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The amount they receive for weird allowances is just absurd! .... Geek

http://rojakdaily.com/news/article/9446/...rn-monthly

As for allowances, ministers receive RM70,000 for annual vacations, RM180 per day for meals, RM10,000 if they’re moving out of their house, and probably the funniest if not absurd of them all, a one-off allowance for “pinggan mangkuk” which tallies up to RM42,000.

Even if you’ve been terminated from the post, you’ll also receive a one-off payment of RM150,000.

Many netizens praised the former minister for plucking up his courage and for being transparent with his earnings.

Some also felt sad and disappointed with the income disparity between ministers and the ordinary common folks:
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#12
One-day parliament sitting with no motions a possible sign of Muhyiddin not commanding the majority: Anwar

https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asi...r-12731738
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#13
Former education minister Maszlee Malik, who is supposed to be one of the 113 MPs supporting PM Muhyiddin, had questioned if the party's identity is still relevant....

Now Muhyiddin May 18, no need claiming that the govt is on the path to irrelevance.

In May 18, same day that the Speaker confirmed Muhyiddin instructed Parliament to end proceedings once King completes his opening speech, meaning it will not hear rival and predecessor Dr Mahathir no confidence motion in the premier. Parliament that will only resume on July 13 n maybe in month of August.

Is ti buy more time n more MPs to Muhyiddin side.
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Mass prayers have been banned since around mid-March in a partial lockdown after more than 2,300 people were infected in the country's biggest outbreak, following a religious gathering at a mosque attended by about 16,000 people.....now.

Malaysia to allow mass prayers ahead of Hari Raya Puasa as coronavirus cases fall.

Meanwhile.......Malaysia may again tighten COVID-19 restrictions after May 18 if cases surge: Health ministry.
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#15
12-5-2020 3:31 PM
teeth53 said:
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Citizen Power Game for Citizens to work together to Build a New Social System.

https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/singapor...apore-f24/
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14-5-2020 8:35 PM
teeth53 said:
Former education minister Maszlee Malik, who is supposed to be one of the 113 MPs supporting PM Muhyiddin, had questioned if the party's identity is still relevant....

Now Muhyiddin May 18, no need claiming that the govt is on the path to irrelevance.

In May 18, same day that the Speaker confirmed Muhyiddin instructed Parliament to end proceedings once King completes his opening speech, meaning it will not hear rival and predecessor Dr Mahathir no confidence motion in the premier. Parliament that will only resume on July 13 n maybe in month of August.

Is to buy more time n more MPs to Muhyiddin side.
Another leak?. Audio clip that surfaced, Dr M heard saying ‘remove me but do it lawfully’.

https://malaysia.news.yahoo.com/another-...56W5zXMc5s
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Veteran Malaysian politician Mahathir Mohamad said he would seek to oust Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin at every turn, scolding his successor for bringing back into power a graft-tainted party rejected by voters in an historic election two years ago. The prospect of more political and policy uncertainty

https://sg.news.yahoo.com/mahathir-promi...33703.html
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#18
fugged up country .
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21-5-2020 9:14 PM
teeth53 said:
Veteran Malaysian politician Mahathir Mohamad said he would seek to oust Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin at every turn, scolding his successor for bringing back into power a graft-tainted party rejected by voters in an historic election two years ago. The prospect of more political and policy uncertainty

https://sg.news.yahoo.com/mahathir-promi...33703.html
Mukhriz Mahathir. Dr M son announced his resignation as Kedah's chief minister with immediate effect after he lost the majority support in North Malaysia, Kedah state legislative assembly.

https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asi...r-12742002
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#20
My own party. I help founded, sacked me.

Former Malaysian PM. Dr M, 94 and 4 other MPs sacked from Bersatu. Other MPs, including Mr Mukhriz Mahathir, Mr Syed Saddiq, Mr Amiruddin Hamzah and Dr Maszlee Malik were also sacked from the party.

https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asi...n-12720662
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