Parliament session on Nadma ends in farcical shouting match


Chan Kok Leong

The special parliamentary session to discuss recent flooding ended in a farcical shouting match, after Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Abdul Latiff’s attempt to deflect blame for the slow response to state governments. – Ministry of Rural Development handout pic, January 20, 2022.

TODAY’S special Parliament sitting was meant for the Ismail Sabri Yaakob administration to answer allegations that authorities were slow in responding to last month’s floods, and how to overcome future flood issues.

Instead, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Abdul Latiff Ahmad (Mersing-PN) managed to complete the 20-minute winding-up session without shining much light into the government’s future plans.


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  • Zuraida is correct Orang Hutans in Malaysia kill people. We have to get rid of them from the Cabinet and the Parliament before another disaster hits the country.

    Posted 4 months ago by Loyal Malaysian