RELA) bersama-sama telah berhasil menggagalkan upaya 13 imigran gelap (PATI) yang kemudian menyerahkan penangkapan ke Komando Keamanan Sabah Timur (ESSCOM) untuk ditangkap, dekat sini , tadi malam.

Semuanya ditangkap saat menaiki 2 kendaraan yang diduga baru saja mendarat di pantai Batu 12, jalan Kampung Batu Patung.

Komandan DCP ESSCOM Datuk Ahmad Fuad Othman dalam keterangannya mengatakan, tim ESSCOM Land Prevention Op (OCP) bersama 6 anggota Batalyon 14 Pasukan Operasi Umum (PGA) dan 5 anggota 8 RAMD sedang melakukan operasi Op Cegah Pati. Patroli dihubungi oleh Ketua KRT Kampung Batu Payung yang menginformasikan tentang penahanan 2 kendaraan yang diduga dikendarai 13 pati yang baru saja mendarat di pantai Batu Payung, mile 12, jalan Kampung Tinagat.

Setibanya di TKP, Tim ESSCOM Land OCP memeriksa kedua kendaraan tersebut dan menemukan 7 laki-laki dewasa, 5 perempuan dewasa dan seorang anak perempuan berada di kedua kendaraan tersebut.

“Pemeriksaan lebih lanjut menemukan bahwa semua yang berusia antara 2-49 tahun tidak memiliki dokumen identitas yang valid”, katanya.

Ahmad Fuad mengatakan, hasil interogasi lebih lanjut menemukan bahwa mereka semua mengaku baru tiba dari Sungai Nyamuk, Indonesia menggunakan jalur ilegal dengan menggunakan perahu, sedangkan dua pengemudi kendaraan mengaku membawa penumpang setibanya di lokasi.

“Ditahan juga 2 tekong darat lokal berusia 28 tahun beserta 2 kendaraan yang digunakan dalam kegiatan tersebut”.

“Semua tersangka dibawa ke balai polis untuk tindakan lebih lanjut dan kasus ini sedang diselidiki berdasarkan Bagian 55 (E) Undang-Undang Keimigrasian 1959/63 dan Bagian 6 (1) (c) Undang-Undang Keimigrasian 1959/63” , dia berkata.
Sementara itu,

Ahmad Fuad menyampaikan apresiasi dan terima kasih yang setinggi-tingginya kepada semua pihak yang telah membantu menyukseskan kegiatan tersebut, khususnya kepada Masyarakat Rukun Tetangga (KRT) dan Relawan Zona Tanjung Batu (RELA) yang telah menjadi ‘mata dan telinga’ serta membantu masyarakat. aparat keamanan untuk menertibkan masuknya imigran gelap./Covid-19 ke kampung mereka.

“Saya mengimbau kepada masyarakat pesisir, khususnya di pesisir timur Sabah, untuk memainkan perannya masing-masing dengan membantu aparat keamanan masyarakat dengan menjadi mata dan telinga serta memberikan informasi masuknya imigran gelap untuk ditindaklanjuti,” ujarnya.

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BARCELONA MASIH MEMILIKI HUTANG YANG CUKUP BESAR KEPADA LIONEL MESSI

Paris-Prancis-Berandankrinews.com. Kepergian Lionel Messi ke Barcelona ternyata menyisakan masalah finansial lain di Barcelona. Selain masih harus melepas pemain untuk bisa mendaftarkan Memphis Depay, Eric Garcia, dan Sergio Aguero, El Barca juga masih memiliki utang kepada La Pulga yang jumlahnya signifikan.sabtu-14-08-2021

Barcelona resmi kehilangan La Pulga, yang memutuskan gabung ke Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) dengan status bebas transfer. Kepergian itu menyakitkan karena Messi sebenarnya ingin bertahan. Bahkan, dia bersedia gajinya dipotong 50%.

Dengan alasan regulasi keuangan La Liga, Barcelona akhirnya membiarkan Messi pergi setelah 21 tahun di Katalunya. Kepergian itu ditangisi suporter El Barca di seluruh dunia. Sebaliknya, euforia melanda para penggemar PSG, yang menyerbu bandara, stadion, hingga hotel tempat keluarga Messi menginap.

Selain menyisakan kepedihan, kepergian Messi dari Camp Nou juga memunculkan hal kurang etis terkait uang. Manajemen Barcelona diketahui masih memiliki utang bonus kepada Messi. Jumlahnya, 39 juta euro (Rp658,5 miliar).

