Gobind: RTM to air World Cup matches for free

2018-05-30

MTUC welcomes proposed 2% EPF contribution for housewives

2018-05-29

Dr M: Spad, Jasa, JKKKP, Pemandu, NPC all dissolved

2018-05-23

MACC raids houses, office linked to UMNO Supreme Council member

2018-05-23

Malaysia sets up new 1MDB criminal taskforce

2018-05-21

All mega agreements that have been announced will be reviewed in detail to check against potential weaknesses and corruption.

2018-05-18

Pakatan makes good on GST pledge

2018-05-17

No more fluctuation in fuel prices

2018-05-17

Zeti: Decision on tolls expected ‘very quickly’

2018-05-17

Council of Elders meets EPF, Khazanah heads over toll issue

2018-05-17

1MDB audit report now declassified, says Auditor-General

2018-05-15

Council of Eminent Persons forms committee on institutional reforms

2018-05-15

Malaysian police raid apartments linked to ousted PM Najib Razak's family

2018-05-12

Dr Mahathir names top three cabinet ministers, "council of elders"

2018-05-12

7 Introducing the EPF scheme for housewives. A 2 percent monthly contribution will be channelled from their husband’s EPF contributions, which is considered non-burdensome.

2018-05-10

Up to 30 per cent of the budget allocation for each year will be devoted to Sabah and Sarawak and priority will be the completion of the Pan Borne Highway project.

2018-05-09

The new Government will set up an Industrialisation Fund and Entrepreneurs Fund to boost industrialisation and entrepreneurship among the locals.

2018-05-09

All public hospitals will be equipped with the state of the art technology and equipment to treat more patients, especially those suffering from cardiovascular diseases and cancer.

2018-05-09

The new Government if elected will also stop the Barisan Nasional's practice which uses Sabah and Sarawak as the training ground for teachers and young health officials, or as place of "exile" for those who have problems.

2018-05-09

The Sabah and Sarawak governments will be given decision making rights in education and health matters.

2018-05-09

In education, parents will be given the opportunity to decide whether the school will use native language or English.

2018-05-09

The curriculum will also have local content so that Sabahan and Sarawakian children can understand their local culture.

2018-05-09

Native languages and cultural-related courses will also be offered at public universities in Sabah and Sarawak. All this will be done within the framework of the National Education Philosophy.

2018-05-09

In remote areas and villages, Pakatan Harapan will pioneer electricity generation initiatives using solar, micro-hydro and biogas.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will simplify and reduce the bureaucratic red tape involved in registering children.

2018-05-09

The Director General of JAKOA to be from the indigenous community

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will overhaul the Orang Asli Development Department (JAKOA) so that the Orang Asli are given the skills and independence to improve their lives and socio-economic conditions rather than being controlled by the department.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will work to implement proposals from the National Inquiry Report on Indigenous Land Rights prepared by SUHAKAM in 2013. This report will be brought for Parliamentary debate in the first year of the Pakatan Harapan’s administration.

2018-05-09

The number of schools in Orang Asli villages will be increased and equipped with good facility to ensure their children receive quality education. This will include a curriculum that will factor the Sociology of the Origin of Indigenous Peoples.

2018-05-09

More resources will be allocated to upgrade the infrastructure of the Orang Asli villages.

2018-05-09

2 Introduce a law that sets 18 as the minimum age of marriage.

2018-05-09

3 Review all laws relating to gender equality to ensure that every woman enjoys legal equality.

2018-05-09

4 Introduce Sexual Harassment Bill to stop sexual harassment at all levels.

2018-05-09

1 Establish Family Law Improvement Committee (Jawatankuasa Penambah-baikan Undang-undang Keluarga) with the aim of amending the law on divorce, maintenance and child custody, to ensure a more efficient and fairer solution to women. 2. Introduce a law that sets 18 as the minimum age of marr

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will set up a Truth and Reconciliation Commission to achieve a fair solution to the issue of identity card which have been granted to illegal immigrants, thereby ensuring that voters' lists in Sabah can be cleared.

