Teachers and Kemas staff can get involved in politics, says PM | New Straits Times

KOTA BARU: The government has decided to allow teachers under the Education Ministry as well as staff of the Community Development Department (Kemas) to get involved in politics, with immediate effect.

22/1/2022 7:26:00 AM

NSTnation The government has decided to allow teachers under the Education Ministry as well as staff of the Community Development Department (Kemas) to get involved in politics, with immediate effect.

KOTA BARU: The government has decided to allow teachers under the Education Ministry as well as staff of the Community Development Department (Kemas) to get involved in politics, with immediate effect.

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Rosmah's application to challenge Sri Ram's appointment to be heard on July 6

KUALA LUMPUR: The application of Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor (pic) to challenge the appointment of Datuk Seri Gopal Sri Ram as senior deputy public prosecutor in the RM1.25bil solar hybrid project case and nullify the entire trial proceedings since 2018 will be heard on July 6. Read more >>