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Thursday, November 27, 2014

White Paper on IS extremism

The House debated the White Paper on IS extremism. It explains the deviation from Islam and the barbarism of these extremists in Iraq and Syria. Malaysians support measures to prevent any form of extremism. These measures must not be abused.

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

جنايه سيبر: ڤارا ڤغگونا اينترنيت برهاتي-هاتي.ڤنجنايه سنتياس مغنچم

ڤنجنايه ماهير مپرغ ڤلباگاي بيدغ&ستياڤ تاهون دنيا روگي بربيليون دولر. ڤد  2013 مليسيا هيلغ RM1 بيليون.

Beware of cyber-crimes

Cyber criminals are sophisticated. They attack various fields in the world, stealing multibillion dollars. In 2013, Malaysia lost over RM1 billion and handled 10,636 cases. Netizens must beware.

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

The quality of Malaysian teachers

I spoke in parliament on 807,000 guru di Malaysia. Many of them are dedicated. The Education Ministry must raise the quality of all teachers.

Do not abuse stringent laws

Home Minister Datuk Seri Zahid says the Government is no hooligan. Stringent laws are to strengthen the nation. The people hope that the Government does not abuse these laws.

Monday, November 24, 2014

How does the Ministry protect Malaysians sportspersons from 'doping'?

The ministry must explain how it protects sportspersons from allegations of doping. What are the preventive measures to ensure that there is no positive urine or blood test in any sportspersons?

EPL Football: Manchester United 2:1 Arsenal.

Manchester United showed its capability. Arsenal did badly. MU is 4th in the premier league. Its manager Louis van Gaal has said that despite the turbulence, the club may still be in the top four of the league.

EPL Football: Crystal Palace 3 : 1 Liverpool

Liverpool is out of form. Its manager is thinking hard to get good results.

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Children with developmental problems and disabilities

10% children have developmental problems and 1% disabilities. The Government must consider how to handle these problems such as having competent specialists.

Obesity is getting worse in Malaysia

Mckinsey Global Institute says that more than 2.1 billion people globally--or nearly 30% of the world's population--are now overweight or obese. Obesity is blamed for 5% of all deaths.
     Obesity costs US$2 tril (RM6.7 tril) in healthcare and lost productivity.
     English medical journal,Lancet, indicates that out of 30 million Malaysian population, 45.3% are obese. The situation is getting worse.

Friday, November 21, 2014

RON95 subsidy:The Government must explain the new measures.

Media reports petrol RON95 subsidy will end on 1 December, 2014. This type of subsidy is complicated. The Government must reveal new measures to deal with it, assisting those who need help and preventing abuses.

Stimulate prospective fathrrs with electric current to simulate the pain of childbirth

Media reports a hospital in China stimulates the stomach of prospective fathers with mild electric current to simulate the pain of childbirth. This is not as bad as that in real thing. Many men queue up to have the experience.

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Malaysia has 20 million Internet users: improve Internet quality and penetration rate

Malaysia has 20 million Internet users compared with over 600 million in China. The Internet conference in Wuzhen, China, attracts many prominent people. Malaysia should improve the Internet quality and penetration. The control must be reasonable.

Kepong Taman Beringin incinerator project: ministerial promise

Today,I reminded the Minister Datuk Abdul Rahman his promise on the Beringin incinerator project including separation of rubbish, open tender, latest technology and value for money.

Proton Saga: Rm1.7 billion for R&D: still waiting for good performance.

The Economic Council approves once more a grant of RM1.7 billion for Proton research and development such as advanced integration technology. We are still waiting for good performance. We see that Indonesia and Thailand have their own automobile industry.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Prime Minister's Question Time in Malaysia?

Some members including Datuk Seri Anwar asks Datuk Sri Najib whether Malaysian parliament can have Prime Minister's Question Time.The answer is no. The English parliament has.

Compensate 20 highway concessionaires RM558.69 million to defer tool hike

Deputy Works Minister Datuk Rosnah confirms in the House that the Government pays RM558.69million to 20 highway concessionaires to defer the increase in toll rate. (The allocation is RM458.69 million and the supplementary allocation will be RM100 million.) The implementation of GST and the less bright economic situation next year are factors.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Better and more efficient public transport?