2018-05-09

The number of security forces guarding the Sabah border will be boosted.

2018-05-09

Sabah and Sarawak have unique legal systems and customary courts. The Pakatan Harapan Government will empower this judicial system, starting with establishing an Expert Committee to review the improvements needed for a smooth functioning of Sabah Native Court and the Sarawak Bumiputera Court, as well as to streamline the management of indigenous custom rights.

2018-05-09

Customary land ownership rights will be certified and the registration process of ownership rights will be streamlined immediately.

2018-05-09

Pakatan Harapan Government will decentralise the federation’s fiscal administration system in stages so that eventually up to 50 percent of the tax revenue collected in Sabah and Sarawak will be spent on development need.

2018-05-09

Pakatan Harapan Government will also restore state powers to develop its own commerce and trade related policies as Malaysia practices and open economic philosophy in order to benefit from regional and international trade.

2018-05-09

The conflict of rights of Indigenous peoples to their land will be settled through the establishment of a Special Land Tribunal that consists of experts in this field.

2018-05-09

The mandate will be given to Sabah and Sarawak to come up with a plan to eliminate trade barriers and all tariffs that have stunted the growth of their economy and prevent the people from leveraging on the openness of our country's economic system.

2018-05-09

To improve their native land rights, Pakatan Harapan Government will implement the recommendations in the National Inquiry Report on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples as outlined in the SUHAKAM report.

2018-05-09

The new Government will enhance the role and functions of Land Department role to properly conduct perimeter studies.

2018-05-09

Development undertaken in the Orang Asli areas must be in accordance with sustainable and environmentally friendly models, taking into account socio-cultural factors of surrounding communities, and it must enlist the active participation of indigenous people.

2018-05-09

Public universities and institutes of higher learning institutions must have autonomy to carry out their responsibilities.

2018-05-09

Student Unions will be provided allocation by academic institutions, and they will operate independently without government intervention.

2018-05-09

The Board of Directors (BOD) of the University will be given autonomy and authority to appoint their Vice-Chancellor and Deputy Vice-Chancellors based on their merits and in a transparent and competitive manner.

2018-05-09

Pakatan Harapan will undertake to recognise UEC certificates to enter public institutions of higher learning (IPTA) provided that applicants have a credit in Bahasa Melayu at the SPM level.

2018-05-09

The TVET stream will be widened, beginning with the setting up of German Dual Vocational Training (GDVT) across the country.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will increase educational opportunities using recognised and accredited Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC).

2018-05-09

Creating a Teaching Assistant post to assist teachers, including in executing administrative tasks.

2018-05-09

A full boarding TVET (technical and vocational training) school will be created for outstanding students from all walks of life.

2018-05-09

The quality of religious school education, missionary school and national school education will be enhanced by ensuring that the allocation is always sufficient and teachers have the opportunity to undergo professional training periodically.

2018-05-09

The new Government will improve the Trust School programme that is now not running optimally

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will provide National Education Advisory Council with sufficient funds and authority to carry out their duties.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will increase the allocation for the Royal Malaysian Police Force (PDRM) and related enforcement agencies, improve their salaries and quality of life of national heroes as well as increase the number of security personnel.

2018-05-09

Increasing the number of trained counsellors in schools.

2018-05-09

The new government will encourage the use of harm reduction measures in addressing the symptoms of drug addiction and reducing illness.

2018-05-09

The Council will consist of experts in the field of race relations and religious harmony and are respected by all.

2018-05-09

The framework of cooperation between government and civil society based on international standards will also be adapted, particularly those relating to transparency and accountability, such as the Open Contracting Partnership, the Open Budget Initiative, the appropriate standards from the OECD and the World Bank, and others.

2018-05-09

The Government would also make efforts for Malaysians to be appointed as senior officials at the ASEAN Secretariat in Jakarta as well as at the Commonwealth Secretariat in London. This will be done during the first term of the Pakatan Harapan Administration.

