Reopening of schools, food prices to be discussed in Parliament Tuesday (Nov 30)


KUALA LUMPUR: The latest developments in school operations nationwide in phases are expected to be among the highlights at the Dewan Rakyat sitting on Tuesday (Nov 30).

According to the Order Paper, the question is expected to be raised by Abdul Latiff Abdul Rahman (PAS-Kuala Krai) to the Education Minister during Question Time, who wants to know about the acceptance of teachers, students and parents in general on the reopening of schools.

Also included in the session is a question from Lim Guan Eng (PH-Bagan) to the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister on the government's action to lower the price of goods, and the reasons behind the authorities' failure to curb price increases.

Another highlight is a question scheduled to be raised by Rubiah Wang (GPS-Kota Samarahan) to the Women, Family and Community Development Minister, who wants to know the ministry's initiatives and considerations to provide insurance schemes as financial assistance to senior citizens to cover their living costs in the future.

After the session, the conference will continue with the resumption of the debate session on the Supply Bill 2022 at the Committee level, for the Entrepreneur Development and Cooperatives Ministry, to be followed by the Works Ministry.

On Monday (Nov 29), the Committee level debate session involved the Youth and Sports Ministry, with the Dewan Rakyat approving the allocation of the Supply Bill 2022 of RM622,025,400. Also approved was the estimated operating expenditure of RM1,120,915,300, allocated to the Energy and Natural Resources Ministry in the 2022 Budget.

The current Dewan Rakyat will sit until Dec 16. – Bernama

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