Ramanan confident that all MPs will be ready and committed to debate royal address

  • Nation
  • Monday, 26 Feb 2024

KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Ramanan Ramakrishnan believes all MPs will be fully prepared and participate in the debate on the royal address by the King of Malaysia which starts on Tuesday (Feb 27).

The Entrepreneurs Development and Cooperatives Deputy Minister said this after the royal address at the opening of the First Meeting of the Third Session of the 15th Parliament in the Parliament building on Monday (Feb 26).

"In the royal address, MPs who will be attending the Parliament session tomorrow are urged to make optimal use of the debate session to give their inputs and cooperation when carrying out their duties to help the people and develop the nation.

"His Majesty, the King of Malaysia also urged Members of Parliament to engage in a cordial debate by following the procedures and abide by the rules of the Dewan Rakyat,” he said in a Facebook post on Monday.

Earlier, during the opening ceremony of the First Meeting of the Third Session of the 15th Parliament, His Majesty Sultan Ibrahim gave reminders, advice and views on various topics, among them the character and behaviour of Members of the Senate and Members of the House of Representatives, the country’s debt and political stability.- Bernama

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