Azmin announces Selangor exco portfolios

  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 01 Oct 2014

SHAH ALAM: Selangor Mentri Besar Azmin Ali (pic) announced the portfolios for himself and his 10 state executive councillors, Wednesday.

The list of portfolios is as follows:

1. Azmin Ali (PKR-Bukit Antarabangsa) - Chairman of Finance, Land Development, Natural Resources, State Economic Action Council and Information.

2. Datuk Teng Chang Khim (DAP-Sungai Pinang) - Chairman of Investment, Industry (SME) & Commerce and Transportation.

3. Iskandar Samad (PAS-Cempaka) - Chairman of Housing, Development Management (Pengurusan Bangunan) and Urban Living.

4. Elizabeth Wong (PKR-Bukit Lanjan) - Chairman of Tourism, Environment, Green Technology and Consumerism.

5. Ean Yong Hian Wah (DAP-Seri Kembangan) - Local Government, New Village Development and Legalising of Factories.

6. Dr Ahmad Yunus Hairi (PAS-Sijangkang) - Chairman of Islamic Affairs, Malay Customs, Rural Development and Village Traditions.

7. Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad (PKR-Seri Setia) - Chairman of Education, Human Capital Development, Science, Technology and Innovation.

8. V. Ganabathirau (DAP-Kota Alam Shah) - Chairman of Poverty, Compassionate Government and Plantation Workers.

9. Dr Daroyah Alwi  (PKR-Sementa) - Chairman of Health, Welfare, Women and Families Affairs.

10. Amirudin Shari (PKR-Batu Caves) - Chairman of Youth Generation Development, Sports, Cultural and Entrepreneurship development.

11. Zaidy Abdul Talib (PAS-Taman Templer) - Chairman of Infrastructure, Public Amenities and Agro-Based industry.
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