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Integrity officers will be stationed at all levels of administration, says Paul Low
The legality of land acquisition for the Kidex highway is doubtful because the traffic and environmental impact studies reports have not been submitted to the state government, says group.
Ban on soup kitchens does not affect NGOs which have their own premises.
Kechara Soup Kitchen says it has no choice but to comply as they are close working 'partners' with government departments.
NGO's slam the minister for wanting to close and criminalise soup kitchens and the destitute.
It needs 'another week or two' to submit the finalised TIA to MBPJ
MCA Youth division is challenged to prove their claim that PJ residents are being fooled by their elected representatives.
State assemblymen and MBPJ councillors have not been informed of the meeting on Kidex which Selangor Menteri Besar Khalid Ibrahim had mentioned.
The number of complaints received in 2013 dropped compared to the previous year says National Consumer Complaints Centre.
There is a vast difference in cultures between Malaysia and Japan and the government is off track in using incinerators in this country, says Kuala Lumpur Tak Nak Insinerator.
He says Khalid is behaving too much like a BN leader.
It is up to the Malaysian Highway Authority whether reports are made public and the Selangor state government must pressure them to do so.
Selangor Speaker reprimands state assembly representatives for not doing their 'homework' before putting forward issues for debate and for wasting her time.
If the El-Nino comes next year, Selangor is prepared as they have started work on other sources of water.
Kidex Sdn Bhd has kept all interested parties in the dark for far too long, claims a state representative.
The weather phenomenon will last three to six months in 2015.
Selangor has done detailed preparation to meet the dry days ahead.
Mentri Besar Khalid Ibrahim wants to know why the project was approved in the first place.
He worries that the public will see the opposition alliance as being no different from BN.
Say No to Kidex and Say No to Dash are likely to join forces.
The original RM2.4 billion tag on the proposed highway did not take into account the cost of acquiring the land mostly in the urban areas, claims an assemblywoman.
A city councillor disputes CEO Mohd Nor's claim that relevant documents have been submitted.
She has filed a Freedom of Information Enactment 2011 application in a bid to get more information on the Kidex highway project.
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