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Monday, March 27, 2017

First lady Chief Executive of Hong Kong

Yesterday, Carrie Lam was chosen the first Chief Executive of Hong Kong. Beijing elites favours her. She wants to heal the divide. Ho do Hong Kong people think?

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Five-Year Strategic Plan

Datuk Seri Najib tells the House about the Five-Year Strategic Plan to practise the concept of wasatiyyah (moderation) in various aspects.

We hope that the universal concept of moderation will be implemented effectively.

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Thursday, March 23, 2017

Westminster Terror Attack

A day after Westminster terror attack, British parliament resumes its session,  commemorating the victims.

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46 Malaysian hospitals over 50 years old

The Deputy Health Minister tells the House that many hospitals in Malaysia need renovation such as 46 hospitals over 50 years old.  We need over RM300 million to do so in order to prevent such incidents as fire at Sultan Aminah Hospital, Johor Bahru.
   We hope that the ministry carry out renovation works effectively.
  

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Westminster terror attack

Westminster terror attack resulted in 5 persons killed and over 40 injured. Urgent investigation goes on. Condolences to the families of the victims.

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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Cyber crimes

Malaysian police show that in 2016, there were 11,186 cases of cyber crimes, incurring losses of about RM213 million, compared with 9,085 cases and nearly RM179 million in 2015.
   The people must be aware of these crimes. The police must step up efforts to prevent them.

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Banning of laptops on flights to America

The banning of laptops from some Islamic countries to America and probably UK causes concern.

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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Drug addicts and traffickers

Drug is an international problem. Datuk Nor Jaslan tells the House that there are 30,886 addicts in Malaysia in 2016. We do not know the number of traffickers. We hope that all programmes including Perangi Dadah Habis-habisan (PDH) continue to be carried out seriously.

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Google apology

Google apologizes as its advertisements contain elements of extremism such as Neo-Nazi. The stake is high.

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Trump's claim about Obama wiretap

FBI Director Comey and National Security Agency Director Rogers say there is no evidence of Obama wiretapping Trump. Neither was there evidence of British Intelligence involvement.

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Monday, March 20, 2017

Ringgit value goes down

Datuk Seri Najib tells the House that there are many factors causing Ringgit value to go down, the biggest being American interest rate and bonds held by non-residents (34%).
   We hope that there are effective measures to improve our economy, making the Ringgit more stable.

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Sunday, March 19, 2017

Human activity changes climate

Many believe that human activity changes climate. Trump doesn't. He reduces Environmental Protection Agency by 31%. Is he right?

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Saturday, March 18, 2017

Tillerson East Asia Tour

As North Korea continues to develop nuclear missiles,  US Secretary of State, Tillerson, visits South Korea, Japan and China, trying to stop it. We are concerned.

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Meeting between Trump and Merkel

The veteran German politician, Angela Merkel met the businessman, Trump, with unusual media conference. Angela has taken in hundreds of thousands of refugees. But, Trump is keeping them out. Controversy continues.

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