Uang apakah itu? Berdasarkan kontrak terakhir yang ditandatangani Messi dengan Barcelona pada 2017, terdapat sebuah klausul bonus loyalitas. Itu adalah pasal yang menyatakan bahwa Barcelona harus membayar Messi jika menyelesaikan kontraknya tanpa tergiur pindah ke klub lain. Berdasarkan hitungan tertentu, jumlahnya sekitar 72 juta euro (Rp1,2 triliun).

Berdasarkan perjanjian itu juga disebutkan uang sebesar itu harus dibayarkan dua kali, yaitu pada Juni 2020 dan Juni 2021, dan langsung ditransfer ke rekening Messi setelah dipotong pajak.

Sayang, situasi keuangan yang sulit membuat Barcelona tidak bisa menyanggupinya. Pada Februari 2021, Barcelona hanya bisa membayar 8,5 juta euro (Rp 143,5 miliar). Sisanya, belum dibayarkan. Hebatnya, La Pulga sama sekali tidak pernah mempermasalahkan klausul bonus loyalitas.

Hal ini berbeda dengan Neymar. Saat meninggalkan Barcelona pada 2017, megabintang Brasil itu juga mendapatkan situasi yang sama seperti Messi tahun ini. Ketika itu, Barcelona juga berutang kepada Neymar.

Bedanya, Neymar membawa kasus itu ke pengadilan. Setelah menjalani beberapa persidangan dan mediasi, kedua bela pihak mengambil jalan damai. Barcelona tetap diharuskan membayar bonus loyalitas itu dengan jumlah yang sudah direvisi plus diberikan dalam beberapa termin sesuai kondisi keuangan klub.

Uniknya, kini Messi mengikuti jejak Neymar pindah ke PSG dan meninggalkan masalah yang sama. La Pulga juga mengakui bahwa ada peran Neymar dibalik kepindahan dirinya ke Parc des Princes. “Neymar berperan penting dalam kedatangan saya,” ucap Messi di situs resmi PSG saat konferensi pers.

Messi dan Neymar sama-sama sempat merajai Eropa, dengan mempersembahkan dua titel La Liga dan sekali Liga Champions. Saat itu, kolaborasi mereka bersama Luis Suarez dikenal sebagai MSN.

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HM the King Expresses Morocco’s Readiness to Help Algeria Combat Forest Fires

Rabat –Berandankrinews.com. His Majesty King Mohammed VI has given His High Instructions to the Ministers of Interior and Foreign Affairs to express to their Algerian counterparts the readiness of the Kingdom of Morocco to help Algeria combat the forest fires that are ravaging several regions of the country, according to a statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Abroad.

On the orders of His Majesty the King, two Canadairs were mobilized to take part in this operation, upon agreement with the Algerian authorities, the same source said.

Diplomasi Visi Masa Depan Raja Maroko Dinilai Berhasil, Negara-Negara Afrika Buka Konsulat di Sahara

Laayoune – berandankrinews.com. Pembukaan perwakilan diplomatik beberapa negara Afrika di provinsi selatan Maroko adalah hasil dari diplomasi dan pencerahan yang merupakan visi Raja HM Mohammed VI. Demikian Menteri Luar Negeri, Kerjasama Afrika dan Maroko, Nasser Bourita, Kamis, 29 Juli 2021.

Studi yang sungguh-sungguh tentang strategi Afrika ini didasarkan pada program Kerajaan Maroko yang membuka pintu lebar-lebar ke semua wilayah di benua itu. Juga didorong oleh keinginan Maroko menjadikan wilayah-wilayah provinsi di bagian selatan negara ini menjadi penghubung antara Maroko dan negara-negara Afrika. Hal tersebut diungkapkan Bourita pada konferensi pers bersama dengan rekannya dari Malawi, Eisenhower Nduwa Mkaka, di akhir acara peresmian Konsulat Jenderal Negara Malawi di Laayoune.

“Kebijakan Kerajaan Maroko yang baru, yang fondasinya diletakkan oleh Raja Yang Berdaulat, ini berdampak sangat positif terhadap perkembangan masalah integritas wilayah Kerajaan Maroko,” kata Menteri Bourita.

Bourita menekankan bahwa 1/3 dari konsulat yang dibuka sejauh ini di Laayoune dan Dakhla adalah milik negara-negara Afrika yang mewakili semua wilayah benua, yakni Afrika Barat, Afrika Timur dan Afrika Selatan. Ia menambahkan pula bahwa beberapa negara lain di benua itu telah menyatakan keinginan mereka untuk meresmikan Konsulat Jenderalnya di provinsi bagian selatan Negeri Matahari Terbenam itu.

