Tag: undersea tunnel
Chow Kon Yeow says Wee must first explain where he got his RM20 billion figure for the proposed tunnel.
The chief minister says he is astounded by the RM20 billion figure and that the cost has not changed from the estimated RM6.3 billion.
'How thick is the report? A million pages?' says ex-PM, asking why it took three years to move from 87% completion to 90%.
The chief minister says he was only passing the message.
Deputy minister says alleged leak of details about Penang undersea tunnel project is being investigated by police.
Zarul Ahmad Mohd Zulkifli says MACC would have charged him long ago if the allegations were true.
The finance minister rubbishes allegations by a blogger that he received money in connection with the undersea tunnel and roads project in Penang.
This follows allegations by a blogger on corruption involving Lim Guan Eng and other senior DAP leaders.
Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow says the long-awaited report must still be studied by independent checking engineers.
Both sides settle the defamation case via a consent judgment.
The original Penang Transport Master Plan clearly states that the undersea tunnel project is not an urgent priority.
What happened to funding for institutional reforms, pedestrian and cycling infrastructures, water transport and feeder buses for a holistic and balanced transportation system?
A transport expert calls for publication of the feasibility report on the undersea tunnel project.
The new works minister says the proposal to abolish the Penang bridge toll was also not discussed at a meeting with state leaders.
The company says while it respects constructive criticism, it will not tolerate politically-motivated allegations.
The Penang BN chairman reiterates that it was the tunnel project consortium that said it would not seek compensation if the project is scrapped.
CM reminds Penang BN chairman that this was a contract to build a tunnel and not a mere MoU.
Works Minister Fadilah Yusof reminds Penang CM that state govt is not exempt from the law over possible environmental impact from construction of undersea tunnel.
Penang CM says Penangites' only respite from traffic is to change the government in Putrajaya.
The Penang chief minister claims BN has no solution to problems while Penang BN chairman says this is all due to a lack of well-thought-out plans to implement all initiatives they had promised.
MCA deputy president Wee Ka Siong says it is up to the MACC to identify and charge the person.
MCA deputy president says he wants Penang CM Lim Guan Eng to at least meet for a discussion to exchange ideas and show why allegations made are not true.
The forum, titled 'Political talk on Penang’s truth', featured MCA deputy president Wee Ka Siong and BNSC deputy director Eric See-To.
The Penang chief minister says he is willing to make an exception for the MCA deputy president if he is really desperate to debate.