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Pakatan Rakyat can deliver as promise? These are just another empty promises!

How many promises made during the last election were delivered by PR? PR should stop giving out new empty promises and it’s better for them to fulfill all past promises FIRST.

– Transparency in tender?

None. How could state government projects is 100% taken out by Malay contractors if there is open tender in Penang?

– More participation from rakyat in local councils?


– Raceless policy?

None. From the award of study loans case in Selangor, PR is just doing what BN did in the past.

– Tackle corruption?

A little result shown in Penang and Kelantan, other PR states are operated as corrupt as BN government.

– More foreign investment in the PR states?

None. I do not put entirely the blame on PR for this problem.

Pakatan to focus on structural reforms if voted in

By Syed Jaymal Zahiid

KEPALA BATAS: Pakatan Rakyat will focus on major structural reforms should they helm federal power in a policy framework drafted to counter claims that it lacks solid alternatives against Barisan Nasional’s reform efforts.

In its policy framework themed “Change Now, Save Malaysia”, Pakatan aims to woo voters through a series of overhaul on key institutions to spur economic growth based on equitable wealth distribution.

The policy framework was unveiled at the bloc’s second national convention held here, before some 2,000 delegates.

And for the first 100 days in power, the federal opposition bloc have listed 10 key reform measures which they claim would introduce “overall” changes needed to boost the country’s performance.

Some of the key changes proposed by them are the reform of key institutions like the Elections Commission, the Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission, the Attorney General’s Chambers and the police.

Pakatan will also abolish tolls by instructing the state’s investment arm Khazanah Bhd, Employees Providence Fund and others to takeover highway assets.

It also plans on restructuring the subsidy system by slashing subsidies to the private sector and use the fund to help the poor instead.

While the BN-led government aims to reduce its record budget deficit and soaring debt by slashing consumer subsidies on fuel and sugar, the country’s independent power producers are enjoying a RM19 billion worth of “corporate welfare”, they claimed.

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