2018-05-09

The rate of corporate tax and taxes on small business owners and part-time employees will be reviewed with the goal of reducing the burden of them.

2018-05-09

Personal income tax rate will be reviewed so that the burden towards the middle 40 per cent (M40) can be reduced.

2018-05-09

Corporate tax exemption will be provided to companies that host activities to contribute to strengthening family institutions. Activities eligible for tax relief will be determined through consultation with the Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) and relevant organisations.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will provide income tax relief via transferable tax allowance between husband and wife and also introduce income tax relief for married couple.

2018-05-09

Public spaces such as recreational parks and public sports facilities will be increased.

2018-05-09

The process for young people to rent stadiums and state-owned sports facilities will be simplified and the costs will be nominal.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will ratify the 1951 International Convention on Refugees so that refugees who escape from war-torn countries and arrive in Malaysia are given proper assistance.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government also will elevate the status of nongovernmental organizations working on Malay and Bumiputera socioeconomic such as the Majlis Perundingan Melayu and other bodies, making them as the Government's official dialogue partners.

2018-05-09

Pakatan Harapan Government will produce a comprehensive annual report on the total Bumiputera equity holding.

2018-05-09

1 Integrate the philosophy of respecting women and gender understanding in the education syllabus at all levels.

2018-05-09

2 Introduce the concept of lifelong education so that women who postpone their careers to care for their families can continue their studies and undertake training if they want to go back to work.

2018-05-09

3 Introducing comprehensive gender education beginning at high school.

2018-05-09

4 In order to help mothers who have pre-school children, all pre- school education centres that are now supervised by various departments and ministries will be placed under one roof, known as the Early Childhood Development Centre. Low-income families will receive subsidies.

2018-05-09

Increase petroleum royalty to Sabah and Sarawak to 20 per cent or equivalent, as a first step.

2018-05-09

Greater allocation of resources will be channelled to supply of clean water and clean energy to urban and rural areas.

2018-05-09

The 1974 Petroleum Development Act will be scrutinised to review Petronas’s monopoly on national gas and oil products, especially from Sabah and Sarawak.

2018-05-09

Greater allocation of resources will be channelled to build more public schools and health centres

2018-05-09

Greater allocation of resources will be channelled to build roads and highways to connect towns and cities throughout the state, and repair bridges and damaged roads

2018-05-09

Greater allocation of resources will be channelled to review construction services such as Trans-Borneo railway using a public-private partnership model, and ensuring contracts will be given to locals

2018-05-09

Greater allocation of resources will be channelled to create targeted aid schemes for the welfare of Sabahans and Sarawakians

2018-05-09

To review, list and publish all the BN’s government debts so that the public can access the information.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will introduce an Act that would prevent the government from dipping into people's trust funds such as Lembaga Tabung Haji, Employees Provident Fund, Retirement Trust Fund and Armed Forces Fund Board to finance government expenditures.

2018-05-09

The National Trust Fund Act 1988 will be revamped to enable KWAN (Kumpulan Wang Amanah Negara) to be the state’s financial guarantor.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will provide a fixed allocation of RM 60 million a year in the first term of administration to Chinese living in rural areas and in new villages.

2018-05-09

The power of the Prime Minister to influence the appointment of judges will be removed so that there can be no abuse of power.

2018-05-09

Membership of the Judicial Appointments Commission will be decided by a Parliamentary Select Committee.

2018-05-09

A new rule will be introduced so that judges must provide written judgments each time they announce their judgement. If necessary, the judge can issue a brief written judgement first, before the full version is released.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will establish, on a permanent basis, Majlis Perundingan Keharmonian Rakyat.

2018-05-09

The Royal Museum at the old National Palace will be upgraded to National Education Museum.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will provide targeted petrol subsidies at a suitable monthly rate to those who qualify. This will be targeted to those who use motorcycle below 125 cc and car below 1300 cc.

