Tag: PH manifesto
The finance minister says he is personally committed towards delivering the Pakatan Harapan promise.
There’s need for greater transparency in the links between politicians and corporations, especially over money donated to politicians, says Giat.
A clear message must be sent that the welfare of the nation and the reform agenda take precedence over personal or party interests.
PKR Youth chief Akmal Nasrullah Mohd Nasir says PH had repeatedly said that it would repeal the act.
The Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs says it is concerned that despite Putrajaya's divestment plan, total assets of GLCs still dominate gross domestic product.
Electoral watchdog says PMQT allows MPs to question the prime minister directly on key national issues.
The Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs moots a review of the Ninth Schedule of the Federal Constitution, local council elections and the return of consumption tax proceeds to states, among others.
Pakatan Harapan's national manifesto states that the Public Accounts Committee should be led by an opposition member, but in Perak, both chairman and deputy chairman are from the coalition.
The PM says the government is now focusing on Klang Valley tolled highways.
The maverick politician says it's not hard to counter Pakatan Harapan's idealist policies which are backed by tycoons who have no socialist values in them.
The former prime minister says even Bangladeshi menial workers earn more than RM1,000, the minimum salary required for PTPTN borrowers to repay their loans.
Works Minister Baru Bian says toll booths will also be removed in stages.
Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu says most of the money was spent on renting the training camps.
Keningau MP Jeffrey Kitingan believes the federal government is just trying to avoid having to honour its election manifesto.
Pakatan Harapan chairman says this will be done based on the contracts signed with concessionaires.
He says everything in PH manifesto can be delivered.
He urges people to be prudent in evaluating their future, warning not to fall for populist policies in Pakatan Harapan manifesto.
Many promises in their manifesto are populist, only to please the people but not implementable, says Yahya Hussin.
Minister criticises Pakatan Harapan for promising to 'give more money to the people' but not explaining where the money would come from.
Michael Peter Goviind, an activist for upholding the Malaysia Agreement 1963, says Pakatan Harapan's 'New Deal for Sabah' full of empty promises.