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Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Wisma Putra sahkan diplomat yang dituduh pecah rumah untuk merogol di New Zealand dari Malaysia..


Wisma Putra mengesahkan seorang diplomat Malaysia merupakan suspek kepada kes pencabulan seks di New Zealand, mengatakan beliau akan berdepan dengan perbicaraan jika diberikan jaminan keadilan. 

Menteri Luar Datuk Seri Anifah Aman memberitahu The Star semalam, tertuduh adalah diplomat Malaysia dan beliau sudah dihantar pulang.

Menurut Associated Press, polis menahan diplomat itu pada 9 Mei dan mendakwanya atas tuduhan memecah rumah dan serangan dengan niat untuk merogol, kedua-duanya membawa hukuman penjara maksimum 10 tahun.

Bagaimanapun, lelaki itu mendapat imuniti diplomatik dan sudah meninggalkan negara itu.

Perdana Menteri New Zealand John Key mendedahkan semalam bahawa kerajaannya sudah menuntut imuniti diplomatik lelaki yang dituduh melakukan "pencabulan seks dengan niat merogol" di Wellington bulan lepas agar dibatalkan, tetapi ditolak.

Apabila ditanya tentang sebab mengapa diplomat tersebut dipanggil kembali, Anifah memberitahu The Star mungkin terdapat salah faham emel yang dihantar ke Wisma Putra oleh Kementerian Hal Ehwal Luar Negeri dan Perdagangan New Zealand.

Anifah yang akan mengadakan sidang media tentang isu tersebut pada hari ini berkata diplomat tersebut akan dikembalikan ke Wellington hanya jika dijanjikan perbicaraan yang adil dan nyawanya tidak terancam di sana.

New Zealand (NZ) mendedahkan bahawa ia sedang mengejar pemindahan diplomat tersebut yang dituduh 'memecah rumah dengan tujuan merogol' di Wellington bulan lepas.

Diplomat tersebut yang dalam linkungan 30-an ditahan kerana didakwa mengikuti wanita 21 tahun ke rumahnya kemudian mencabulnya.

Beliau juga didakwa dengan rompakan dalam insiden yang sama.

Bagaimanapun, beliau 'lari' daripada New Zealand dan pulang ke negaranya apabila menggunakan imuniti diplomatik selepas penahanannya pada 9 Mei.

Identiti serta kewarganegaraan diplomat tersebut masih belum didedahkan media di New Zealand selepas hakim di sana mengeluarkan arahan sekatan atas butir-butir dirinya.

Perdana Menteri NZ John Key memberitahu media pagi semalam bahawa pentadbiran beliau menuntut supaya imuniti diplomatik lelaki tersebut dibatalkan, namun ditolak.

"Adalah keutamaan bagi kami untuk orang ini bertanggungjawab di New Zealand, namun ini ditolak pihak negara lain," Keys dipetik dari media, menambah – beliau diberi jaminan diplomat tersebut akan bertanggungjawab dalam negaranya sendiri.

Sementara itu, Menteri Luar NZ Murray McCully hari ini memberi amaran sekiranya diplomat tersebut tidak didakwa di mahkamah, ia akan memburukkan perhubungan negara yang terlibat dengan New Zealand.

"Ia akan menjejaskan cara kita mengendalikan negara yang terlibat," kata McCulluy kepada akhbar harian New Zealand, The Dominion Post.

Beliau juga dipetik berkata pegawai daripada Kementerian Hal Ehwal Luar Negeri dan Perdagangan (MFAT) berkata dengan jelasnya New Zealand mahukan diplomat tersebut, yang kini sudah berada di negara asalnya ~ The Malaysian Insider

Sementara itu The Star OnLine melapurkan...
KUALA LUMPUR: A Malaysian diplomat who is said to have sexually assaulted a 21-year-old woman at her home in Wellington has been recalled, but New Zealand is demanding that he be sent back to face charges there. 
The incident has created a public outcry in New Zealand, with Prime Minister John Key saying his “preference” was for the diplomat, said to be in his 30s, to be tried under NZ law. 
The diplomat apparently followed the young woman back to her home in Brooklyn on the night of May 9 and is alleged to have assaulted her with the intent to rape. 
Some reports have also linked him to burglary. 
Each of the offences carries a maximum of 10 years in prison. 
A New Zealand judge has granted an order barring the man’s name and details from being revealed on the ground of diplomatic immunity, with government lawyers interpreting the order as including naming the diplomat’s home country. 
New Zealand’s courts sometimes suppress the details of those accused of sexual crimes in order to protect the identity of victims. The New Zealand media has so far complied with the order. 
Contacted by The Star yesterday, Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman confirmed that the accused was a Malaysian diplomat and that he had been recalled. 
Stressing that Wisma Putra was not “protecting” him, Anifah said he had asked that police investigations in New Zealand be allowed to continue in the interest of justice. 
“Just because he is a diplomat does not mean he gets off scot-free,” Anifah said. 
“Diplomatic immunity is not about having the licence to commit crime. 
“I have spoken to our High Commissioner (in New Zealand),” he added. 
Asked why the diplomat had been recalled, the minister said there could have been a misinterpretation of an email sent to Wisma Putra by the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. 
Anifah, who is scheduled to hold a press conference on the issue today, said the diplomat would be returned to Wellington only if he was assured of a fair trial and that his life was not in danger there ~ The Star

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