• Parliament Questions: 1st Session 2014 (10.3.2014 – 10.4.2014)

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    Questions for the First Parliamentary Session 2014 – Dr. Ong Kian Ming, Member of Parliament for Serdang

    Oral Questions

    1)     Dr. Ong Kian Ming (Serdang) asks the Minister of Defense to explain the reason as to why Mejar Zaidi Ahmad was charged for making a report on the problems of indelible ink despite the fact that the Chairman of the Election Commission has admitted that there were problems with the indelible ink.

    2)     Dr. Ong Kian Ming (Serdang) asks the Minister of Natural Resources and Environment to explain the reason as to why no action was taken, in accordance with the Wildlife Protection Act of 2010, against Rona Wildlife and Anson Wong who appear to be involved with wildlife smuggling as alleged by the Al-Jazeera program “The Return of the Lizard King.”

    3)     Dr. Ong Kian Ming (Serdang) asks the Minister of Natural Resources and Environment to state the actions which are being undertaken, to prevent the discontinuation of water treatment by Puncak Niaga in Selangor due to the high levels of ammonia present in the affluent discharge from the IWK plant, inclusive of amending the Environmental Quality (Sewage and Industrial Effluents) Regulations 2009 and other relevant acts.

    4)     Dr. Ong Kian Ming (Serdang) asks the Minister of Education to explain the reason as to why Education Malaysia Global Services (EMGS) was allowed to charge up to RM1000 to process each visa for international students studying in Malaysia although it failed to achieve its KPI of processing one visa within 14 days.

    5)     Dr. Ong Kian Ming (Serdang) asks the Minister of Education for the latest status of SRJK (C) Kajang which the government has promised since 2008 as well as the status of SRJK (C) Bandar Sungai Long.

    6)     Dr. Ong Kian Ming (Serdang) asks the Minister of Transport to state the completion date for the multi-storey car park at KTM Serdang which has been abandoned for a long period of time.

    7)     Dr. Ong Kian Ming (Serdang) asks the Minister of Finance to explain why an agreement between PFI Development Sdn. Bhd. and the Federal Land Commissioner was signed whereby land owned by the Federal Land Commissioner was mortgaged in order to loan RM20 billion to the federal government.

    8)     Dr. Ong Kian Ming (Serdang) asks the Minister of the Federal Territories to state the estimated amount of solid waste which will be produced daily in Kuala Lumpur in the year 2020 according to the latest Kuala Lumpur Structure Plan 2020.

    9)     Dr. Ong Kian Ming (Serdang) asks the Minister of Works to explain why the Malaysian Highway Authority (MHA) refuses to allow the construction of a U-turn before the Sungai Long Toll Plaza (from Sungai Long) at the SILK Highway considering that a U-turn has been built on the KESAS Highway before the USJ exit and on the SILK Highway before the Bukit Kajang Toll.

    10) Dr. Ong Kian Ming (Serdang) asks the Minister of Finance to state the amount spent on advertisements to promote GST in 2013 and the amount that will be spent in 2014.

    Written Questions

    1)     Dr. Ong Kian Ming (Serdang) asks the Minister of Home Affairs to state the amount of prison detainees in Malaysia according to state, race and gender at the end of 2013. 

    2)     Dr. Ong Kian Ming (Serdang) asks the Prime Minister to state the number of voters for each parliamentary and state seat in Malaysia according to the latest electoral roll.

    3)     Dr. Ong Kian Ming (Serdang) asks the Minister of International Trade and Industry to list the number of Approved Permits (AP) for each company according to car model.

    4)     Dr. Ong Kian Ming (Serdang) asks the Minister of Home Affairs to list the number of foreign spouses in Malaysia according to nationality.

    5)     Dr. Ong Kian Ming (Serdang) asks the Minister of Education to state the amount spent on advertisements to promote the National Education Blueprint in 2013 and the amount that will be spent in 2014.

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