Gerakan on winding path to access info on reclamation projects

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Penang Gerakan leaders are prepared for the long and winding path to obtain access to agreements on reclamation projects inked when BN ruled Penang.

Today, its state leaders submitted their appeal to the state government to access agreements of three reclamation projects under the Freedom of Information Enactment 2010 (FOI).

State party acting youth chief Jason Loo submitted his application to a staff from the state secretariat office in Komtar today.

He had to fork out RM150 (RM50 each) for the application, considered first in the history of FOI, which will be decided by an Appeals Board.

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