Tag: state government
PKR's Pasir Gudang MP Hassan Abdul Karim says the cooperation between components is not as strong as before.
State exco says all government agencies responded immediately after cases were reported on Thursday.
It will also meet the education ministry to discuss concerns, says the chief minister.
This follows a proposal by an assemblyman to allow 'shariah-compliant cinemas' in the state.
Sook sub-district community development leader Edward Binbang says the purported letter does not exist.
The company hopes to create 1,000 jobs for locals through the construction of an assembly plant in Kota Kinabalu.
Terengganu exco member Mohd Nor Hamzah says state government can't interfere in shariah court affair to stop caning.
Deputy Rural and Regional Development Minister R Sivarasa says he only asked the durian growers to write to him but they went ahead and demolished the Orang Asli blockades.
Sabah Electricity Sdn Bhd cuts off power supply to the hypermall after the management fails to settle power bills in excess of RM8 million.
A list of critical questions on the PTMP remains unanswered by the Penang state government since they were first raised in 2016.
Penang Fishermen’s Association chairman Nazri Ahmad says a non-cash cost of living allowance will result in problems.
Azlan Man says it is time to forget about politics and move on, as advised by the Perlis ruler.
Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin Putra Jamalullail says too much time has already been wasted as a result of dispute over Perlis MB.
Eight out of the nine BN reps who previously boycotted the MB's swearing in ceremony receive their letters of appointment.
The housing and local government minister says it is up to state governments to decide whether to call local council elections.
Suaram asks what state government had been doing over the past decade to prevent the housing shortage for the poor from escalating to its current state.
But Perlis PH chairman Ameir Hassan says the nine BN assemblymen should disqualify themselves over their unbecoming conduct on the choice of menteri besar.
Malaysians should give Shafie Apdal a chance to do his job and prove his worth.
Former MB Khaled Nordin says the termination is seen as revenge as there was no strong justification for the termination.
Syed Omar Sharifuddin Syed Ikhsan believes that the problem of nine BN state assemblymen who boycotted the swearing-in can be resolved.
But Osman Sapian says priority will be given to fulfilling Pakatan Harapan's election manifesto first.
The newly sworn-in Perlis menteri besar says he will also offer his views on the best way to form a state executive council.
Awang Azman Awang Pawi says holding another state election in Kedah would be a waste of time, energy and money.
The returning state exco member hopes to make gender inclusiveness a policy for Penang.