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Nancy Shukri says the state government has to take over projects cancelled by Pakatan Harapan because they benefit the people.
However, he says the decision to restore equal status for Sabah and Sarawak signals the prime minister’s willingness for more discussions.
He says the state is developing 800ha of agropolitan area near Sri Aman, Lingga, following a request from Daim Zainuddin.
Laws enacted to regulate smoking are, in pith and substance, matters falling within Parliament’s purview under the federal list.
Shafie Apdal says certain matters need to be sorted out with the central government, such as conflicting powers belonging to state and federal authorities.
Kamarul Zaman Yusoff says the four Pakatan Harapan parties had agreed to return Anwar Ibrahim to federal government politics immediately after his pardon.
Prof Shad Saleem Faruqi says this is because neither group has the power to make legislative or executive decisions.
PKR's Gooi Hsiao Leung says Penang has been treated like a stepchild despite Penangites being among the country's top taxpayers.
Government should provide a list of guarantees and work out likelihood of each of them being invoked.
The PKR de facto leader says Dr Mahathir Mohamad has very challenging tasks on his hands and his job is to support the prime minister.
The PKR de facto leader says his meetings with the sultans were all made known to Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
Mohamed Khaled Nordin says the HSR project should not be politicised, and that it was meant to help develop the southern part of the country.
Ex-PM says federal government debt is RM686.8 billion, using universally accepted measures, and not RM1 trillion as claimed.
But Osman Sapian says priority will be given to fulfilling Pakatan Harapan's election manifesto first.
Treasury releases a breakdown of the federal government's official debt, commitment to guaranteed loans, and lease payments due on private-partnership projects.
The returning state exco member hopes to make gender inclusiveness a policy for Penang.
This is based on assumptions that the rationalisation plan was implemented and no new loans taken after October 2015.
The Sarawak chief minister says the state government will cooperate with the federal government as some things are still under Putrajaya's jurisdiction.
Five people are named to a council of elders or eminent persons to give advice to the new federal government.
New Kedah MB promises to fulfil what PH has promised for Kedah in the first 100 days of coming into power.
Penangites wonder if Lim Guan Eng is headed to Putrajaya to assume federal ministership with Chow Kon Yeow poised to take over as chief minister.
Ahmad Bashah Md Hanipah, who is the Suka Menanti candidate, says it is a sin to choose a government which cannot guarantee the future.
BN chairman says he would not be able to appoint Chinese leaders if voters reject BN's Chinese candidates.
Sarawak has contributed more than its fair share to Malaysia's economic growth and should no longer be deprived of the real fruits of its own resources.