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如果您正在开车,后面有交警为“超级大人物”的座驾开路,您让不让路? 如果不让?后果会怎样?很多人都想知道!
网民Fadzil Khairi在网上分享他的亲身经历: 我正在赶往Sri Petaling去上一堂课的路上。突然从后面冒出几个骑着超大型摩托的交警,并示意所有的车让路给尾随而来的“超级大人物”座驾。 我装傻装到底假装没看到交警的指示,那辆“超级大人物”的大车唯有驶入我右边的通道。我看了看车牌,好像是纳吉的官车。
让我感到兴奋的是,我以为只有我一人不让路,哈,我前面的车主也统统装傻不理睬交警的指示,那个交警似乎也感到错愕奇怪这些车子竟然不肯让路给“超级大人物“。 太棒了,大马人民,你们可是在争取自己的权利。我们并没有生气在执行任务的警察,我们只是提醒那些爽爽就信口开河给些傻B建议的部长 应该以身作则: “如果不要给过路费和避免堵车,就要早早起身出门!” 所以,如果尊贵的部长不想遇到堵车的囧境,就要大清早爬起来或迟下班。要不然就乘搭公交车,如果真的是体恤人民。 哎呀,可惜忘了录下交警的摸样和纳吉那辆“好像失了方向感”的座驾,这可是难得一见的奇景啊!
Fadzil Khairi的“奇遇”在网络疯传,网民都一边倒的赞和支持! 有不少网民也说以后都要“效仿“Fadzil Khairi那样做!
有网民甚至呼吁“发起不让路给VVIP”的运动!让这些所谓的大人物也尝尝”堵车的滋味“,要不然就以身作则, 像他们自己建议的那样:”早早起身或迟迟下班!“ 然后也有网民问到:“如果我这样做,会中三万吗?如果不会,我很乐意参与!
针对这个提问,海峡时报请教了法律专家拿督嘉哈贝丁的意见。根据他的回答:“尽管没有法律约束,但有些情况必须以个案来审查。“ “我们必须看情况而定,若VIP是要前往一个官方会议,那么不予让路就等于妨碍VIP的工作,因此司机可以被强制要求让路。” “但是倘若VIP是为了私人事务,那么司机可以不遵从指示,不用让路给他们。” 此外,询及警方会否对发帖人Fadzil Khairi采取法律行动,吉隆坡交警主任纳兹里助理总监不愿作出回应,只称将在了解情况后,才会评论此事。
'Do Malaysians have to make way for VIP motorcades?' KUALA LUMPUR: Do you really have to give way when a VIP motorcade is coming through? This was the subject being hotly debated by Malaysians today after a road user, whose posting about him not giving way to a VIP’s convoy, went viral on social media. Legal expert Datuk Jahaberdeen Mohamad Yunos opines that there is no such law stating that motorist are obliged to give way when VIPs pass by on the road. However, he said the situation has to be examined on a case by case basis. “We have to look at the situation in order for action to be taken. If the VIP concerned is going for an official meeting and the stationary motorist is preventing him from conducting his job, then yes, he (the motorist) can be forcibly asked to move” he said. “But if the VIP is using the road in his personal capacity, then the motorist is not obliged to move and give way to him,” said Jahabardeen. The lawyer’s comment followed a Facebook posting by user Fadzil Khairi, who related an incident that occurred while he was on his way to Sri Petaling recently. In his posting, Fadzil had claimed that while on the road, several police outriders were instructing motorists to give way to a car which was ferrying a VVIP. Fadzil said he had refused to give way, and that his action was emulated by the car in front. He had “congratulated” Malaysians for fighting for their rights. He had also stressed that he wasn’t angry with the police for doing their jobs, but was only asking ministers to “practice what they preach”, as in to leave earlier to avoid traffic congestions and use non-tolled roads. Asked on whether any action would be taken against the motorist over his posting, KL traffic chief Asst Comm Mohd Nadzri Hussain declined comment. He said he would have to verify the situation first before commenting on the issue.
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