Another adviser - Horses’ Mouths – 2 July 2015

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Another adviser for Najib

As Joseph Kurup is an East Malaysian leader, he understands East Malaysia better while I will handle national unity issues in West Malaysia, so as to effectively implement various national unity programmes.

Heng Seai Kie, Wanita MCA chief, on being appointed as special adviser for the implementation of the National Unity Blueprint

 

 

RON95 prince increase

This means that when crude oil prices fell to near US$60 per barrel as at the end of June, the price of RON95 should be lowered close to RM1.70 per litre. However, Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak's administration raised the price of RON95 yesterday, going against the current crude oil price.

Rafizi Ramli, Pandan MP, insisting that the petrol prices should have gone down, not up

 

This again proves the government is not serious about protecting the people, what more to take constructive steps to lessen their burdens.

Nasrudin Hassan, Temerloh MP

 

 

Impersonation

This is a fake tweet and its slanderous. On June 1, I didn't post such a tweet. If it was meant to be today, it's now the fasting month

Ahmad Maslan, Deputy Finance Minister, disclaiming responsibility over a purported Twitter post quoting him saying that many people are still visiting Kentucky Fried Chicken chains despite an increase in fuel prices

 

 

TRX land buyer

It has been almost two months since the May 9 statement made by TH chairperson Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim that three offers from interested buyers were received for the 0.66-hectare piece of land. Yet until today, the public has yet to be given a clearer picture as to what will happen to this piece of investment. Or has there been a U-turn in the board's decision?

Fahmi Fadzil, PKR Youth vice-chief, wondering when Lembaga Tabung Haji (TH) will name the buyer for the Tun Razak Exchange (TRX) land that the pilgrimage fund had purchased from 1MDB

 

 

GST refund

They are having big problems now.

Michael Kang, SME Association of Malaysia deputy president, revealing that several small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are facing difficulties when trying to claim back their GST refund from the Royal Customs and Excise Department

 

Fitch ratings

I am pleased that Fitch, the international ratings agency, has maintained Malaysia’s credit rating and revised our outlook upwards to stable. In view of the many uncertainties in the external sector, the newly-announced ratings are indeed a reflection of our Government’s financial management and economic policies.

Najib Razak, Prime Minister, claiming that Fitch’s upgrade on Malaysia’s outlook is a reflection of the Government’s financial and economic policies

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