Dalam Majlis Perasmian Pusat Khidmat Rakyat Parlimen Teluk Intan, YB Nga Kor Ming telah mengumumkan bahawa Kementerian Kewangan di bawah pimpinan YB Lim Guan Eng telah meluluskan peruntukan sebanyak RM2 juta untuk pemasangan lampu stadium mini dan dijangka peruntukan tersebut akan diperoleh sebelum akhir tahun ini. Continue reading “Hadiah Hari Malaysia Kepada Warga Teluk Intan，Dana RM2 Juta Diluluskan Untuk Stadium Mini ！”
To urge the police to investigate Tajuddin’s remark that DAP has controlled the government and the unfounded lies that DAP want to set up a republic in Malaysia. Continue reading “To urge the police to investigate Tajuddin’s remark that DAP has controlled the government and the unfounded lies that DAP want to set up a republic in Malaysia.”
Saya ingin mengucapkan terima kasih kepada semua yang membantu dalam menjayakan pembukaan rasmi Pusat komuniti Rakyat Adun Keranji terutama keempat-empat pembantu saya yang bertungkus lumus mengatur kesemua hal-hal dengan rapi. Continue reading “Ucapan Adun Keranji, Chong Zhemin di Majlis Pembukaan Rasmi Pusat Komuniti Rakyat Adun Keranji pada 1 September 2018 di Bandar Baru Kampar.”
I have lodged a police report this morning at Ipoh IPD on the missing RM16 billion tax refund by IRB exposed by Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng. Continue reading “Urge the police to immediately investigate the missing RM16 billion tax refund from the Inland Revenue Board to taxpayers!”
We refer to The Star report on 13 June where a 12 page documents were emailed by a Whister blower to the Health Minister Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad. Continue reading “Former Health Minister Dr Subramaniam must explain why is there a monopoly of medicine tender during his tenure as Health Minister from 2013 – 2016 where tender amounted to RM3.7 Billion were controlled by six main tendering agents.”
IGP Fuzi must start investigation against former IGP Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar and to determine the authenticity of the two draft charge sheet against former Prime Minister Najib Razak. Continue reading “Chong Zhemin : Investigate former IGP Khalid Abu Bakar and determine the authenticity of the two draft charge sheet against Najib Razak”
Teluk Intan DAP has today launched a “Save Gerakan, Vote Against Redelineation” campaign in Teluk Intan, urging Gerakan President to vote against the redelineation proposal in Parliament and save Gerakan in at least 1 parliament and 2 state seats in Perak.
Continue reading “Launching of the “Save Gerakan, Vote Against Redelineation” campaign in Teluk Intan – Call for Mah Siew Keong to put Gerakan Interest above personal interest to save Gerakan and vote against the redelineation proposal in parliament”
When the government introduced the mange float system for Petrol prices in Nov 2014, RON95 price is at RM2.30. Since then, RON95 price has never hit above the psychological price point of RM2.30.
I call on the government to reintroduce petrol subsidy for RON95 especially for the B40 group as the poor will be hit the most in the scenario of a petrol price driven inflation.
In a report three days ago, Bloomberg reported that OPEC is eyeing a USD70 crude oil price. Should the crude oil price hit USD70, Malaysia as an oil producing country will be able to collect more profits from the sale of oil.
Will Putrajaya use the additional profits from the rising oil price to subsidise petrol? If not, Putrajaya need to explain to Malaysians where does the additional profits from the rising oil prices go?
Pakatan Harapan has already pledged to reintroduce petrol subsidy for the B40 group if we win federal power. Will BN follow suit?
Media Statement by Chong Zhemin DAP Perak Economic Development Bureau Chief and Political Secretary to MP Taping on the 8 Novermber 2017
Two days ago, Bernama reported that Putrajaya is mulling to introduce a new policy on the lifespan of vehicles in the country. Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai also said that this proposal included a cash incentive for the owners to replace old vehicles.
This new policy if reintroduced represent a double flip-flop by the BN government. Putrajaya had in Nov 2013 killed off a proposal to set a 12 year-age limit on cars after receiving opposition from the rakyat.
“I want to stress we have no plans to impose a lifespan on cars for disposal purposes and we do not want to burden the public.”
If Putrajaya doesn’t want to burden the public in 2013, why in the world has Putrajaya decided to burden the public in 2017 by imposing a lifespan on cars?
I urge Putrajaya to immediately call off this proposal which will burden the public, especially the lower income group and fresh graduates. Many fresh graduates are still driving their parents’ old cars. Instead of proposing age limit on cars, BN should fulfil their election promise in GE 13 to bring car prices down by 30% by 2018.
By bringing down car prices, Malaysians will be able to enjoy better quality cars at a cheaper price. Those who can afford new and better quality cars will automatically replace their old cars and at the same time, this would also not burden people in the lower income group with the pressure to replace their old car which is still working perfectly.
Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Azalina Othman had as recent as 2016 said that car prices will come down by 30% by 2018. We are now only two months away from 2018 but there is not a single sign that car prices will come down. In fact, car prices had gone up by 10-20% since 2013 due to the falling Ringgit.
I call on BN to immediately bring down car prices by 30%, failure in which BN will be booted out from Putrajaya for their failure to fulfil their election promise.
Media Statement by Chong Zhemin DAP Perak Publicity Bureau Chief and Political Secretary to MP Taping on the 31 October 2017