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It serves as a road and rail link, as well as a water pipeline between the two countries. It is the busiest border crossing in the world, with , travellers daily, [1] [2] handled by immigration authorities of both countries at the Southern Integrated Gateway Malaysia and Woodlands Checkpoint Singapore. In the late 19th century, Singapore was transformed into a major international trading port [3] and was a steamship coaling station. Railways across the peninsula, and in Singapore from the ferry point to Tank Road in the south of Singapore completed the trade transport network within British Malaya. THer wagon-ferry could accommodate 6 wagons at a time [7] , while the passenger ferries had a capacity of about each [8]. As international trade demands grew, it was necessary to operate the ferry link round-the-clock in to bring the commodities from British Malaya into Singapore to be transshipped.

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Therefore Singapore must agree before anything demolition is done to the causeway. There has never been any agreement or treaty to say that the causeway is jointly owned. This must also be the border on the causeway. The northern half of the causeway therefore belong to Malaysia, a sovereign independent nation. What we do to the part of the causeway which is ours is our sovereign right.

Not to exercise our sovereign right is akin to not being independent. The bridge will join the elevated road to and from the CIQ Customs, Immigration and Quarantine complex leaving the traffic east and west to flow freely. Besides the traffic problem, the water in the straits is stagnant. If the causeway is opened up there would be constant flow of water in both direction, thus flushing out the water in the strait.

Without the causeway boats and yachts can sail in either direction. This would be good for the growth of both ports — something which perhaps Singapore would not like to see.

The free movements of boats along the strait would itself create business. The bridge which would be wider than the causeway would speed up the flow of traffic.

The CIQ was designed to handle this increasingly heavier traffic. As to why it was not built during my 22 years, the answer is that the need for a bridge became clear towards the end of my term. In any case I had approved it before I stepped down. The work was started during my time. Had Abdullah not stopped it, the bridge would have been almost complete by now.

Since Singapore would only agree to a straight bridge if one billion cubic metre of sand is sold to it; since the people of Johore are against selling sand and allowing Singapore fighter planes to practice over Johore, the option for the Malaysian Government is to revert to building the scenic bridge in our territorial waters.

This is the sovereign right of an independent nation. Instead Tun Abdullah decided not only not to build the bridge but to stop negotiating over all the other issues including the refusal of Singapore to release CPF Central Provident Fund contribution of Peninsular Malaysians, the railway land, the 3 sen per 1, gallons which Singapore pays for raw water Malacca pays 30 sen per 1, gallons.

We are the losers. I think it is a very stupid way of punishing Singapore. Or is it the intention to punish Johore people for not agreeing to sell sand somebody is bound to make a huge amount of money and rejecting the honour of having Singapore warplanes practicing aerial combat and bombing over Johore.

Saya siarkan dokumen berkenaan pembiayaan pembinaan Tambak Johor kerana ada Menteri di dalam pentadbiran Tun Abdullah yang mendakwa Tambak Johor milik bersama antara kita dan Singapura. Sebab itu Singapura harus bersetuju sebelum apa-apa tindakan meroboh dapat dilakukan terhadap tambak tersebut.

Tidak terdapat apa-apa persetujuan mahupun perjanjian yang mengatakan Tambak Johor milik bersama. Ini mestilah juga sempadan tambak. Dengan itu separuh tambak di bahagian utara adalah hak Malaysia, satu negara yang berdaulat dan merdeka. Cadangan yang mengatakan kita tidak boleh sentuh tambak tanpa kebenaran Singapura bukan merupakan sebahagian daripada apa-apa perjanjian dengan Singapura.

Apa yang kita buat pada bahagian tambak di sebelah kita adalah hak kita sebagai satu negara yang berdaulat. Tidak melaksanakan hak kedaulatan kita samalah dengan menganggap diri kita dijajah.

Kenapa kita perlu bina jambatan untuk gantikan tambak? Jalanraya di Johor Baru di mana lalu lintas dari dan ke arah tambak bertemu dengan lalu lintas menghala ke arah timur dan barat seringkali sesak. Di masa hadapan apabila lebih banyak kenderaan menggunakan jalan tersebut, kesesakan tentu akan bertambah buruk. Jambatan akan disambung ke jalan jejambat dari dan ke kompleks kastam, imigresen dan kuarantin CIQ , dan ini akan benarkan lalulintas dari timur ke barat untuk bergerak lancar.

Selain masalah trafik, laluan air di selat juga tidak mengalir. Jika tambak dibuka, air akan bebas mengalir di kedua-dua arah, dan akan membersihkan perairan di selat. Ketiadaan tambak juga akan benarkan bot dan kapal layar belayar pergi balik di kedua-dua arah. Pengangkutan barangan dan penumpang di antara pelabuhan Pasir Gudang dan pelabuhan Tanjung Pelepas juga akan dipermudahkan.