2018-05-09

Pakatan Harapan Government will ensure big companies cannot monopolise the market. The monopolies enjoyed by companies will be re-examined thoroughly.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will reduce excise duty on imported cars below 1600 cc for the first car. To avoid abuse, only one car will be allowed for every family with household income below RM8,000 per month.

2018-05-09

Pakatan Harapan will also ensure the prices of medicine are fair by enforcing fair competition.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will ensure that financial allocation for the Ministry of Health is increased to 4 per cent of GDP in the first term of administration.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will also provide compulsory pneumococcal vaccination for all children under the age of 2 years.

2018-05-09

Those who receive BR1M today will continue to receive the grant and the process of payment will be freed from discrimination and partisan politics and more of a statutory payments. The Pakatan Harapan Government will improve the system so that the amount issued are more equitable.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will increase the royalty payment to Sabah and Sarawak, and other oil producing states, to 20 percent or of its value equivalent.

2018-05-09

A National Affordable Housing Council will be set up to bring together the work of the various agencies under one roof.

2018-05-09

Under Pakatan Harapan, those who are now renting will be given the chance to migrate to a rent-to-own scheme if they qualify.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will reform the PR1MA programme.

2018-05-09

Tax incentives will be introduced to employers who assist in the repayment without deducting the employee’s salary.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will persuade ASEAN countries to include and quickly and effectively implement graduate mobility into the ASEAN Economic Community agenda.

2018-05-09

Pakatan Harapan will take the necessary steps to halve the price of broadband internet while doubling its speed.

2018-05-09

Pakatan Harapan will reduce the cost of license fee for school bus permits.

2018-05-09

In larger towns across Malaysia, Pakatan Harapan will gradually introduce a monthly public transportation pass worth RM100 that can be used in all types of public transportation.

2018-05-09

Pakatan Harapan will ensure there is an increase of 10,000 public buses nationwide in the first term of our administration.

2018-05-09

The Prime Minister will not simultaneously hold other ministerial posts, especially the post of Minister of Finance.

2018-05-09

Pakatan Harapan will reduce the allocation to the Prime Minister's Department from more than RM17 billion per annum now to less than half, that is RM8 billion only.

2018-05-09

The length of office for the Prime Minister shall be limited to two terms only. This will also be applied to the post of Menteri Besar and Chief Ministers.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will lower the number of Ministers in the Prime Minister's Department to a maximum of 3 only.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will reduce the number of agencies and remove the Prime Minister’s ability to manipulate key institutions by creating stronger check and balance mechanisms. Relevant powers will be decentralised to other bodies, including to the Parliament.

2018-05-09

A nominal 2% contributions from their husbands’ EPF will be diverted for this purpose.

2018-05-09

In addition, RM50 monthly will be contributed by Pakatan Harapan Government to the housewives’ EPF scheme.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will revise the Whistleblower Protection Act 2010, the Official Secrets Act 1972, and the Witness Protection Act 2009. A Freedom of Information Act will be enacted.

2018-05-09

All members of the Dewan Rakyat, Dewan Negara, and government officials with JUSA C ranking and above, will be obliged to make a declaration of assets and income.

2018-05-09

Pakatan Harapan Government will publish on an annual basis the full list of directorships held by Members of Parliament in state-owned enterprises at the federal or state levels, and all private companies, or as a consultant, together with the amount of allowances and other payments they receive.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will reintroduce the Parliamentary Services Act 1963, with improvements in certain matters so that the Act is suitable for today’s environment.

2018-05-09

The Speaker of the Dewan Rakyat and the President of Dewan Negara will be members whose integrity and credibility are respected by their peers.

2018-05-09

The Leader of the Opposition will be granted the status and provisions equivalent to a Federal Minister.

2018-05-09

To enable Parliament to play its proper role, sittings will take place at a minimum of 100 days per year.

2018-05-09

The Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee will be reserved for an opposition member of parliament.

2018-05-09

A Dewan Rakyat Select Committee will be established to monitor every Ministry, with the power to call Ministers and senior officials to testify.

