Budget 2024: RM18mil allocated for legislative reforms, RM38mil for judicial efficiency


PETALING JAYA: RM18mil has been allocated to facilitate legislative reforms including preparations for the implementation of alternative sentences to the mandatory death penalty.

Another RM38mil has been allocated to enhance the productivity of the country's judiciary institution. This allocation covers priorities such as the renovation of infrastructure and the upgrading of outdated and damaged court ICT facilities.

This also includes RM20mil to strengthen the independent Judicial Academy and the syariah Judicial Academy to train superior court judges in a more organised and effective manner.

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