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2021

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Perlu segera tubuhkan Jawatankuasa Parlimen Khas bipartisan – REFSA

Following REFSA’s press statement supporting the call for a Special Bipartisan Parliamentary Committee, Fakhrurrazi Rashid explains the bipartisan approach is in line with the aspirations of the people which demand MPs and members of the administration to work out matters of interest to the people and the country. Article in Malay.

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REFSA’s Press Release: Executive-Parliament Bipartisan Cooperation is the Best Approach During Emergency

REFSA supports the call by ASEAN Parliamentarians for Human Rights (APHR) urging the Malaysian government to convene parliamentary sessions and urges the government to regard Parliament as a strategic partner and employ a bipartisan approach in the process of formulating policies. We also support the proposal of the Deputy Speaker of the Dewan Rakyat to set up a Special Bipartisan Parliamentary Committee consisting of government MPs, the opposition and members of the Senate.

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Kenyataan Akhbar REFSA: Kerjasama Dwipartisan Eksekutif-Parlimen Kaedah Terbaik Ketika Darurat

REFSA supports the call by ASEAN Parliamentarians for Human Rights (APHR) urging the Malaysian government to convene parliamentary sessions and urges the government to regard Parliament as a strategic partner and employ a bipartisan approach in the process of formulating policies. We also support the proposal of the Deputy Speaker of the Dewan Rakyat to set up a Special Bipartisan Parliamentary Committee consisting of government MPs, the opposition and members of the Senate. Press Statement in Malay.

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Time for KL to be run by elected officials as a state, says think tank

According to REFSA, the Federal Territory Ministry’s role in governance has been in urgent need of review ever since its urban planning outcomes have been subject to political interference. At present, the ministry was not directly accountable for the welfare of Kuala Lumpur, whose dwellers reserved the right to choose the government that serves them.

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REFSA supports call for KL bipartisan committee

REFSA has supported the Pakatan Harapan (PH) members of parliament’s proposal for a “Kuala Lumpur 2024 Bipartisan Committee” to co-govern the capital city. For the betterment of the capital city and wellbeing of city folks, especially for the coming post-Covid-19 scenario, this was a good place to start the conversation about the future of Kuala Lumpur.

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【文告】吉隆坡应拥有民选“州政府”

REFSA’s Adviser, Wan Hamidi Hamid expresses support for Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur Pakatan Harapan Members of Parliament’s statement proposing for a Kuala Lumpur 2024 Bipartisan Committee. The idea is a good place to start the conversation about our capital city’s future. Press Statement in Chinese.

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紧急状态和MCO2.0对社会经济的影响

为了抗疫与稳定政局,政府出台行管令(MCO2.0)及紧急状态作为应对方案,以压低疫情曲线。但许多民众却为此苦不堪言。究竟MCO2.0会对大马整体经济造成多大冲击呢?

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Govt’s failure to grasp issues leads to redundancy, wastage

The government must take a new approach to solve problems by streamlining processes, as currently there are too many players involved and not enough focus on the actual problems at hand. Former CEO of Permodalan Nasional Bhd (PNB) Jalil Rasheed said that the government puts too much emphasis on creating new bodies to solve different problems and should instead focus on the problem to be solved and identifying the steps required to address it. He was speaking as a guest on Ep.3, “The GLC Dilemma” of REFSA “Reflections”.

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