Malaysia PM to clarify Haj selection standards, HPV vaccine standing

Off the record for the B40, M40, and T20 teams in selecting Haj pilgrims for the 1444H season, in addition to the number of individuals to receive offers this 12 months, are expected to be discussed throughout today’s Dewan Rakyat session. Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim will tackle these considerations through the Minister’s Question Time, responding to questions from Abdul Latiff Abdul Rahman of Kuala Krai.
In the identical session, Yeo Bee Yin of Puchong is set to query the Health Minister relating to the standing of the HPV vaccination programme for over 500,000 women who missed their injections between 2020 and 2022. The acquisition of the HPV vaccine, with an allocation of RM120 million for 2023, may even be discussed.
Azli Yusof of Shah Alam will increase questions about whether or not the Domestic Trade and Cost of Living Ministry permits subsidised cooking oil packets to be resold as used cooking oil to the bio-diesel trade, given the excessive demand for used cooking oil as biofuel within the air transport sector.
During the query and answer session, Ikmal Hisham Abdul Aziz of Tanah Merah will ask the Defence Minister concerning the timeline for the restarted LCS 1 project and whether the ship’s construction can be completed as deliberate for commissioning by the Royal Malaysian Navy in 2026.
Datuk Shamshulkahar Mohd Deli of Jempol will question the Communications and Digital Minister on the decision to end Digital Nasional Berhad’s monopoly in providing 5G networks by permitting a 5G twin community mannequin by way of a brand new entity..

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