Govt's stance on 3R issue, resolving plight of undocumented residents among focus of Dewan Rakyat today

KUALA LUMPUR: The government's stance on the issue of Religion, Race and Royalty (3R), as well as the resolution to the plight of undocumented residents are among the focus of the Dewan Rakyat sitting today.

According to the Order Paper on Parliament's website, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin (PN-Pagoh) will ask the Home Minister to state the government's position on the 3R issue and the legal basis used to prohibit Malaysians from touching on the matter.

Muhyiddin will pose the question during the Oral Question and Answer session.

In the same session, Lo Su Fui (GRS-Tawau) will ask the Home Affairs Minister to state efforts to resolve the issue of residents who do not have documents due to late registration, the death of parents, loss of marriage certificate, and other matters.

Datuk Dr Suhaili Abdul Rahman (PN-Labuan), meanwhile, will ask the Transport Minister to state why Malaysia Airlines terminated Brahim's Food Services Sdn Bhd's inflight catering service before appointing a new caterer as a replacement.

Today's (October 23) sitting will also see the debate session on the 2024 Budget enter its fifth day, after being tabled by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim on October 13.

Based on the Dewan Rakyat calendar, the 2024 Supply Bill will be debated at policy level for eight days, before a four-day session for replies from ministers begins October 30.

Members of Parliament will participate in the debate on the Bill at committee level for 12 days beginning November 6.

The current Dewan Rakyat meeting sits for 32 days from October 9 to November 30. – Bernama

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