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PM says no need for state of emergency in Pasir Gudang

Mar 15, 2019


There is no need for a state of emergency to be declared in Pasir Gudang, Johor.

Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said everything is under control and he has full faith authorities will be able to handle the situation. 

This comes as the number of those affected by the chemical pollution at Sungai Kim Kim rose to almost 2,800 people. 

The Education Ministry has promised all students affected will have their medical bills fully compensated. 

Singapore authorities have also confirmed the spill in Johor has not reached our neighbours' waters.

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EC to review redelineation of GE14 electoral boundaries

The Election Commission is studying the redelineation of electoral boundaries, carried out by the previous Basrisan Nasional government right before GE14. 

It says it wants to see if the redrawing of boundaries was carried out fairly and within the law.

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Malaysia to work with France into Scorpene submarines purchase

Malaysia will work with France in their investigation into the suspicious purchase of Scorpene submarines by the previous Barisan Nasional government. 

The Defence Ministry says this includes the possible involvement of deceased Mongolian interpreter Altantuya Shaariibuu.

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Securities Commission present Goldman Sachs with show-cause letter

Malaysia's securities commission has issued a show-cause letter to Goldman Sachs. 

Such a letter typically requires the recipient to explain why they should not be subject to disciplinary action. 

This comes as the investment bank is being investigated in connection to the 1MDB scandal. 


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