Report: New road connecting Malaysia-Indonesia not yet a priority
JAKARTA, Sept 14 — The Indonesian government said a new route connecting its country with Malaysia through the Melaka Strait is not their priority at the moment, according to...
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Wednesday, 14 Sep 2022 7:52 PM MYT JAKARTA, Sept 14 — The Indonesian government said a new route connecting its country with Malaysia through the Melaka Strait is not their priority at the moment, according to local media.Bisnis.Judge Datuk Muhammad Jamil Hussin allowed Muhammad Shafee's application after deputy public prosecutor Afzainizam Abdul Aziz did not object to it.com reported that Malaysia’s proposal for the new route has not been discussed by the Indonesian government until now."When the law was debated in Parliament, the minister said the loophole could be closed by the party’s constitution so that is what we are doing.A spokesperson for Indonesia’s Ministry of Public Works and Housing was quoted as saying that the matter should be studied (by the Indonesian side) first so that it can be used as the basis of government policy.This is because the King’s counsel, Geoffrey Robertson, needs time to study the documents first, before he can give any advice or recommendation to Muhammad Shafee, he said, adding that his client would return the passport to the court on Sept 22.“In recent years, I have never heard the ministry discuss this issue at the level of technical cooperation in the framework of Indonesia-Malaysia bilateral relations,” said Endra S.
Atmawidjaja.The 70-year-old lawyer surrendered his passport to the court in September 2018, after he was charged with two counts of receiving money amounting to RM9.Sim said 3,672 delegates are eligible to attend the special congress which will be held at the Ideas Convention Centre in in Shah Alam, Selangor next week.Last week the Melaka state government announced plans to build a 120-kilometer new route (either tunnel or bridge) from Masjid Tanah, Melaka, to Dumai, Riau.According to Bisnis.He is also facing two charges of engaging in transactions resulting from illegal activities, namely submitting incorrect tax returns and in violation of Paragraph 113(1)(a) of the Income Tax Act 1967 for the financial years ending Dec 31, 2013, and Dec 31, 2014.com, the proposal for the construction of a bridge was submitted by the government of Riau Province and Malaysia 10 years ago, but was not realized because it was not a priority of the Indonesian government.The Bill was also part of the memorandum of understanding signed between Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob and the PH coalition.“I haven’t thought about it (the Melaka bridge),” said Indonesia’s Minister of Public Works at that time, Djoko Kirmanto, adding that “internal matters of the country must be resolved first before things related to the outside.The oral submission has been fixed for this Sept 15.
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