BN Assemblyman proposes for representatives to take turns in the first 46 questions

SHAH ALAM, 4 Dec: Sulaiman Abdul Razak (BN-Permatang) suggested for the Selangor State Assembly to be fair to every Assemblyman to bring up at least one question in the first 46 questions for verbal questions.

He said that this is to ensure that every Assemblyman has room to put forth questions to the state government, especially if the issue is important.


“After being deducted by the amount from the government of 10 people, the Assembly cannot be fair by giving the opportunity to Assemblymen to put forth at least one question in the first 46 questions.

“It is to ensure that each Assemblyman feel that their question is important because sometimes our questions fall on the 300th turn.

“If possible, let all Assemblymen have the same chance except for Assemblymen who did not sen in questions,” he said during the Selangor State Assembly session today.

In addition, Sulaiman also suggested for each Assemblyman to ask two questions in the first 100 questions during the question and answer session.

“If every Assemblyman gets two questions in 100 questions, it is a tribute to the Assemblymen who ask the questions,” he added.


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