Sarawak “Pay Rise 3 Folds…?”

dunWould anyone from the Opposition bench go against such a bill? Doubt it,as all of them are beneficiaries too. However Chong did albeit very meekly only.

 The question which the ordinary rakyat are asking is very simple? Why Now? Of course we have our own interpretations which has political intonations attached to them.

Ha! You are reading it clearly now.You are absolutely correct and I didn’t say it. (simply,if it goes into my pocket should I make noise..??

(Lets put the font smaller so that one can magnify it later)…There is another which would have included a No Confidence Vote to you know who which was supposedly to be brought up at this DUN sitting. Circumstances/Timing have changed.

BUT WE ENLARGE THIS…They always say(“MONEY IN  FORGET ALREADY”..TRUE ENOUGH THE MOUTH)

Can be heard from the DUN corridors..(LET’S ENJOY THE PAY INCREMENT FOR NOW AND NEXT DUN SITTING WE COME TO IT..WHAT A MASTERSTROKE BY OUR MINISTER OF FINANCE.)

This extracted comment is another reason for this posting though is from the other side of the COIN…

{It,s not 200 % but more than 300 %.17 million allocated annually for lawmakers remuneration,one the highest pay in whole Msia though rakyat remain one of the poorest.The rich and famous diutamakan rakyat diketpikan}

The Bernama Article:-

The monthly remuneration of the Sarawak chief minister, deputy chief minister, ministers, assistant ministers and state assemblypersons will rise by about three-fold under a bill approved today by the state legislative assembly.

The Members of the Administration and Members of Dewan Undangan Negeri (Remuneration, Pensions and Gratuities) Bill 2013 also provides for an increase in the remuneration for the state assembly speaker, deputy speaker and political secretaries.

The remuneration of the chief minister will rise from RM13,000 to RM39,000; deputy chief minister, RM11,500 to RM35,000; senior minister and state assembly speaker, RM9,000 to RM30,000; ministers, RM9,000 to RM27,000; assistant ministers and assembly deputy speaker, RM7,000 to RM21,000; state assemblypersons, RM4,500 to RM15,000 and political secretaries, RM3,000 to RM9,000.

The bill provides for the increase in remuneration to take effect from Jan 1 last year. The last adjustment in the remuneration was in 1992.

Second Finance Minister Wong Soon Koh said a review of the remuneration was done in view of the increasing expectations of the people.

“Sarawak is as big as Semenanjung (the peninsula) and a lot of members of the Dewan Undangan Negeri (state assemblypersons) have to cover a large territory, particularly those who serve the rural areas,” he said.

Wong said the new bill would take effect by next week and the exercise was expected to incur RM17 million in state funds, inclusive of the backdated pay from last year.

- Bernama

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7 thoughts on “Sarawak “Pay Rise 3 Folds…?”

  1. Being one the poorest state but with the highest paid lawmakers.

    Gaji Taib 39000,Najib 23000, Muhiyyddin 18000, ministers swak 27000.Adun 15000,MP 6500.

    Swak paling kaa lol.What say Daaks ?

  2. Swa Boleh with Dayak support

    Bangunan DUN,300 million,termahal di Msia,Gaji ADUN paling tinggi .

    Developments paling mundur dan rakyat paling miskin.

    Annual budget 4000 million+ compare to kelantan with just 800 million +

    where has the money gone ???

  3. merger of 13 coalition parties of BN to a single party as Parti 1 Malaysia soon.

    Many branches will be closed for more effective services

  4. so there will no more PBB,SUPP,SPDP,PRS and others if unified BN party comes to reality soon.Ramai akan makan sendiri lah.

  5. Mana KUP kakitangan kerajaan negeri sarawak. Saya telah bekerja 20 tahun belum naik pangkat lagi . Janji KUP tiada ditunaikan.

  6. Pingback: DAP YB’s Good Payday..?? | Audie61's Weblog

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