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    Half-bridge: Taxpayers the victims again

    Being unable to meet Singapore's request for 'sand' and 'air space' were the primary reasons for going ahead with the half/scenic/crooked bridge and spending more than RM100 million so far.

    Hence, if Malaysia had continued with the half-bridge, Johoreans' concerns about 'sand' and 'air space' would not have been compromised.

    This reason for abandoning the bridge project does not gel even half-way.

    So what is the real reason?

    Irrespective of the reasons, someone is going to be legally richer by more than RM100 million of the taxpayers' money at a time when the taxpayers are being asked to pay a lot more for petrol/ diesel to meet government shortfalls.