Bourita menyampaikan bahwa hingga saat ini sudah lima negara Komunitas Pembangunan Afrika Selatan (SADC) telah memiliki perwakilan diplomatik di Sahara Maroko, yakni DRC, Zambia, Eswatini, Kepulauan Komoro, dan Malawi.

Bourita mencatat bahwa pembukaan Konsulat Malawi di Laayoune adalah bagian dari dinamika baru hubungan bilateral, setelah keputusan negara ini untuk menarik diri memberikan pengakuan kepada kelompok yang disebut ‘SADR’ (Saharan Arab Democratic Republic) di tahun 2017, dan keinginan kedua negara untuk lebih lanjut mengembangkan kerjasama mereka.

Sejak saat itu, lanjut Bourita menggarisbawahi, hubungan kedua negara telah mengalami perkembangan yang berkelanjutan di bidang politik dan ekonomi dan dalam hal berbagi pengalaman di beberapa bidang, mengingat keputusan Maroko dan Malawi untuk segera mengadakan komisi bersama bilateral dan membuka representasi di Rabat dan Lilongwe.

Menteri Bourita mengakhiri penjelasannya dengan menyampaikan harapan bahwa pembukaan Konsulat Malawi di Laayoune akan lebih mengembangkan hubungan ekonomi dan pertukaran manusia antara kedua negara dan kedua bangsa. (PERSISMA/Red)

HM the King Delivers a Speech to the Nation on Throne Day

Fez, Morocco -Berandankrinews.com. HM King Mohammed VI on Saturday delivered a speech to the Nation on the occasion of the 22nd anniversary of the Sovereign’s accession to the throne of his glorious ancestors. Here follows the full text of the royal speech:

“Praise be to God, May peace and blessings be upon the Prophet, His Kith and Kin

Dear Citizens,

The twenty-second anniversary of my enthronement, which we are proudly celebrating today, is more than just a commemoration of my accession to throne.

This celebration illustrates the bonds of the sacred Bei’a, or pledge of allegiance, as well as the solid cohesion that has always existed between the Sultans and Kings of Morocco and the Moroccan people, regardless of the circumstances.

Morocco is a State steeped in history – a united nation with roots deeply anchored in its past.

Our country draws its strength from its national unity and from the unanimous stance of all its components on the nation’s sacred values.

The strength of the Moroccan nation also stems from its institutions, from the energy and skills of its citizens, and from the Moroccan people’s work and endeavours to achieve the country’s development and progress, and to defend its unity and stability.

It is precisely this ever-vibrant human and cultural capital that has enabled our country to rise to challenges and to overcome difficulties and hardships throughout its long history, ancient as well as modern.

Dear Citizens,

I should like, first of all, to reiterate my thanks to the entire staff working in the health sector – in the public, private and military sectors – and to the security forces and public authorities for the dedication and keen spirit of responsibility they have shown in confronting the Covid-19 pandemic.

This has been a difficult situation for all of us, for me and my family, as for all citizens. Indeed, when I see Moroccans suffer, I, too, feel their pain and experience the same feelings.

Although the epidemic has adversely impacted the country’s economic projects and activities and has affected the material and social conditions of many citizens, I have sought to come up with solutions to reduce the effects of the crisis.

As soon as the epidemic started, I took the initiative of setting up a special fund to mitigate the effects of the crisis – an initiative which was spontaneously embraced by the citizens.

I also launched an ambitious plan to boost the economy by providing support to the small and medium-sized enterprises affected by the crisis, and to preserve jobs as well as the purchasing power of households through direct material assistance.

I also created the Mohammed VI Investment Fund to promote productive activities, and also to accompany and finance various investment projects.

Dear Citizens,

We have every right, today, to celebrate Morocco’s achievements in the “battle for vaccines” – which is far from being an easy one – as well as the successful roll-out of the national vaccination campaign and the citizens’ massive engagement in it.

Since I believe medical autonomy to be a key element in the accomplishment of the country’s strategic security, I have launched a pilot project for the manufacturing, in Morocco, of vaccines, medicines and the necessary medical materials.

Still, we must keep in mind that the epidemic is not over yet, and that the crisis is continuing. Everyone should continue to be vigilant and comply with the instructions issued by the public authorities in this regard.

Dear Citizens,

Thanks to a collective national endeavour, there are positive indicators which show that our economy is on its way to a full recovery.

By the grace of the Almighty, the situation has been further improved by the good crop year with which God has blessed us. The agricultural output will promote a sense of contentment and tranquillity among the citizens.

This development comes in a promising context, now that the Special Commission for the Development Model has submitted its proposals. The latter will make it possible to embark on a new phase, the aim being to accelerate the country’s economic take-off and shore up the social project we want for our country.