2018-05-09

Ensure that the number of Senators appointed by the states is always higher than those appointed by the Federal Government so that the interest of the states are always protected.

2018-05-09

The Attorney General shall be appointed from amongst the qualified Members of Parliament.

2018-05-09

The position of Public Prosecutor will be held by another independent individual who can act without partisan interest. The person will lead Malaysia’s Public Prosecutor Office, enjoying autonomy to exercise his prosecutorial powers.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will ensure a fair ratio in future delimitation exercises.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will free the Election Commission from the grips of the Prime Minister and other politicians by placing the Election Commission fully under Parliamentary monitoring.

2018-05-09

Appointment of members of the Election Commission will be through the process of approval by the Parliament.

2018-05-09

A Special Committee will be formed under the Deputy Prime Minister to work with civil society in creating and publishing a guideline for a Caretaker Government.

2018-05-09

The need to clean up the electoral roll, improve postal voting, providing a minimum of 21 days for campaign period, provide fair access to the media for all competing parties, and provide accreditation and training early to the independent observers.

2018-05-09

To create a healthy competition, the Pakatan Harapan Government will allow all registered parties who are contesting in the election to have air time on TV channels and radio stations run by RTM.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will lower the voting age limit to 18 years. Registration will be automatic based on details at the National Registration Department.

2018-05-09

A new Political Financing Control Act will be introduced.

2018-05-09

In the first year of our administration, Pakatan Harapan will set up a Special Committee to examine views on the mechanisms necessary to ensure that laws relating to political financing are firm and have integrity.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will finance the associations for former police and military personnel, with an initial allocation of at least RM500,000 a year for each association.

2018-05-09

Politically-motivated monitoring will be stopped.

2018-05-09

The financial allocation to the RMP will be increased.

2018-05-09

To guarantee the welfare of retired military and policemen, the pension rates will be reviewed and adjusted to the current cost of living.

2018-05-09

The budget for training will also be increased.

2018-05-09

To eliminate conflict of interest, the amount of allowances received by Board members of national and state GLCs will be published annually in a format that can easily be checked by the public.

2018-05-09

A Parliamentary Committee will be set up to receive regular reports from the Government Investment Division at the Ministry of Finance on the performance of our GLCs.

2018-05-09

Pakatan Harapan Government will replace the GST after it has been abolished with a new Sales ad Services Tax that is fairer and does not burden the population and businesses.

2018-05-09

UKAS currently operates without transparency under the Prime Minister's Department. Pakatan Harapan will move it to the Ministry of Finance.

2018-05-09

Information about contracts that have been awarded will be posted online so that the public and civil society can check them.

2018-05-09

To finance the responsibilities the Pakatan Harapan Government will return to the states, at least 10 percent of income tax generated in a state will be returned to that state.

2018-05-09

In the first three years of Pakatan Harapan's administration, 50 percent on development expenditure will be ring-fenced for the five poorest states, namely Sabah, Sarawak, Kelantan, Terengganu and Perlis.

2018-05-09

Division of rights and responsibilities as listed in the Ninth Schedule of the Federal Constitution will be respected, and changes to the Ninth Schedule that may increase federal powers will be minimised.

2018-05-09

The power of the states will be strengthened by decentralising suitable jurisdictions, such as the powers to administer public transportation, welfare, social services, agriculture, and environmental protection.

2018-05-09

The National Human Rights Blueprint will be improved and implemented in full.

2018-05-09

The appointment of SUHAKAM Commissioners will be done through a parliamentary committee.

2018-05-09

SUHAKAM’s Annual Report will be debated in Parliament so that proposals receive the appropriate attention

2018-05-09

Suitable international conventions that are not yet ratified will be ratified as soon as possible, including the International Convention on Civil and Political Rights.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will revoke the Sedition Act 1948

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will revoke the Prevention of Crime Act 1959

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will revoke the Printing Presses and Publications Act 1984

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will revoke the Mandatory death by hanging in all Acts

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will abolish draconian provisions in the Penal Code 1997 especially on peaceful assembly and activities harmful to democracy

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will abolish draconian provisions in the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will abolish draconian provisions in the Peaceful Assembly Act 2012

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will abolish draconian provisions in the Prevention of Terrorism Act (POTA) 2015

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will revoke the Universities and University Colleges Act 1971

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will abolish draconian provisions in the Security Offences (special measures) Act 2012 (SOSMA)

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will revoke the National Security Council Act 2016

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will also set up a Media Council.

