NACP 1.4

Enhancing Parliamentary Authority and Governance Administration

ANALYSIS

In Progress

Sub-promise with its alignment with specific PH Manifesto promises

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PH MANIFESTO 16

Parliamentary reform

 

NACP 1.4.1 – To enforce Parliament’s power in punishing for contempt of Parliament in order to compel Ministers, civil servants and citizens to appear before committees and to supply information

In Progress

PH MANIFESTO 16

Parliamentary reform

 

NACP 1.4.2 – To introduce Members of Parliament Code of Conduct to
be enforced by the Committee of Privileges of Parliament
in order to compel Ministers, civil servants and citizens to
appear before committees and to supply information

PH MANIFESTO 16

Parliamentary reform

NACP 1.4.3 – To insist on all audit reports be presented to the Parliament (without withholding, fabricating and modifying any information) and if in any case it involves security or national interest, it shall then be carried out under Standing Order 93 of the Dewan Rakyat

PH MANIFESTO 16

Parliamentary reform

NACP 1.4.4 – To introduce a Code of Ethics via Parliamentary Standing Orders for Members of Parliament (both Ruling and Non Ruling Parties) to adhere to

In Progress

PH MANIFESTO 16

Parliamentary reform

NACP 1.4.5 – To require the elected Speaker of Dewan Rakyat to resign from any of the post held by him/ her in any political party; to appoint one of the Deputy Speakers of Dewan Rakyat from the members of the Opposition

16 July 2018

Datuk Mohamad Ariff Md Yusof (pic) had relinquished his posts in Parti Amanah Negara a day before his name was proposed to Dewan Rakyat as the new Speaker. 

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PH MANIFESTO 16

Parliamentary reform

NACP 1.4.6 – To introduce a written guideline on the role of the caretaker Government

PH MANIFESTO 16

Parliamentary reform

NACP 1.4.7 – To establish a Parliamentary training arm for Members of Parliament

In Progress

PH MANIFESTO 16

Parliamentary reform

NACP 1.4.8 – To establish a Parliamentary Select Committee on Expenditure to examine the thrust of Government’s monetary policies on income and expenditure

In Progress

PH MANIFESTO 16

Parliamentary reform

NACP 1.4.9 – To enhance the jurisdiction of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) to cover all institutions, receiving and generating funds, be it a Ministry or any Government Related Entity

15 July 2019 –  The Education and Finance ministries have been taken to task by the Auditor General for re-appointing a contractor responsible for a ‘sick project’ involving the construction of the Perlis Sports School (SSM Perlis)

15 July 2019 – The Film in Malaysia Incentive (FIMI) programme, set up to assist local filmmakers and promote Malaysia as an international filmmaking destination, has yet to be fully utilised.

15 July 2019 – A total of 10 contracts worth more than RM12 million related to the PERMATApintar programme at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) were signed by officers who were not authorised to do so.

PH MANIFESTO 16

Parliamentary reform

NACP 1.4.10 – To propose a Public Appointments Bill 2018 to regulate the exercise of Executive Power in respect of Public Appointments to certain constitutional and statutory offices

In Progress

PH MANIFESTO 16

Parliamentary reform

NACP 1.4.11 – To re-enact the Parliamentary Service Act 1963

Parliamentary services commission to be set up in 2020, says Liew

28 November 2019

The Parliamentary Services Commission is expected to be established next year, in an attempt to increase the Parliament’s power of autonomy, said Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Liew Vui Keong. The Dewan Rakyat Speaker Mohamad Ariff Md Yusof and Liew have met several times to discuss about it. 

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Under revised 11MP, Parliamentary Services Act set to return in push for better governance

18 October 2018

Putrajaya is seeking reinstate the Parliamentary Services Act 1963 (PSA) as part of a slew of plans being proposed to improve governance, as the issue becomes the focus of a Malaysia Plan for the first time. 

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Govt in talks to reinstate Parliament Services Act

21 July 2018

The government is holding discussions to restore the integrity of Parliament without any interference by reinstating the Parliament.

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PH MANIFESTO 16

Parliamentary reform

NACP 1.4.12 – To establish separate Parliamentary Select Committee (PSC) to oversee Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), Ombudsman Malaysia (Previously known as Public Complaints Bureau) and Election Commission of Malaysia

18 July 2019

The parliamentary select committee on major public service appointments is to determine the key appointments to four commissions. Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today these are the chairmen and members of the Election Commission, Judicial Appointments Commission and Human Rights Commission (Suhakam) as well as the chief commissioner of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC). 

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21 Dec 2018The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission is in the midst of fine tuning several measures in its transformation into a service commission including allowing it to decide on the appointment of its own chief commissioner.

Its chief commissioner Datuk Seri Mohd Shukri Abdull said some of the things that could be done include suggesting the appointment through the Parliamentary Select Committee (PSC), adding that the appointment of PSC would require the MACC Act to be amended in Parliament.