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Check on use of funds

THE Negri Sembilan DAP chairman has urged the Public Accounts Committee to carry out a detailed investigation into the use of allocations under the Special Fund Expenditure Programme by state governments.

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PWD verifying claims for aborted bridge

Officials of the Public Works Department (PWD) have to comb through seven volumes of documents to justify the compensation claims submitted by Gerbang Perdana for the aborted Johor bridge project.

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Cabinet to discuss alleged misuse of tsunami fund

DATUK Seri Nazri Aziz said he will raise the issue regarding the alleged misuse of the Special Fund for tsunami aid at the next Cabinet meeting.

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Shahrir: Up to Umno members to decide

It is up to Umno members in their wisdom to decide if they want to allow Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad to speak as a delegate during the party's general assembly in November, Umno supreme council member Datuk Shahrir Abdul Samad said.

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PAC seeks wider powers

The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) wants more powers to allow it to have a bigger role in discussing matters affecting public funds.

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Youth deputy chief willing to explain further if needed

Umno Youth deputy chief Khairy Jamaluddin is prepared to give further explanations if any of the movement's divisions are not happy with his previous answers.

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Bad calls led to Matrade mess

Poor decisions by the Finance Ministry and the Public Works Department led to mismanagement and loss of funds in the Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (Matrade) building project.

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Give 9MP projects ‘to only the qualified’

It is crucial that projects under the Ninth Malaysia Plan be given to qualified and experienced contractors so that the Government does not waste its resources spending millions again to repair any damage later on.

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Gerbang Perdana denies submitting ‘outlandish claims’

Gerbang Perdana Selatan Bersepadu Sdn Bhd has denied submitting 'outlandish claims' for compensation following the cancellation of the Johor bridge project, which according to the Works Ministry had ballooned from RM100mil to RM360mil.