Building A New Malaysia | Restructure, Reconstruct, Reform
Malaysia in Transition
The New Government's new policies to repair a structurally damaged Malaysia, improved inclusive benefits for all Malaysians, structural and institutional reforms to build a strong foundation, the corrupted brought to justice.......
New policies crafted by the New Government to improve the administration of the country, healthcare, education, housing, welfare, financial aid for the benefit of Malaysians
The New Government
The New Government that will build a better Malaysia
The Transition | Righting the Wrongs
Abolished GST to ease the cost of living, repeal Fake New Act... Read more >
The Transition | RM1Trillion Debts
Do we really have to pay RM1 trillion in debts? Read more >
The Transition | The 1MDB Saga
The 1MDB scandal Read more >
The Transition | Tabung Harapan
Malaysians crowdfunding to repay country's debts Read more >
The Transition | Removal of GST
Two important questions, are prices of goods & services are really going to come down and how is the government going to cover RM44bil in revenue?
Employment & Skills Development
Entrepreneurship & Businesses|
Government Loans & Grants
Digital Economy Development
The New Government | The Federal Government
Who are your New Cabinet Ministers? Read more >
The New Government | Council of Eminent Persons
The Old Guards have been included in the New Govt to assist in restructuring the country, who are they? Read more >
The New Government | Committee on Institutional Reforms
Professionals and Stakeholders of various causes are not left out to reform the country Read more >
The historical Malaysia's 14th General Election marks the beginning of the New Malaysia. 12,299,514 Malaysian voters went to the polls on May 9, 2018, and decided on the future of the country. The 82.32% turned out to vote for structural and institutional reforms and promises to improve everyday lives of ordinary Malaysians.
Malaysians Have Decided
The historical Malaysia's 14th General Election marks the beginning of the New Malaysia. 12,299,514 Malaysian voters went to the polls on May 9, 2018, and decided on the future of the country. The 82.32% turned out to vote for structural and institutional reforms and promises to improve the everyday lives of ordinary Malaysians.
Malaysians Have Decided | GE14 Results
What Did Malaysians Decide at GE14?
It was decided that at the Federal level, Pakatan Harapan which won 55% of the parliamentary seats to form the new Federal Government. At the Stae level, Pakatan with the lion share of seats to form state governments at seven out of the 12 states. The number was later increased to 8, with Sabah joining Pakatan governed states.