My 2nd weekly podcast:- This week, I would like to share with you some of her significant and memorable events in the year of 2012. Upon the reflection, the memorable things that I would like to highlight in this weekly address are:- First, Utusan and the writer Datuk Chamil Wariya had admitted their fault for [...]
Archive for December, 2012
By Joseph Tawie Free Malaysia Today KUALA LUMPUR | Dec 28, 2012 Both Barisan Nasional and opposition leaders have been urged to restrain from making comments on the use of the term “Allah” in reference to God and to allow the Court of Appeal to rule on the matter. The government appealed a 2009 High [...]
I attended the Christmas Hi-Tea at Luther Center, PJ yesterday. It was organised by the Christian Federation of Malaysia (CFM). PM Najib and wife were mong those invited. I was placed at the main table with all the “home ministers” of different church leaders, together with the most powerful woman in Malaysia, i.e the First [...]
By Jamilah Kamarudin Free Malaysia Today KUALA LUMPUR | Dec 24, 2012 Lembaga Urus Air Selangor (LUAS) yakin bekalan air mentah di Selangor kini 100 peratus mencukupi dan mampu menampung keperluan rakyatnya sehingga tahun 2030. Pengarah LUAS, Md Khairi Selamat berkata, sehingga 20 Disember lalu, kapasiti air bagi Empangan Tasik Subang, Empangan Semenyih, Empangan Langat, [...]
In her first ever podcast, Teresa Kok, MP for Seputeh and State Assemblyperson for Kinrara, comments on Deputy Prime Minister/Education Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin’s announcement of tax incentives for parents who enroll their children into science stream.
Launch of first weekly political podcast Media statement by Teresa Kok, Member of Parliament for Seputeh and the Exco Member of Selangor, at Kaula Lumpur on 24 December, 2012. I am happy to announce the launching of my political podcast, which will serve as a new platform to keep my constituents and others updated on [...]
Press statement by Teresa Kok, Member of Parliament for Seputeh, on 22nd December, 2012, at Shah Alam. The Deputy Prime Minister cum Education Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin’s proposed plan to encourage more students to study science is unfair to those who have the passion and interest for art subjects. Muhyiddin had proposed tax [...]