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All of these countries have committed to fully float their petrol price like Malaysia and UAE eventually.
UAE has floated their petrol prices in July 2015 and is now priced similar to Malaysia – link
Bahrain increased their petrol price by 60% in Jan 2016 – link
Qatar implemented a 30% increase in Jan 2016 – link
Kuwait hiked by 80% in Aug 2016 – link
Prices in Libya has also increased but news is scarce for this as the country is still at war with ISIS.
Saudi increased its petrol price by 40% in Dec 2015 – link
Saudi is commited to increase their prices by another 80% soon – link
Iran increased prices by 75% in April 2014 – link
and then increased it again by another 40% in May 2015 – link
Nigeria increased its petrol price by almost 60% in May 2016 – link
Turkmenistan cancelled its free 120l petrol per month to its people and increased petrol price 1,100% in April 2014 – link
Since then, Turkmenistan is gradually cutting subsidies as their petrol prices rise – link
Although Venezuela increased petrol prices by 6,000% in Feb 2016, petrol prices are still cheap there but it is of no use since there are shortages and the country is going bankrupt – link
Pakatan cybertroopers are viralling this nearly 1-year old Forbes article. They deliberately screenshot the headline and one mention of 1mdb. And deliberately hid the full article, which doesn’t list Malaysia anywhere in that top 5 list- nevermind in the list of “Asia’s most corrupt country’s”.
Pakatan is yet again using misleading headlines to deceive the people.
If you read the full article, you will notice that the article gives the following top 5 “most corrupted” countries in Asia.
1. India: 69% bribery rate
2. Vietnam: 65% bribery rate
3. Thailand: 41% bribery rate
4. Pakistan: 40% bribery rate
5. Myanmar: 40% bribery rate
Malaysia is nowhere in the top 5. We are somewhere at the lower bottom with 23% while countries such as Cambodia 40%, Indonesia is at 32%, China 26%, Australia 4% and Taiwan at 6%.
The list is based on a question in one of Transparency International’s survey whether a person has given a bribe within the last year. (yes, you paying the police a bribe is included).
This is yet another example of the opposition’s deceit of the people. They have run out of arguments against the Government’s policies which benefit the rakyat.
So instead they have to resort to deceiving the people and creating FAKE NEWS.
FYI: Malaysia is ranked 55th out of 176th least corrupt country world-wide for the year 2016 by Transparency International’s corruption index.
How is it possible that a person like YB Kad Diskaun Durian RSN Rayer from DAP is elected into the Penang State Assembly and even made a state EXCO?
Here he is a few days ago, issuing threats to Puan Jahara, the BN ADUN from BN in the state assembly person over the issue of him asking for a durian discount card for Penang people.
Is this an elected rep or a common thug?
He is also the guy who is famous for his “Celaka” comments in the state.
Also the guy who took multiple selfies when he did “flood mitigation” efforts and proudly posted it on his FB.
He also ask people to blame god instead of the DAP Penang State Govt for the floods.
And people get upset with Kepala Babak kau?
Just days ago when Zahid Hamidi visited Penang by starting off with a warm hug given to Lim Guan, many opposition supporters were slamming the Prime Minister for his apparent-non showing. All over social media it was splashed across with comments like “where is Najis?”, “he is hiding under Rosmah’s skirt”, “Najib scared to come to Penang”. And today, DS Najib Razak silenced them all. He came without any political insignia or proudly displaying a BN or even an UMNO logo.
To be honest, I’m proud of our Prime Minister. He came by as a leader, not as a politician. He was in good spirits with the very same person who slammed him and his wife. He gave him much respect as the leader of a Malaysian state and he addressed the situation well. He shook hands with his opposers and treated them with much respect.
He went for his quick checks at the flood situations in the mainland. We were told that he may drop by our basecamp at Sungai Dua but didn’t eventually. It was perfectly fine with us as his efforts were more than enough.
He gave assurances that the Federal Government is considering a RM 1 billion stimulus package for the state of Penang to address their flood situation, mainly drainage in this. He immediately approved a RM 150 million aid for the state.
I hope from now on, Lim Guan Eng treats his political for with the same respect that he received.
Now, waiting for Tun M to visit the effected areas in Penang.