PARLIAMENT | This came about during a question on the RM20,000 allocation for SIS.
Deputy minister Hannah Yeoh says there are 3,000 names on the registry at present.
The Women, Family and Community Development Ministry has also reduced the 10-page form to only three pages.
Rulings on dress code should be premised on functionality rather than appearances, she says.
They want parliamentary reforms to be institutionalised.
The deputy minister says parents who expose their children to danger can be charged under the Child Act.
Her statement comes a day after Bersatu takes in ex-Umno MPs.
The feasibility study report on the bill is being scrutinised and consultation will begin with stakeholders, says the deputy women's minister.
UPDATED 4.48PM | Teo Nie Ching says action will be taken to fix the matter.
'The rest, especially the first and second, I was embarrassed to repeat them in Parliament.'
PARLIAMENT | Other factors listed by the Syariah Department include differing political ideologies, snoring and fondness for shopping.
Hannah Yeoh responds to video of Nurulhidayah's daughter criticising the charges against her grandfather.
YOURSAY | ‘Nor Hisham should be the last appointed KL mayor, the next ought to be elected.’
This comes after she courted flak for speaking against 'Sarawak for Sarawakians' at a forum in Kuching.
UPDATED 3.40PM | She says parents, teachers and authorities must constantly check on children's safety.
The deputy minister says she looks forward to the Rembau MP's next move.
PARLIAMENT | Deputy women's minister also confirms that investigation paper has been submitted to the AG.
Hannah Yeoh says this should apply to all department heads for all ministries to help curb discrimination.
Deputy minister Hannah Yeoh also says the case underscores the ‘urgency’ of a Sexual Harassment Act.
According to the deputy minister, the current number falls far short of the 500,000 needed.
A government source, however, says a final decision has yet to be made.
She says it was the 12-year-old who made the decision to help his country instead of buying a drum set.
Tan Kok Wai also says it's irresponsible of DBKL to pin the blame for Ramadan bazaar issue on the Bukit Bintang MP.
The Segambut MP also urges the Transport Ministry to review toll charges in the Klang Valley to maximise road usage.