Lawmaker questions 'monopoly' over Perak solid waste management

Modified 24 Jun 2020, 9:05 am

The Perak government has been urged to explain why it had awarded a solid waste management contract without open tender.

In a statement today, Tebing Tinggi legislative assemblyperson Abdul Aziz Bari (above) said the decision was opaque and could make garbage collection more expensive because the decision would lead to a monopoly.

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