DAP Chinese New Year Message By DAP Secretary-General And MP For Bagan Lim Guan Eng In Kuala Lumpur On 25.1.2017.
Never Give Up In Believing A Better Malaysia Is Possible, Where The Economy Works For 30 Million Malaysians And Not The Few BN Cronies, And Where Democracy Means Freedom, Justice And Integrity.
In extending Happy Chinese New Year greetings, DAP expresses sympathies to the victims of severe flooding from Kelantan, Terengganu, Pahang, Perak, Sabah and Johor. DAP hopes that flood waters would have receded in time to welcome the Year of the Golden Rooster. Continue reading ‘DAP Chinese New Year Message (e/c)’
Press Statement By Penang Chief Minister And DAP MP For Bagan Lim Guan Eng In Kuala Lumpur On 16.1.2017.
The latest speedy investigation by the Royal Malaysian Police(PDRM) on 13 January 2017, against me under the Sedition Act based on a police report lodged on 24th November 2016 raises very serious questions why such similar action was not taken against BN leaders when police reports are lodged against them. Is Malaysia a nation of one country two systems?(this statement in toto does not refer to the judiciary but to the prosecution and other enforcement agencies) Continue reading ‘The latest speedy investigation by the Royal Malaysian Police(PDRM) on 13 January 2017, against me under the Sedition Act based on a police report lodged on 24th November 2016 raises very serious questions why such similar action was not taken against BN leaders when police reports are lodged against them(e/c)’
Press Statement By Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng In Komtar, George Town On 11.1.2017.
The Penang state government expresses our deepest condolences to Sarawak state government and the family of Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem, who passed away today. The Penang state government is shocked by his sudden demise and we share the grief of many Sarawakians who admired his frankness and forthrightness. Continue reading ‘Deepest condolences to Sarawak state government and the family of Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem’
TEKS UCAPAN KETUA MENTERI SEMPENA MAJLIS PENGAKUAN MENERIMA JAWATAN PEGAWAI-PEGAWAI PENYELARAS KADUN (PPK) SESI 2017,6 JANUARI 2017 TINGKAT 28, KOMTAR
Selamat Tengahari dan Salam Sejahtera.
Terlebih dahulu, saya ingin mengucapkan tahniah kepada 10 Pegawai Penyelaras KADUN (PPK) dan 2 PPK Khas yang bakal menerima jawatan hari ini.
Dalam tempoh lapan tahun Kerajaan Negeri Pakatan Harapan memerintah Pulau Pinang, kami berupaya membela secara saksama dan memberikan keadilan kepada semua rakyat tanpa mengira kaum, agama, jantina atau latar belakang politik. Continue reading ‘Teks Ucapan Ketua Menteri Sempena Majlis Pengakuan Menerima Jawatan Pegawai-pegawai Penyelarasa Kadun’
Press Statement By Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng In Komtar, George Town On 4.1.2017.
No Wonder Malaysia’s Economy Is In A State Of Crisis If We Are Led By Dummies Pretending To Know Accounting Or Malaysians Facing A Water Rationing Crisis With Syarikat Perkhidmatan Air Negara(SPAN) Led By Liang Teck Meng!
No wonder Malaysia’s economy is in a state of crisis if we are led by dummies pretending to know accounting or Malaysians facing a water rationing crisis with Syarikat Perkhidmatan Air Negara(SPAN) led by Liang Teck Meng! I had wanted to ignore Gerakan Secretary-General and MP for Simpang Renggam Liang Teck Meng for his childish and irresponsible statement questioning Penang’s undoubted success in recording annual budget surpluses, with total accumulated surplus of RM574 million since 2008. Continue reading ‘No Wonder Malaysia’s Economy Is In A State Of Crisis If We Are Led By Dummies Pretending To Know Accounting (e/c)’
Press Statement By Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng In Komtar, George Town On 2.1.2017.