2018-05-09

To ensure an effective check and balance, the Pakatan Harapan Government will revoke all clauses that prevent the Court from reviewing decisions of the Government or the laws introduced by the Government.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will dissolve the National Civics Bureau (BTN).

2018-05-09

Universities and University Colleges Act 1971 will be revoked because it is oftentimes abused to suppress freedom of students.

2018-05-09

The National Service Program (PLKN) will be abolished because it is not able to achieve the desired aims and objectives.

2018-05-09

Public universities as well as secondary schools will be given incentives to conduct student exchange activities as well as a study tour of Sabah, Sarawak and the Peninsula to encourage more interaction and mutual recognition of each other.

2018-05-09

A Commission on Charities and Non-Profit Organisations will take over the responsibilities of the Registrar of Societies and Companies Commission of Malaysia.

2018-05-09

The National Integrity Plan (NIP) report will be tabled and debated in Parliament annually.

2018-05-09

The Deputy Prime Minister will assume the role of Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Malaysian Institute of Integrity.

2018-05-09

To double our diplomatic efforts and accelerate bilateral negotiations between Malaysia and Indonesia and the Philippines to resolve extra territorial issues.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will increase resources and capacity of the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency.

2018-05-09

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) will focus on protecting the borders of the country and take firm action against any perpetrators irrespective of their position.

2018-05-09

The Ministry of Finance will be instructed to prepare mid-term reports to enable Members of Parliament to assess the country’s financial performance.

2018-05-09

in the first year of administration, the Pakatan Harapan Government will conduct a comprehensive audit forensics for full information of the real financial situation of the country.

2018-05-09

The National Statistics Department will be directed to publish important socio-economic data regularly.

2018-05-09

Minimum wage will be raised to RM1,500 per month nationwide in the first term of the Pakatan Harapan Government.

2018-05-09

Pakatan Harapan Government promises to reduce the number of foreign workers from 6 million to 4 million in the first term of administration.

2018-05-09

A special agency will be established to take over BR1M management and introduce a structured cash transfer scheme.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will raise the minimum wage in Sabah and Sarawak to be equal to that of the Peninsular.

2018-05-09

8 Maternity leave will be fixed at 90 days.

2018-05-09

1 Strengthening the legal system to promote women’s right to equal pay for the same work, as well as ensuring transparent job promotional opportunities.

2018-05-09

3 Implement policies and programmes that will optimise women's capacity and increase their employment rate.

2018-05-09

4 Establish a systematic micro-credit scheme to provide opportunities for women entrepreneurs

2018-05-09

5 Establish specific policies and programs to increase women’s ownership of assets, their investment and savings rate.

2018-05-09

6 Provide incentives to employers to provide childcare facilities either at work or near the workplace.

2018-05-09

7 Enabling the domestic caregiving sector to grow in order to provide quality care for senior citizens, postnatal mothers, and to address other needs.

2018-05-09

2 Introduce a budget system based on the concept of gender- responsive budgeting.

2018-05-09

The Commission will consist of representatives from Peninsular, Sabah and Sarawak, who have expertise in relevant matters.

2018-05-09

The Commission will be directed to provide detailed reports to the government within six months from the date of establishment, for immediate execution.

2018-05-09

A Centre for Excellence for Persons with Disabilities will be created within the Institute Social Malaysia.

2018-05-09

Allocation for special education in government schools will be increased.