The Commission’s work was a patriotic, constructive and commendable effort. Participating in it were the nation’s driving forces, including political parties, economic and social stakeholders, trade unions, civil society organizations and a number of citizens.

As was the case with the preparation of the development model, I consider its implementation to be a national duty that requires the participation of all stakeholders, especially those that will be in charge of government and public policy in the years to come.

I hope the “National Pact for Development” will serve as a frame of reference that includes development principles and priorities as well as an economic and social contract that paves the way for a new revolution of the King and the people.

As the custodian of the nation’s interests and of those of the citizens, I shall make sure to follow up the actual implementation of the development model through the necessary measures and mechanisms.

Dear Citizens,

In addition to the development initiatives launched at the domestic level, Morocco is keen to keep up its earnest efforts to promote security and stability at the African and the Euro-Mediterranean levels, and especially in the neighbouring Maghreb region.

In keeping with that policy, I reiterate my sincere call to our brothers in Algeria for us to work together, without conditions, for the development of bilateral relations based on trust, dialogue and good neighbourliness.

I am not satisfied with the current state of our relations, for it does not serve our peoples’ interests, nor is it acceptable to a great many countries.

It is my firm belief that an open border between two neighbouring countries and two brotherly peoples is the norm.

The closing of borders is incompatible with a natural right and an intrinsic legal principle, both of which are enshrined in international covenants, including the Marrakech Treaty, which is the founding text of the Arab Maghreb Union. That Treaty stipulates the free movement of persons, goods, services and capital between the States of the Union.

Since 2008, I have been saying this frankly, stressing it many times and on various occasions.

This is because neither the current Algerian president, nor even his predecessor, nor I, are responsible for the decision made to close the border.

However, we are politically and morally responsible for its continuation – we are responsible before God, before history and before our citizens.

There is no sensible justification for the current situation, the more so as the reasons that led to the closing of the border apply no more. This means there is no reasonable justification for the closure.

I do not wish to blame or lecture anyone. In fact, we are brothers, who have been separated by an intruding entity, which should not be allowed to come between us.

As for what some say, namely that opening the borders will only bring evil and problems to Algeria or to Morocco, this is simply not true. No one can believe such claims, especially in this age of communication and modern technology.

The closing of the border does not stop communication between the two peoples; rather, it only contributes to the closure of minds, which are swayed by the false stories spread by some media outlets, namely that Moroccans are afflicted by poverty and that they live on smuggling and drugs.

In fact, anyone can check for himself or herself that these allegations are simply not true. There is an Algerian community living in our country, and Algerians from Europe and also from inside Algeria who visit Morocco, who can vouch for this.

To our brothers in Algeria, I say this: Morocco will never cause you any evil or problems. Nor will my country put you in peril or under threat. That is because what affects you affects us, and what befalls you harms us.

Therefore, I believe that the security and stability of Algeria and the tranquillity of its people are inseparable from the security and stability of Morocco, and vice versa: what affects Morocco will also affect Algeria, for the two countries are like one and the same body.

This is because Morocco and Algeria are both suffering from the problems of migration, smuggling, drugs and human trafficking.

It is the gangs which engage in such activities that are our real, common enemy. Should we work together to combat them, we would surely manage to reduce their activities and dry up their sources.

On the other hand, I regret the media and diplomatic tensions currently characterizing relations between Morocco and Algeria; not only are they detrimental to the image of both countries, but they also create a negative impression, especially in international forums.

I therefore call for making the logic of wisdom and of our supreme interests prevail in order to remedy this regrettable situation. This is a situation in which the energies of our two countries are being squandered and which is incompatible with the bonds of affection and fraternity between our peoples.
Morocco and Algeria are more than just two neighbouring countries: they are twins, complementing one another.

For this reason, I call upon His Excellency the Algerian President for us to work together, as soon as he sees fit, so as to promote the fraternal relations built by our peoples through years of common struggle.

Dear Citizens,

I should like to take the opportunity of this glorious event to pay tribute to our Royal Armed Forces, the Royal Gendarmerie, the National Security Forces, the Auxiliary Forces and the Emergency Services for their dedication, and for their constant mobilization, under my leadership, to uphold the unity and sovereignty of the nation and preserve its security and stability.

With deep reverence, I also wish to honour the memory of our venerable ancestors for their sacrifices, particularly my revered grandfather and father, their late Majesties King Mohammed V and King Hassan II – may they rest in peace – as well as the memory of the nation’s valiant martyrs.
God Almighty says: “If God finds any good in your hearts, He will give you something better”. True is the Word of God.

Wassalamu alaikum warahmatullah wabarakatuh.” (PERSISMA/Red)