Tag: state assembly
State Infrastructure Minister Peter Anthony defends the RM5 billion Kota Kinabalu-Kudat train link.
A total 158 MPs voted for it.
Hasan Abd Rahman will be charged at the Sessions Court tomorrow.
Chief minister says federal government’s performance is poor and therefore the state government will ask for the executive powers regarding health and education to be transferred to Sarawak.
Rescued animals are on temporary stay at the centre and are released into the wild once they are successfully rehabilitated, says minister in answer to complaints that the centre lacks facilities.
Padungan assemblyman Wong King Wei is suspended effective today after 64 assemblymen voted for his suspension.
As massive restoration and upgrading work is taking place at the heritage building, state assembly meetings will be held at Dewan Sri Pinang until next March.
The urgent motion was to record the state’s support for the constitutional amendment bill which was shot down in the Dewan Rakyat recently.
Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow says a third session will allow assemblymen to ask more questions and deliberate on state policy matters.
Guar Chempedak representative Ku Abdul Rahman Ku Ismail later apologised for quitting BN, saying it wasn't an easy decision.
Opposition leader Jeffrey Kitingan was in the midst of proposing GBS' alternative budget when he was told to stop by Deputy Speaker Ahmad Abdul Rahman.
Former chief minister Yong Teck Lee wants the case involving 13 new seats to be resolved first, in the wake of rumours the State Legislative Assembly may be dissolved soon.
State assembly deputy speaker Ahmad Abdul Rahman loses control of the floor after a war of words erupts between government and opposition reps.
Former chief minister Musa Aman’s lead counsel Tengku Fuad Tengku Ahmad says his client has been hospitalised and doctors have advised him against travelling.
Land authorities put a Registrar’s Caveat in place to prevent any deal or work from being carried out on the land.
Kebun Bunga assemblyman Jason Ong Khan Lee calls for review of RM46 billion PTMP and undersea tunnel.
PPBM man says this will reduce reliance on federal funds.
PKR's Gooi Hsiao Leung says Penang has been treated like a stepchild despite Penangites being among the country's top taxpayers.
They say bringing the yacht to Penang will prove to the people that kleptocrats once administered the country.
Project managers say small ‘chemical’ blasts will be carried out to ensure minimum vibrations.
The Penang chief minister says if he were to apply the same logic to the federal government, the prime minister should come from the party with the most seats in Parliament.
Machang Bubok assemblyman Lee Khai Loon says the workers should be treated with respect as they help to develop Penang's economy.
Head of state tells Penang assembly members to focus on better planning and engage in more fruitful debates.
Penang assembly also nominates first Punjabi deputy speaker from PKR, Dr Amar Pritpal Abdullah.