The First 100 Days

In their election manifesto, Pakatan Harapan, the then opposition, promised Malaysians to change 10 things in their First 100 Days

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Immediate Changes

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The 10 Promises in 100 Days

Paving the Way for Future Changes

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Election Manifestos I 10 Promises in 100 Days

Institutional & Structural Reforms

 

Scandal-plagued institutions such as 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), the Federal Land Development Authority (FELDA), Majlis Amanah Rakyat (MARA), and Tabung Haji

Royal Commissions of Inquiry to investigate

reorganise their leadership structure

Sabah and Sarawak Rights

 

 

Review all mega projects

 

 

Minimum Wage

Institutional Changes

Sabah and Sarawak Rights

Set up a Special Cabinet Committee to properly enforce the Malaysia Agreement 1963.

Structural Reforms

Review all mega projects

Set up Royal Commissions of Inquiry on 1MDB, FELDA, MARA andTabung Haji, and to reform the governance of these bodies.

 

Cost of Living Reliefs

Goods and Services Tax (GST)

abolishing the GST is that it has become a credible source of revenue for the Govern­ment, contributing over RM40bil in revenue.

 

Stabilise furl prices
 

Targeted Fuel Subsidy

Fuel subsidy for motorcycles with engines below 125cc and cars under 1,300cc.

 

Minimum Wage

Equalise the minimum wage nationwide and start the processes to increase the minimum wage. Currently, the minimum wage in Peninsular Malaysia is RM1,000 and RM920 in Sabah, Sarawak, and Labuan.

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'Skim Peduli Sihat'

Skim Peduli Sihat scheme to provide RM500 healthcare subsidy to B40 households to receive treatment from private clinics

 

Debts and Savings

PTPTN Borrowers

Postpone repayment of education loan to the National Higher Education Fund Corporation for those earning below RM4,000

Abolish the blacklisting policy on loan defaulters

FELDA Settlers

To eliminate unnecessary debts that were forced on FELDA settlers

 

EPF Savings for Housewives

 

A New Malaysia

Election Manifestos 

I10 Promises in 100 Days

The Buku Harapan manifesto has revealed that there will be fuel subsidies for motorcycles with an engine of under 125cc and cars with an engine of under 1,300cc. 

3. To eliminate unnecessary debts that were forced on FELDA settlers
4. To introduce the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) scheme for housewives
5. To standardise the monthly minimum wages of employees across the whole country
PH has also promised to not just standardise the rates, but also increase the rate of minimum wages. 

In 2016, the minimum wage in Peninsular Malaysia was increased to RM1,000. Meanwhile, the minimum wage was increased to RM920 for Sabah, Sarawak, and Labuan that same year. 

6. To ease the burden of National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) loan, borrowers
It plans to allow borrowers to defer repayment if the borrower earns less than RM4,000 a month.

PH is also proposing to remove PTPTN's blacklisting policy, in which defaulters will not be allowed to renew their passports and they are barred from leaving the country.

7. To set up a Royal Commissions of Inquiry into scandal-ridden institutions
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PH said that this independent task force will be established to probe 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), the Federal Land Development Authority (FELDA), Majlis Amanah Rakyat (MARA), and Tabung Haji, and to reorganise their leadership structure
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8. To restore Sabah and Sarawak's autonomous rights, as enshrined in the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63)
9. To introduce 'Skim Peduli Sihat'

Through this scheme, RM500 worth of monetary assistance will be granted to the B40 class (Malaysian households earning RM3,900 a month or less) for them to have access to healthcare services at registered private medical institutions. 

10. To review all mega projects

PH has pledged to launch detailed studies on mega projects that have been awarded to foreign countries. 

A New Malaysia

A New Malaysia's First 100 Days - Abolish GST,  targeted petrol subsidies, Abolish FELDA settlers' debts, Increase & equalise minimum wage, Postpone PTPTN repayment, Royal Commissions Inquiry on 1MDB, FELDA, MARA,Tabung Haji, Special Committee for Malaysia Agreement 1963, RM500 Skim Peduli Sihat, Review megaprojects 

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