Police budget formula helps BN to maintain power

comments     Liew Chin Tong     Published     Updated

MP SPEAKS As Parliament concludes the debate on Budget 2013 this afternoon with the debate on the allocation for the Home Ministry, it is very sad to note that budgetary figures of 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 show that the Barisan Nasional government is more interested in using the police to maintain power than to fight crime.

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