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Let’s vote for parties in GE, not individuals, says Azalina

Let’s vote for parties in GE, not individuals, says Azalina

The public authority has been asked to think of an extreme change in the democratic framework in the following general political race, in any event, moving away from electors projecting polling forms for people. All things considered, Azalina Othman Said (BN-Pengerang) said, general races could see Malaysians deciding in favor …

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Shouts of ‘memalukan’ – and Rayer gets kicked out

Shouts of ‘memalukan’ – and Rayer gets kicked out

Yells of “memalukan” (dishonorable) repeated in the Dewan Rakyat today as resistance MPs hit out at Dewan Rakyat delegate speaker Rashid Hasnon over his choice to dismiss movements to supplant speaker Azhar Azizan Harun. The following dramatization over the matter likewise saw RSN Rayer (PH-Jelutong) being catapulted from the Dewan …

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Questions over ‘expiry date’ of motions

Questions over ‘expiry date’ of motions

Whether or not movements can terminate had the Dewan Rakyat making fun of speaker Azhar Azizan Harun, who said that except if mentioned to be conveyed forward, they can without a doubt slip by toward the finish of a meeting. This happened after Gobind Singh Deo (PH-Puchong) pushed the speaker …

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From 181 SOP rules to just 10 soon

From 181 SOP rules to just 10 soon

The public authority has declared that it will decrease the current number of rules under the Covid-19 counteraction SOP from 181 to only 10 in a long time. Senior priest for security Hishammuddin Hussein said the new arrangement of SOPs would be smoothed out with the goal that it would …

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33 illegal moneylenders land up in jail under Poca

33 illegal moneylenders land up in jail under Poca

33 unlawful moneylenders or Ah Long have been put under the Prevention of Crime Act (Poca) in Johor since January. Johor police boss Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay said the criminal examination division (CID) had completed 168 examinations concerning Ah Long exercises, including 123 instances of sprinkling paint and 45 instances …

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Japanese terrorism warning baseless, says Hishammuddin

Japanese terrorism warning baseless, says Hishammuddin

The Japanese government’s admonition of conceivable fear based oppressor acts in Southeast Asia has no premise, as indicated by senior clergyman for security Hishammuddin Hussein. “I’m mindful of it. Military insight has informed me, (the danger learned) in light of a media stage. The assessor general of police had likewise …

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15,669 Covid-19 cases, Selangor has most infections

15,669 Covid-19 cases, Selangor has most infections

The wellbeing service has detailed 15,669 Covid-19 cases in the beyond 24 hours, making it the fourth back to back day the quantity of new diseases has dropped. In a Twitter post, wellbeing chief general Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said the all out number of diseases presently remains at 2,011,440.This …

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Budget transparency will benefit the rakyat, says think tank

Budget transparency will benefit the rakyat, says think tank

The Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS) has called for more straightforwardness in the public spending plan, expressing that improving advise Malaysians concerning how open assets are being spent. “In the event that the public authority was more straightforward, for instance, by distributing a rundown of what the Budget …

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PM tells why Muhyiddin is leading recovery council

PM tells why Muhyiddin is leading recovery council

Previous head administrator Muhyiddin Yassin is driving the National Recovery Council since he has been leading it from the earliest starting point, the Dewan Rakyat was told today. Head administrator Ismail Sabri Yaakob said this in reacting to an inquiry from Saifuddin Nasution Ismail (PH-Kulim Bandar Bahru).He was one of …

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