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A view of Parliament in Kuala Lumpur on March 19, 2021. – Photo by Yusof Mat Isa

KUALA LUMPUR, November 17 – The Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Communications and Multimedia are among the ministries expected to close debate on the 2022 budget bill (budget 2022) today.

This will be the third day of the closing of the debate, which will also include by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation and Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture.

The liquidation, by the relevant minister or deputy minister, will answer questions raised by 131 government and opposition MPs who debated the bill at the political level during the seven-day debate on the bill that started on November 1.

For the liquidation, it is scheduled over four days from last Monday, and so far, 17 ministries had participated.

Meanwhile, for the question and answer session, according to the Order Paper on Parliament’s official website, three of the first 10 questions would be for the Ministry of Rural Development.

They include the allocation of three Orang Asli villages in Tebrau parliamentary constituency from 2020 to September this year and why the ministry did not provide prefabricated houses for Orang Asli in Kampung Pasir Putih.

The other is about why running water was not connected to Kampung Pasir Salam.

Further questions would include by P. Prabakaran (PH-Batu) to the Minister of National Unity whether the Race Relations Act would be fair and equitable for all races in Malaysia. Bernama