Posted by Admin Direktori Blog | Posted on 1:19 PG
Posted: 18 May 2013 09:50 AM PDT
After May 5, thousands of people of all races continue to throng peaceful rallies in many parts of Malaysia. Malaysians want to know why with 52% of popular votes Pakatan Rakyat cannot form the federal government, whereas Barisan Nasional with 47% of popular votes is the Central Government.
Tonight, many Malaccans attend DAP dinner at Pei Feng school, hoping to know what measures can be taken to rectify the electoral disparities. We call for Royal Commission of Inquiry to investigate the irregularities of the13th general election.
Posted: 18 May 2013 01:52 AM PDT
The new Federal Territory Minister YB Tengku Adnan says he will focus on traffic, fladh flood and civil servant issues. We hope he truly means what he says.
There are many areas of traffic woes in Kuala Lumpur; these are mostly connected with Selangor. Flash floods occur; we need to improve the maintenance of rivers and monsoon drains. The housing problems are serious, including the defective Joint Management Bodies (JMBs) in some highrise flats.
For example, JMB at Pelangi Magna, Kepong, owes Syabas RM77, 999; the water supply has been disconnected. JMBs at low-cost flats in Taman Fadason, Kepong, are facing the impasse of some residents refusing to pay service fees.
We keep the minister posted.
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