Rep claims PM's stimulus package fails to address Penang's woes

Susan Loone

Modified 30 Mar 2020, 4:10 am

CORONAVIRUS |A PKR assemblyperson has claimed that Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin's RM250 billion stimulus package falls short in addressing Penang's needs.

Bukit Tengah's Gooi Hsiao Leung said more thought and planning should have been put in the package so that it can be holistic instead of benefitting only certain quarters.

"Penang is an opposition state and our resources are limited, it is hoped that the prime minister can see beyond politics and be inclusive when dishing out financial aid...

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