The Chairman of Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) Tan Sri Syed Hamid wants better and more efficient public transport to achieve the model share of 40% by 2030. Now, it is 20%.. All concerned especially SPAD must make greater efforts to improve public transport such as commuter, Rapid KL, LRT and MRT.

Can MAS become a true business company?

Khazanah pays RM1.5 billion to buy out the remaining shares of MAS. The Government adds RM6 billion to save the company once more. MAS embarasses. Will it be a company doing true business?

Monday, November 17, 2014

An estimated 35.8 million people enslaved in the world

An estimate shows that 35.8 million people are enslaved in the world in various fields such as plantations, houses and centres of prostitution. All concerned especially governments must take effective actions.

Programme to plant 1 million trees in Cameron Highlands?

Environment Minister Datuk Seri Palanivel has a programme to plant 1 million trees in Cameron Highlands within 3 years. We want genuine action and effective monitoring.

Documents on the record of birth to stateless children

The Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib wants to give documents on record of birth, not birth certificates, to stateless children in Malaysia. We do not know their number.They are here and the social problems are complicated.

MH17 crash: wreckage begins to be sent to Netherlands

The Dutch team begins to discover and to send the wreckage to the Netherlands. From the damaged parts, it may find evidence of the cause of the disaster.

Sunday, November 16, 2014

425 students from a defunct medical college go to 6 private colleges?

Media reports 425 students from the shutdown of a college in Penang will go to 6 private colleges with 1 teacher to 8 students. The ideal ratio is less than 1:4.

Saturday, November 15, 2014

Effective measures against extremism

Datuk Seri Hisham says a white paper on IS militants will be presented in parliament soon. We want effective measures against any form of extremism.

Illegal immigrants in Sabah: Royal Commission of Inquiry.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib agrees to announce the report on the Royal Commission of Inquiry on illegal immigrants. We want to know the truth about the immigrant policy that brings about changes in society.

G20 (countries) Summit: Peace?

The summit in Brisbane, Australia, representing 75% of the world population, includes the US, Russia, China and the EU. we hope it will create world peace.

World Diabetes Day: healthy food and exercise

World Diabetes Day encourages patients and those at risk such as overweight persons or those with a family history of the disease to take healthy food and exercise.

Friday, November 14, 2014

MH370 mystery and MH17 crash: Continued search

We have to look after the families of the victims of the two disasters. Countries such as Australia, Malaysia and Netherlands have made great efforts, regardless of expenses. For example, Malaysia has spent RM33 million, involving 3700 civil servants, to continue to search for the MH370 aircraft and the crash site of MH17.

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Effective measures to deal with the foreign workers issue

Home Minister Datuk Seri Zahid says the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib has directed the setting up of a body or commission to deal with the issue of foreign labour. We need effective measures to overcome such a serious issue.

Millions of foreign workers will vhange Malaysian society

Although Malaysian Government confirms only two million foreign workers, the actual number may be 8 million. They do work in which local workers are not interested. They contribute to productivity, economic income and social changes.

Women realise potential?

Besides women reaching 55% Malaysian workforce, the Government must put in efforts for women to achieve their potential, as it has done for men in various fields.

Better environment for women to work?

Women,Family and Community Development Deputy Minister Datuk Azizah tells the House about the objective of achieving 55% Malaysian workers being women, such as allocating RM10 million for nurseries. Lets hope that the environment for women to work will be better.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Buy RM3 billion medicines for public hospitals and clinics

The Malaysian Government spends RM3 billion a year to nuy medicines for public hospitals and clinics. We must make sure the quality of these medicines and there is no wastage.

International schools have high standard, benefiting the country?

Deputy Education Minister Datuk Yap tells the House that there are 125 international shools in Malaysia. 21 of them are being built. We must make sure that they have high standard and they are good for the country.

Genuine reform to prevent corruption and wastage

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib wants big and brave changes for economic reform. We need genuine reform to prevent corruption and wastage.