2018-05-09

Care centres will be placed directly under the wing of a newly established Commission on Charities and Non-Profit Organisations Commission so that they can receive appropriate and timely support

2018-05-09

1 Build 1 million affordable homes across the country within two terms of the administration of the Pakatan Harapan Government

2018-05-09

2 Expand the hire purchase scheme across the country, including for houses built by private developers.

2018-05-09

3 Create a special scheme to enable young people access their first housing loans easily.

2018-05-09

4 Take over building and maintenance of low-cost houses to reduce the burden of the population.

2018-05-09

3 Build 100 more green recreation areas throughout the country, including at least 10 water parks and extreme sports.

2018-05-09

5 Build an e-sports "stadium" with a complete infrastructure to help young people with the potential to advance in this field.

2018-05-09

6 Support the development of eco-sports infrastructure such as mountain climbing, cross-country cycling, obstacle races and other suitable sports in selected regions throughout the country.

2018-05-09

1 Offer free broadcasts via RTM of all major sports leagues around the world, including the Premier League.

2018-05-09

2 Build bicycle routes in cities throughout Malaysia through cooperation with local authorities.

2018-05-09

4 Build racetracks in certain areas to help young people who love motor sport to indulge in such activities safely.

2018-05-09

Pakatan Harapan acknowledges that inability to master English is a weakness in the country. The Pakatan Harapan Government will rectify this failure immediately. Pakatan Harapan will reduce teachers’ administrative burden so that they have more time to teach.

2018-05-09

Bilateral negotiations with the European Union and other countries will be pursued.

2018-05-09

Chambers of commerce, business associations and business networks will be given direct access to the relevant ministries and agencies.

2018-05-09

The Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) will be given the funds and authority to enable them to expand Good Regulatory Practices (GRP) and reduce the burden of unnecessary regulations.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will ensure women can reach the height of their careers without restrictions, promote flexible working hours for mothers who need to take care of their children and we will provide incentives to companies that provide support to their female employees.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will encourage continued investment from China and other Asian countries.

2018-05-09

5 Establish a local service centre as a referral place for women to seek advice to resolve any issues they may face

2018-05-09

3 Improve reproductive health awareness programmes among women of all ages so that they can protect themselves and their families from risks.

2018-05-09

4 Implement an awareness campaign for cervical and breast cancer prevention, as well as ensuring women attend mammogram and pap smear screening in government hospitals.

2018-05-09

6 Ensure urban and rural planning takes into account the safety of women and girls.

2018-05-09

5 Halve the broadband cost and at the same time increase its speed so that more opportunities can be enjoyed by young people.

2018-05-09

The right to negotiate via collective bargaining will be protected and advanced.

2018-05-09

Further, the Pakatan Harapan Government will focus on creating 1 million quality jobs to ensure social mobility of our citizens to increase the middle class.

2018-05-09

The number of foreign workers will be gradually reduced and Ministers will be banned from issuing support letters to hire foreign workers.

2018-05-09

Recognising that Malaysia is hosting more than 150,000 refugees, including Rohingyas and Syrians, the Pakatan Harapan Government will legitimise their status by providing them with UNHCR cards and ensuring their legal right to work.

2018-05-09

To enable parents to continue working, the Pakatan Harapan Government will ensure that child care services are available for all children up to 12 years of age.

2018-05-09

All development projects must comply with international environmental protection standards before being granted approval.

2018-05-09

The logging quota will be enforced strictly so that our forests are conserved.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will streamline and implement regulations to protect marine life, wildlife and nature, and take punitive action against poachers and illegal loggers.

2018-05-09

To set up a "National Coordination Council for Climate Adaptation and Mitigation" that will coordinate the actions of the federal, state and local governments to address the challenges of climate change.

2018-05-09

The goal of reducing 40 percent carbon emissions by 2020 is one of the key administrative measures of the Pakatan Harapan Government.

2018-05-09

Efforts to build nuclear power plants will be stopped.

2018-05-09

Renewable energy through renewable resources will be increased from the current 2 per cent to 20 per cent by 2025.

2018-05-09

Pakatan Harapan Government will give priority to Sabahans and Sarawakians to fill vacancies at every level, especially the upper level in all central and state agencies.

