Malaysia Pakatan Harapan Government 2018

Malaysian has seen it all. Many joined in, many also awaited patiently on unusual 14th General Election (GE14)'s delayed results announcement. On wee hours though, Malaysia for the first time ever seen the change of government from 61 years in reign Barisan Nasional (The National Front) to 2018 Pakatan Harapan (Alliance of Hope).

Of course as a democratic constitutional monarchy, Malaysia recognized Yang di-Pertuan Agong as 'he who was made lord', the monarch and head of state of Malaysia. Agong is basically the monach put high above as an ultimate symbol of Malaysian sovereignty.

Yang Di-Pertuan Agong XV Sultan Muhammad V
Then here are all elected leaders in Malaysian new 2018 government, formed after Pakatan Harapan won in GE14 helf on May 9th, 2018. Pakatan Harapan is an alliance of few other registered societies including BERSATU, PKR, DAP and Amanah, while also being supported by WARISAN in Sabah.

And here is the small cabinet set by the Prime Minister Department oversee by world oldest current prime minister, 92 years old 141 days Tun Mahathir, in order to run legit executive federal government ministry of Malaysia.
4th and now 7th Prime Minister of Malaysia Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad (BERSATU).
Malaysia 1st Female Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr. Wan Azizah Ismail (PKR)
Minister of Home Affairs Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin (BERSATU)
Minister of Finance Lim Guan Eng (DAP)
Minister of Defence Mohamad Sabu (Amanah)
Malaysia Pakatan Harapan Government 2018 Cabinet Ministers.

Total of 222 parliament seats contested in Malaysia GE14. PKR 104, BN 79, PAS 18, DAP (Sarawak) 9, Warisan 8, Bebas 3, Solidariti 1.

Tun Mahathir also announced the formation of Council of Elders to assist in term of giving out vital knowledge/ advisor to the new Pakatan Harapan government in order to help them deliver their 10 promises in 100 days manifesto.

Council of Elders, from left (1) Malaysia wealthiest billionaire Tan Sri Robert Kuok, (2) former 7th governor of Malaysia Central Bank Tan Sri Zeti Aziz, (3) former president and CEO of Petronas Tan Sri Hassan Marican, (4) prominent Southeast Asia economist Professor Jomo Kwame Sundaram and, (5) former finance minister Tun Daim Zainuddin.
Pakatan Harapan first 100 days in office promises.

10 Promises in 100 days
1. Since it is not easy to immediately abolish GST, government is implementing GST 0% starting June 1st, 2018. SST will be introduced with expected revenues of RM30 billion.
2. Current fuel prices will not be increased, any future increases in fuel prices will be subsidized by the government.
3. Felda RM47 million breach of trust case will be judged on June 8th, 2018.
4. Pakatan Harapan is aiming to give money back to the people's hand by increasing purchasing power, not just by raising minimum wage.
5. Every housewives will get 2% EPF allocation from husband, plus RM50 from Pakatan Harapan.
6. Delay asking for repayment from PTPTN student loan borrowers whom monthly salaries RM4000 and below.
7. 1MDB Auditor's Report (executive summary) is now declassified and available online for viewing.
8. PeduliSihat is readily available for all Selangor residents with income RM3000 and below. This access to basic healthcare program will be widened to all Malaysian soon.
9. WARISAN is aiming to champion in Sabah rights issue.
10. RM55 billion + RM11 billion ECRL already 14% in progress. RM70 billion KL-SG HSR probably going to be renegotiated and only be delayed.

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