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

MH17 crash: Dutch memorial

Yesterday, Netherlands held a memorial for 298 victims. We want those who shot down the aircraft charged in international court.

Monday, November 10, 2014

National Ethics Bureau (BTN), national unity and harmony

The Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib encourages the  youth to believe in national unity and harmony.

Transparency and accountability of ministries

Today, the third series of the Attorney General's report is presented to parliament. It shows that in 2012, the performance of 22 ministries was good and, in 2013, 23 ministries. We read the report to know the transparentcy & accountability of ministries and departments.



Sunday, November 09, 2014

Don't abuse anti-extremism act

Malaysia needs an effective act to prevent extremism. Don't abuse this type of act. Wanita Umno wants to collect 1 million signatures to keep the Sedition Act. But, Datuk Seri Najib promises to repeal it.

Saturday, November 08, 2014

Good headmasters

Education Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin wants good teachers. Over10,000 headmasters hope that he helps them with giving meaningful directions, reduction of the number of meetings and ways to improve their work.

An partial court

Datuk Seri Anwar's case: The world would like to see an impartial court.

Friday, November 07, 2014

Cameron highlands landslide disaster will not recur?

Minister Datuk Seri Shahidan says that the Special Cabinet Committee will meet on 10 November, 2014 to discuss the landslide in Cameron Highlands. What are the causes? Lets hope that such a disaster will not recur.

MAS Baru and survival in modern world

On 1 July, 2015, MAS Baru will appear. Khazanah gives Rm 6 billion again. MAS Baru faces various problems including the appointment of good CEO and fair treatment for employees. The traditional airline wants to survive in the modern world.

Wednesday, November 05, 2014

Budget Malaysia 2015: Economic growth 5-6%?

Economic growth is estimated to be 5-6%. The economic situation in US, EU, China, India and Japan is not bright. Can the country achieve 5+% GDP growth?

An efficient system to overcome bad websites

Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) Datuk Mohamad Sharil Tarmizi talks about a module teaching children Internet security as part of the co-curriculum in schools.
     We have18.6 million Internet users, and 37% of them are below 24 years. We face good and bad websites.
     We need an efficient system to overcome bad things such as cyber-crimes, malicious websites and other online threats and gambling activities. So far MCMC has blocked more than 700 harmful websites.

Tuesday, November 04, 2014

كسلامتن اينترنيت:منچگه جنايه،راچون ڤنيڤوان دان انچامن.

مليسيا اد 18.5 جوتا ڤغگون اينترنيت. مريك تردده كڤد لامن يغ باءيك دان بوروق. MCMC هالغ 700 لامن دان هندف مغاداكن كوردوس كسلامتن اينترنيت دسكوله. ڤارا ڤغگون ماهو كسلامتن دري جنايه، راچون، ڤنيڤوان دان جودي.

Monday, November 03, 2014

CCTV and 526 strong rooms for SPM papers

Education Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin says the Government has installed CCTV at 526 strong rooms which store SPM papers. We hope that there is no leakage. Otherwise it will affect 455,839 Form V students who take the examination.

Be fair and reasonable towards 804000 teachers in Malaysia

Malaysia has 620,000 teachers in primary schools and 184,000 in secondary schools. The Education Ministry must be fair and reasonable towards them such as in the system of promotions and sending to rural areas.

Be fair to 142,000 Malaysian teachers

The Government must be fair to 142,000 teachers in 10,000 primary and secondary schools, including deputy headmasters. Please select them with fairness for the professional education leaders programme NPQEL.

Saturday, November 01, 2014

Space tourism will take place

A space craft from Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo crashed at the Mojave desert, California. A pilot died and another seriously injured. Despite the setback, space tourism will take place.

SPM examination: No leakages or obstacles

Over 400,000 students sit for the Form V Examination. The Examinations Syndicate must endure that there is no leakage and no obstacles due to floods.

Islam: peace, harmony and betterment for Muslims and Non-Muslims.

The Prime Minister Datuk Sri Najib says that Islam is for peace, harmony and betterment for Muslims and Non-Muslims. We want to look at his efforts to avhieve these things.