Ease curbs or face legal action from industries, Azmin warns state govts


A worker cleaning premises in downtown Kuala Lumpur today, the first day of the conditional movement control order that allows businesses to operate. – The Malaysian Insight pic by Afif Abd Halim, May 4, 2020.

STATE governments that have refused to ease curbs on businesses and movement that were put in place to stem Covid-19 infections risk legal action from various parties, said Mohamed Azmin Ali

The senior minister said several industry associations, like the Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers and the Malay Chamber of Commerce of Malaysia, have asked state governments not to stop industries that wanted to resume operations today.


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  • Hahahahahaha after opening the can of worms you are trying to wash your hands clean, nice try azmin nice try.

    Posted 5 months ago by Teruna Kelana

  • Hahaha. The backdoor Economic Ministers trying time intimidate the State Governments using his usual backdoor way.

    Posted 5 months ago by Rupert Lum