Penang would have recorded RM1,074 million in accumulated surplus since 2008 if RM500 million had not been allocated for the Public & Affordable Housing Fund. This RM500 million Public & Affordable Housing Fund was taken out of the RM658 million in land sales by the state government, clearly showing that land sales was not the reason for the annual surpluses of the state government, which amounted to RM574 million since 2008. Continue reading ‘Penang Would Have Recorded RM1,074 Million In Accumulated Surplus Since 2008 If RM500 Million Had Not Been Allocated For The Public & Affordable Housing Fund Out Of The RM658 Million In Land Sales.(e/c)’
Penang 2017 New Year Message By Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng In Komtar, George Town On 1.1.2017.
The Penang State Government Will Continue To Revive And Revitalised Past Abandoned Or Failed Projects In the Services Sector Especially Tourism, To Be The Main Economic Driver In 2017.
The Penang state government will continue to revive and revitalised past abandoned or failed projects in the services sector especially tourism, to be the main economic driver in 2017. Even though manufacturing sector will play an important role in our economy, its contribution to Penang’s GDP last year has dropped to 45% compared to 50% for the services sector. Continue reading ‘Penang 2017 New Year Message （e/c）’
DAP 2017 New Year Message By DAP Secretary-General And MP For Bagan Lim Guan Eng In Kuala Lumpur On 31.12.2016.
Make 2017 A Year To Remind Everyone That It Is Because Of Our Differences That We Are Malaysian And Proud To Be One – Whilst Defending Truth, Justice And Basic Human Rights Are Important; Economic Security And Shared Prosperity Will Determine Whether We Can Protect Our Children’s Future From Being Stolen.
DAP wishes 30 million Malaysians a Happy New Year for 2017. 2016 was a challenging year with double-standards being the new normal in Malaysia. Violations of basic human rights descended to new depths, until Zunar can be arrested and charged for sedition because his cartoons are viewed as a national threat; truth treated like a disposable diaper where lies are worshipped by the BN-controlled mass media; and worse of all, those fighting corruption are labelled as corrupt whilst the corrupt, who robbed us of billions of US dollars escape scot-free. Continue reading ‘DAP 2017 New Year Message(e/c)’
Penang Christmas Day Message By Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng In Komtar, George Town On 25.12.2016.
The Penang state government wishes both Penangites and the record number of tourists here a Merry Christmas. 1.6 million Penangites must remain united in fighting religious extremism, racism and corruption as well as stand steadfast against those who try to bully the public by using the weapons of money politics, lies and fear.
We must uphold rule of law that is colour-blind and reject racists who try to look at every action through the racial lens of being either anti-Chinese, anti-Malay or anti-Indian. Enforcement action taken against a Chinese or a Muslim, does not make the state government anti-Chinese or anti-Muslim. Continue reading ‘The Penang state government wishes both Penangites and the record number of tourists here a Merry Christmas.(e/c)’
DAP Christmas Day Message By DAP Secretary-General And MP For Bagan Lim Guan Eng In Kuala Lumpur On 24.12.2016.
This year has been a challenging one with an economic downturn which is expected to continue next year. However, Malaysians should not give up on pursuing a democracy that promises them both freedom and economic prosperity, which must include economic opportunity, employment, education, social security, adequate health care and human security.
A democracy that promises both freedom and economic security must work for 30 million Malaysians, not just for the wealthy or the power elites and their cronies. The European Union once offered a vision of this democracy with their ‘four freedoms’, the freedom of movement of goods, people, services and capital over borders. However economic stagnation and social disruption, exacerbated by the refuges crisis has caused the four freedoms to unravel and perhaps even break down. Continue reading ‘DAP wishes a Merry Christmas to all Malaysians. DAP also expresses our deepest condolences to the 14 persons in a bus who were killed in a horrific accident in Muar and pray that the other injured can recover.(e/c)’
21 December 2016
Yang Berhormat Dato’ Sri Mustapa Mohamed
Minister of International Trade and Industry
Ministry of International Trade and Industry
Menara MITI, No. 7,
Jalan Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah,
50480 KUALA LUMPUR
Yang Berhormat Dato’ Sri,
BANK NEGARA MALAYSIA’S MEASURE REQUIRING EXPORTERS TO CONVERT 75% OF FOREIGN EXCHANGE PROCEEDS TO RINGGIT MALAYSIA HARMS THE INVESTMENT CLIMATE IN PENANG AND MALAYSIA
The Penang State Government wishes to highlight to Yang Berhormat Dato’ Sri the recent announcement by the Financial Markets Committee (FMC), in collaboration with Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) on the initiative to develop the onshore financial market, which has caused concern to the State Government and exporters that FMC’s measure will harm the investment climate and reduce Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) into Malaysia.
