COVID19 | Permatang Pauh MP Nurul Izzah said there are frustrations and justified criticisms of the weaknesses in the country's governance, but it must not hinder the progress of the immunisation programme.
'It is our joint, bipartisan duty to see this immunisation programme through.'
In a statement today, Nurul Izzah (above) said there are frustrations and justified criticisms of the weaknesses in the country's governance, but it must not hinder the progress of the immunisation programme. Read more: malaysiakini.com »
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Weaknesses in country's governance? It is not even qualifier to be known as a 'government' at all. Just a bunch of morons bullying the democratic system in this country? Pencuri wang rakyat hidup mewah zaman darurat DGHisham no one can or is trying to hinder anything. We need to know why the delay and when can we be vaccinated? We are totally relying on the government, and all our mps from both sides of the divide should work together to solve this asap. Its a matter of life and death.
Teruskan usaha n_izzah kita perlu capai imunisasi kelompok You got some good sense girl n_izzah not just splashing venoms like many of the much older people. You and your age group shld head PKR anytime soon before it really goes rotten.