NGOs mark 'death' of Penang govt's CAT policy with white flowers

  • Nation
  • Friday, 09 Nov 2018

GEORGE TOWN: A group of more than 30 protestors placed a bunch of white flowers under a tree across the road from the Penang state assembly building here on Friday (Nov 9) to mark the "death" of the state government's competency, accountability and transparency (CAT) policy.

Penang Forum steering committee member Khoo Salma Nasution claimed that the state government did not practise the CAT policy when it came to environmental concerns in the state.

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