Continue reading ‘BANK NEGARA MALAYSIA’S MEASURE REQUIRING EXPORTERS TO CONVERT 75% OF FOREIGN EXCHANGE PROCEEDS TO RINGGIT MALAYSIA HARMS THE INVESTMENT CLIMATE IN PENANG AND MALAYSIA(e/c/m)’
Press Statement By Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng In Komtar, George Town On 22.12.2016.
The Penang state government extends its deepest condolences to the RMAF pilot Major C. Kayamboo who died in an air crash at the RMAF base at Teluk Air Tawar, Butterworth yesterday. Major Kayamboo will be buried at the Batu Lancang cemetery today.
The Penang state government hopes that the bereaved family will bear their great loss with patience and will provide a contribution of RM30,000 in recognition of Major Kayamboo’s sacrifice.
The Penang state government wishes speedy recovery to 3 other Royal Malaysian Air Force officers and personnel injured in the crash. The state government would be giving each of the injured personnel RM5,000 each as recognition and appreciation for their service and dedication to the country.
LIM GUAN ENG
Winter Solstice Message By Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng In Komtar, George Town On 21.12.2016.
The Penang state government wishes a Happy Winter Solstice and hopes that the tradition of family reunions will be celebrated in the spirit of goodwill, respect and love amongst 1.6 million Penangites of different faiths, ethnicity and cultural backgrounds.
The Winter Solstice celebration is only meaningful when all communities are assured that the basic infrastructure and amenities such as water, electricity, telecommunication and digital connectivity are supplied without interruption. Water supply is turning into a critical issue in Malaysia as a result of climate change. Climate change causes long drought that dries up water dams and reduces our water tables. Continue reading ‘Guarantees 1.6 Million Penangites And Investors Continuous Water Supply Without Any Water Rationing Until 2030(e/c)’
Speech By Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng During The Opening Of The The Top @Komtar On 18.12.2016.
REBIRTH OF THE NEW PENANG SYMBOLISED BY THE REBIRTH OF THE NEW KOMTAR WITH THE SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THE RM200 MILLION THE [email protected] PROJECT.
First let me thank YB Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz for representing the Deputy Prime Minister, who told me he wanted to come but could not at the last minute because of an important assignment given by the Prime Minister. Continue reading ‘Rebirth Of The New Penang Symbolised By The Rebirth Of The New Komtar(e/c)’
SPEECH BY CHIEF MINISTER OF PENANG DURING THE OPENING OF PENANG SCIENCE CAFÉ @ALMA ON 17 DECEMBER 2016
I am very happy to announce today the official launch of Penang Science Café @Alma. This is an effort under the Penang Science Cluster, a strategic initiative of the Penang State Government in collaboration with both industry and academia.
For Penang to continue to grow, we need talented and innovative people in science and technology. As you know, the % and standards of students taking up science in upper Secondary Schools is dropping year by year. This is evident from the PISA (Program for International Student Assessment) rankings in 2012 released by The Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) on student performance in mathematics, reading, and science, scores for Malaysia over the past decade, where our 15 years old secondary school students performed in the bottom third when ranked with over 70 other countries, even losing to other emerging countries like Vietnam and Thailand. Continue reading ‘Opening Of Penag Science Cafe @ Alma’