2018-05-09

The tourism sector will be developed so that it contributes to job creation and development funds in addition to promoting the unique cultural, history and natural beauty of the local sites.

2018-05-09

The Pakatan Harapan Government will strengthen the rights of workers to establish trade unions and to select which union to join at their respective workplaces.

2018-05-09

2 Introduce women's health education programmes such as awareness of healthy lifestyle and other relevant activities.

2018-05-09

1 Create awareness and special training programmes to address women’s mental health problems such as depression

2018-05-09

8 Ensure employers attend regular training so that they are aware of sexual harassment at workplace and how to tackle it.

2018-05-09

4 Introducing administrative policies that would enable youths to reach their full potential.

2018-05-09

5 As many young people use motorcycles as their primary mode of transportation to work, the Pakatan Harapan Government will build more motorcycle lanes, parking areas and other infrastructure.

2018-05-09

1 To create 1 million jobs with a minimum salary of RM2,500 per month for young people in the first 5 years of the Pakatan Harapan Government ’s rule.

2018-05-09

2 To create 200,000 jobs in Sabah and Sarawak.

2018-05-09

3 To empower youths by setting up of Young Entrepreneurs’ Empowerment Fund. The Fund will receive RM1 billion annually.

2018-05-09

5 Freeing teachers from bureaucratic burden so they can concentrate fully on their task of educating future generations of Malaysia.

2018-05-09

7 Providing scholarships for FELDA settlers' family members to complete secondary and higher education.

2018-05-09

9 Expand the TVET schools in a more structured manner, by expanding German Dual Vocational Training (GDVT) schools across the country. Through these schemes, companies will be paid for conducting in-house training for TVET students.

2018-05-09

8 Defer the repayment of PTPTN loan to all borrowers who earn less than RM4000 per month and eliminate the policy of black listing borrowers’ who default on their payment

2018-05-09

2 Provide subsistence allowance to students from low-income families who secure places to public higher education centres.

2018-05-09

1 Guaranteeing good quality free public education at all levels, from pre-school, primary, secondary and tertiary education.

2018-05-09

3 Repeal Universities and University Colleges Act (AUKU).

2018-05-09

4 Foster creative thinking, critical and analytical thinking of the younger generation and prepare them with social, civic and leadership skills.

2018-05-09

6 Expand high quality early intervention programmes for children with disabilities.

2018-05-09

1 Establish Malaysian Women's Political and Leadership Training Institute to produce future female leaders.

2018-05-09

2 Ensuring that at least 30 percent of policy makers are women.

2018-05-09

3 Improve political party selection and election party system so that women's involvement can be enhanced.

2018-05-09

4 Introduce a system of audit that engages women at all level.

2018-05-09

5 To nurture the philosophy that "young woman are the future of the nation" as their main social responsibility is to mobilise the community for the future of the nation.

2018-05-09

3 Extend healthcare schemes. Such as the Health Care Scheme currently being implemented in Selangor, to other parts of the country.

2018-05-09

7 Cancelling motor vehicle license renewal charges

2018-05-09

9 Introduce RM100 monthly public transport card when using any public transport in the Klang Valley and in all cities in Malaysia.

2018-05-09

10 Introducing Marriage Incentive of RM500 for young couple below 35 years of age for their first marriage, which is the current practice in Selangor.

2018-05-09

1 To abolish GST and toll payment so that for young people are not burdened with daily expenses.

2018-05-09

2 Stabilise the price of petrol so that the youth will have more savings

2018-05-09

6 Ensure high-speed internet access to all towns and villages across the country.

2018-05-09

8 Increase the number of public buses by 10,000 nationwide to improve public transport connectivity.

2018-05-09

4 Provision of health insurance worth RM500 for young people with household income below RM3,000 per month.

2018-05-09

7 Promote the development of art activities by emulating the success of the George Town Festival in Penang which is an inclusive state-level art festival.

2018-05-02