The government can start by bringing down maintenance cost, says Wong Chen.
The former prime minister throws cold water on Putrajaya's claim that it didn't realise it would cost so much to abolish tolls prior to promising to do so.
Lawyers for Liberty calls for a single omnibus bill to be tabled in Parliament to abolish all the laws PH promised to remove.
Ummah says the public must be consulted before any decision is taken to abolish the death penalty as the crime rate is high.
A bill to do away with the Sedition Act will be tabled in March, says the law minister.
He says this is to facilitate the transfer of foreign workers' protection from the Workers Compensation Act to Socso.
Education minister says this is being done in stages with amendments introduced initially.
Human rights groups said the survey is unlikely to be a prelude to Singapore softening its position on capital punishment.
Liew Vui Keong says measures to protect the monarchy will be made into a new law.
Professor Yeah Kim Leng says the reduction should not cost a spike in the national deficit nor burden the users, while a deputy minister says reductions may come in a year or two.
Imposing tolls within the city inconveniences the people and costs them too much time.
The former prime minister says Pakatan Harapan had indicated before the May 9 polls that this could be easily done.
Its president George Varughese says the pardons boards at federal and state levels must ensure 1,250 inmates on death row are also spared capital punishment.
Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Liew Vui Keong is optimistic the bill can be tabled by year end.
A finance ministry spokesman said the new "anti-abuse mechanism" would concern asset sales made up to two years after an individual leaves France.
Caning is a cruel and degrading form of punishment that strips an individual of dignity and self-respect, says George Varughese.
The deputy minister urges them to stop risking their health and end the hunger strike.
The key is for the new government to go through such agreements to look for inherent weaknesses and elements of profiteering.
Former deputy finance minister Ahmad Maslan says this is to enable the MPs to get a clearer picture of what the training module entails.
The former prime minister suggests Damansara MP Tony Pua be given the task to abolish tolls as he had claimed he could do it at a lower cost when BN was ruling the country.
Asheeq Ali Sethi Alivi is being investigated under the Communications and Multimedia Act and Sedition Act.
They want the Pakatan Harapan government to stick to its promise to abolish the body, not rebrand it.
Azis Jamman says abolishing Sosma involves many segments and all views will be considered to ensure authorities are protected in carrying out security duties.
Ex-minister Mustapa Mohamed hopes the PH government will not introduce new taxes to make up for the shortfall when reintroducing the sales and services tax.