Youth-run ‘Parlimen Digital’ ends Day One with aye on economic boost package

Alyaa Alhadjri


The first-ever virtual 'Parliament session' in Malaysia today passed a motion on the need to launch an economic booster package targeted specifically towards the youth.

Organised by a group of youth NGOs, the motion debated by 24 representatives was passed at the end of three-hour proceedings chaired by constitutional lawyer Lim Wei Jiet who took on the role of a speaker...

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