Federal and state governments need to be 'in sync', says Johor MB

26/9/2022 11:33:00 AM

Federal and state governments need to be 'in sync', says Johor MB

Politics, Onn Hafiz Ghazi

Federal and state governments need to be 'in sync', says Johor MB

SEGAMAT: Having state and federal governments with different views from one another will place a burden on the people, says Datuk Onn Hafiz Ghazi .

"The state and federal governments should be in sync with one another because there is a limit to what a state government can do to help the people."If the state and federal governments are wearing different shirts and do not have the same compassion and understanding, it will be hard for people in the state to get the needed help," he said at the 5A notices handing-over ceremony to Felda Pemanis second generation settlers here on Monday (Sept 26).

He said the people had given their trust and had chosen Barisan Nasional in 40 out of the 56 seats in the state.Onn Hafiz said he hoped what happened back in 2018 would not occur again, adding that the youth should be wary of the Opposition's false promises.

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"The state and federal governments should be in sync with one another because there is a limit to what a state government can do to help the people. "If the state and federal governments are wearing different shirts and do not have the same compassion and understanding, it will be hard for people in the state to get the needed help," he said at the 5A notices handing-over ceremony to Felda Pemanis second generation settlers here on Monday (Sept 26). “It’s the arrival of a very beautiful label. He said the people had given their trust and had chosen Barisan Nasional in 40 out of the 56 seats in the state. "You want to make sure that we're conserving capital. Onn Hafiz said he hoped what happened back in 2018 would not occur again, adding that the youth should be wary of the Opposition's false promises. The 48-year-old Brit joins 104 labels in the official line-up for the pret-a-porter spring-summer shows in Paris ― the most commercially important week of the fashion calendar. Article type: free . As a matter of legal principle, concerns have been raised on the constitutionality of such provisions.