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Monday, May 25, 2015


Home Minister Datuk Seri Zahid has told the House that the police are fully prepared and able to deal with militants.  IS is active.


University Hospitak KL facing difficulties

The annual allocation for UHKL is over RM500 million to treat over RM1.4 million patients. This year, the Government has reduced it by RM120 million. UHKL has finished using the money. Overtime work has stopped. The wsiting list time is longer. Because the economy is uncertain, there are more patients. Wellbeing is a teras of RMK-11.


Friday, May 22, 2015

11MP: 80 new schools

11MP proposes to build 80 new schools in the next 5 years. Education Minister must ensure that all projects are implemented in a world class manner.


11MP allocations

11MP has RM260 billion allocations to complete 6 thrusts, making Malaysia a truly advanced nation. All regulations, surveillance and implementation must be really advanced.

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11MP and wellbeing

11MP is to make Malaysia a truly advanced nation with wellbeing for all people. For example, there will be 6 new hospitals in the next 5 years. This must be implemented properly such as true open tender. Under 10MP, Shah Alam Hospital project was problematic.


Thursday, May 21, 2015

The 11th Malaysia Plan

Today, Prime Minister presents 11MP in parliament to make Malaysia world class. What elixirs does the plan contain?


Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Revenue from GST

Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Ahmad Mazlan has told the House that from 1April, 2015 to 31 December, 2015 the total revenue from GST is estimated as RM23.2 billion, without considering GST-free goods. The Government should use revenue with transparency and responsibility.


Prepaid handphone cards:

Multimedia Minister Datuk Seri Shabery has told the House that topups of cards only include GST when using the service. There are five methods and many agents. We hope that the methods and the agents are fair and the service is good.


Tuesday, May 19, 2015


Malaysian police are experienced in dealing with terrorists. International cooperation especially exchange of information is important. The police  have detained 107 IS suspects. Will IS cause havoc in Malaysia? We need effective methods such as the early screening of tourists entering this country at the country of origin.


Private Agencies Act and security companies

Private security is an industry. For many years, we have brought up the matter in parliament. The answers from the Malaysian Home Ministry have always been that security companies are under the Private Agencies Act, there is training and security workers are from Nepal. The powers of police are not given to these companies.
     Yesterday two brothers working as security guards at a primary school in Kuaka Lumpur kept a gun in their post; three men were arrested for illegal possession of firearms.
     Residential areas that do not engage a security company often have break-ins, robbery and snatch thievings. Residents suspect that police allow these to happen so that they have to employ a security company. The Government must investigate and find out what actually happens.


Monday, May 18, 2015

Members of Parliament (MP)

MPs for Permatang Pauh and Rompin have been sworn in Dewan Rakyat. The former, YB Wan Azizah, is Opposition Leader. Let them do their duties.


Sunday, May 17, 2015


After the big floods in 2014, Malaysians are watching out for those concerned to reforest. They wait. Ecuador had broken the Guinness record on reforestation: 44883 persons planted hundreds of varieties of trees on a total of 2000 hectares of land.


Teachers, classes and the number of pupils per class

Education Minister must respect 420000 Malaysian teachers such as by handling the problem of the number of classes taken by each teacher and the number of pupils per class.


Malaysian economy strong?

Prime Minister says the position of Malaysian economy ( fiscal ) is strong and sustainable. Business is not bright and people are facing difficulty.