Ini akan bantu pertumbuhan kedua-dua pelabuhan — sesuatu yang mungkin Singapura tidak suka lihat. Laluan tanpa halangan bot-bot sepanjang selat juga akan mewujudkan peluang perniagaan. Jambatan akan lebih lebar daripada tambak dan akan mempercepatkan aliran lalulintas. Bangunan CIQ juga direkabentuk untuk menampung jumlah trafik yang lebih tinggi.

Saya ditanya kenapa ianya tidak dibina semasa 22 tahun pentadbiran saya, jawapannya ialah keperluan untuk jambatan hanya jadi lebih jelas di akhir jangka waktu pentadbiran saya. Walaubagaimanapun saya telah luluskan projek tersebut sebelum saya berundur. Kerja-kerja pembinaan juga bermula semasa saya masih lagi mentadbir. Jika Abdullah tidak berhentikan, jambatan sudah tentu akan hampir siap sekarang.

Oleh kerana Singapura hanya akan setuju untuk membina jambatan lurus jika satu bilion metre padu pasir dijual kepadanya; oleh kerana rakyat Johor membantah penjualan pasir dan kebenaran bagi pesawat pejuang Singapura berlatih di ruang udara Johor, pilihan yang ada bagi Kerajaan Malaysia hanyalah untuk kembali pada pembinaan jambatan bengkok indah di perairan wilayah kita.

Ini adalah hak sebuah negara berdaulat yang merdeka. Sebaliknya Abdullah putuskan untuk bukan sahaja tidak bina jambatan di perairan kita tetapi juga untuk berhenti berunding berkenaan semua perkara lain termasuk keengganan Singapura meluluskan dana CPF Central Provident Fund yang dicarum pekerja dari semenanjung Malaysia, tanah keretapi, harga air mentah 3 sen untuk 1, gelen yang dibayar Singapura Melaka bayar 30 sen untuk 1, gelen.

Kesemua isu ini memberi keuntungan pada Singapura dan dengan menghentikan rundingan untuk mendapatkan hak yang lebih baik dalam masalah tersebut kononnya kerana orang Johor menolak penjualan pasir yang rugi ialah kita.

Yang kalah adalah kita. Saya rasa ini satu cara bodoh untuk hukum Singapura. Ataupun adakah ianya satu hukuman bagi orang Johor kerana tidak setuju jual pasir ada orang yang akan buat banyak duit dan menolak cadangan supaya ruang udara Johor Baru dijadikan tempat pesawat pejuang Singapura berlatih berperang dan mengebom.

Is this government in a mess? Your inputs please. Tak dinafikan Pak Lah Orang yg baik. Tak perlu layan rundingan Singapura,yg mana nak sesuatu mesti berkait hal yg lain. Ciri ciri seorang penipu. Lu kasi satu gua kasi satu yg lain cerita lainlah. Seolah kita pula yg menuduk pada dia. Nak taknak,tak nak sua. Tak perlu pergi Makamah Dunia,tak perlu lawan, kita sudah ada jawapannya. Lainlah Iran mengadili perselisihan kita sama Singapura,tak mungkin Singapura nak.

Pembinaan Jabatan kita harus design untuk kepentingan kita, seperti juga mereka design undang undang yg mementingkan kehendak mereka daripada berlaku adil. Mungkin kita bolih pindahkan Tanjung Perlepas,dan Pasir Gudang ke bahagian Danga Bay,kalau locasinya bolih menampis perlabuhan dan memberi munafaat pada kita. Ah, perhaps I commented too soon on a previous blog entry.

Now that Tun have revealed that a passage would be open to transport goods from one port to the other, than this should be the primary reason for building the bridge. Tun, one thing puzzles me. Why did you not suggest that a canal be build so that large sea vessels can pass.

If the Panama and the Suez canal can be built why, not the Johor canal? That would be more reason to build a crooked bridge is it not? That will surely make Singapore strategically irrelevant would it not? An agreement is an agreement. Once made, it can not be broken. Even China had to abide by the lease of Hong Kong for an excruciating 99 years.

So, 3 cents per 1, gallons of water was agreed upon and 3 cents per 1, gallons it shall be until the end of the period stipulated in the agreement. But the thing is, is Johor still being paid 3 cents per 1, gallons? If the technical side have kept up with the times, how much is Johor being compensated for 1, liters? Considerably less because 1, liters or 1 cubic meter is only UK gallons. That would work out to be only 0. No doubt, Singapore is happy to continue paying this price.

But what is equally important is, if the measure of quantity have kept up with the times has, the commercial aspect of the agreement also kept up with the times? When was the agreement made? In what currency? How much is that today? Regardless whether such provision is mention in the agreement or not, inflation is inevitable and must be considered.

Hence, price must also be adjusted from time to time to maintain value. If the quantity of water is to be maintained as per agreement so, must the value of the price. Is this being done? If not then, Johor have been played for a fool. Johor is not interest in selling so much sand to Singapore. Perhaps Johorians are afraid that Singapore will expand its territory instead of building their portion of the bridge.

Do Johor war planes have the same right to exercise over Singapore air space? If not, why not? Tun, I think these are questions only Johor can answer themselves. In my humble opinion, they have not awaken. If they did, they would not have voted for BN in the last general elections.

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