It is understood there are plans to get the Yang di-Pertuan Agong to revoke several emergency ordinances before the Dewan Rakyat special sitting tomorrow – despite the King’s past decree that the state of emergency and ordinances must be discussed and debated in Parliament.
With several positive cases recorded among Parliament staff following a swab test last week, and the number of Covid-19 cases continuing to surge, those working and accompanying their MPs to the august House admit feeling uneasy, and hope the timing and meetings are kept to a minimum.
There should be no compromise or sympathy shown to the police station chief and his three colleagues who were arrested earlier this week for having an alcohol-fuelled wild party inside a police station in the Kajang district, complete with women, booze and ketum juice.
The Tokyo Olympics officially began yesterday. Following our national athletes’ exploits can help ease our lockdown blues and hopefully, one of them can come back with the elusive gold medal.
Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye says Bukit Aman’s Integrity and Standards Compliance Department must take firm action against a police station chief involved in a ‘wild party’ after he tested positive for ganja.
A criminologist urges the police to come down hard on the bad apples in the force, after a station chief and some of his men were caught in a wild party at a police station in the Kajang district, yesterday.
Selangor Information Department director Ali Suhaili says its ‘Info on Wheels’ initiative that blasts messages about Covid-19 in various languages – including Indonesian, Burmese and Bengali – and even through catchy dangdut songs, has been effective.
Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Seri Reezal Merican Naina Merican hopes Malaysians will give 100 per cent support to national athletes competing at Tokyo Olympics after announcing a three-medal target for them. Also in our news highlights today, Malaysia records 10,972 new Covid-19 cases and new SOPs for fully vaccinated individuals will be revealed after Hari Raya Aidil Adha.
A Malaysian who tested positive for Covid-19 after returning from work abroad says health personnel based at quarantine hotels should provide adequate information to Covid-19 patients, instead of leaving them in a quandary.
Selangor Bar chairman V. Kokila Vaani is grateful that 1,318 lawyers and 400 chambering students in the state have been vaccinated under Selangor Bar’s prioritised Covid-19 vaccination programme.
Working from home can be fun and productive, but nothing beats interacting with colleagues.
The Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO) ends in Selangor today. Here’s a reminder of what Selangor folks can, and cannot do during Phase 1 of the National Recovery Plan.
Waiting for a loved one to get vaccinated can be boring, but N. Vipularatnam puts his time to good use by stretching his legs and enjoying the sunshine.