What the people expected from BN are -
1. Affordable houses.
My First House Scheme (Skim Rumah Pertamaku)
My First House Scheme (Skim Rumah Pertamaku) was introduced in Budget 2011 to provide first time home buyer 100% home loan financing for residential property priced below RM220,000. That means no down payment is required. The 10% down payment will be actually guaranteed by Cagamas Bhd. Bear in mind, the scheme is entitled only for those with family income below RM3,000.
First announced last October in Budget 2011 and officially launched in March by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, the scheme (My First Home) is aimed at helping young professionals between 18 and 35 to own a home priced between RM100,000 and RM220,000. At the launch, Najib expressed his hope that the private sector would view participation in the scheme as a corporate social responsibility (CSR) activity, and not as a venture to profit from.
2. Abundant of employment opportunities.
The Economic Transformation Program (ETP) will result in Malaysia becoming a high income nation with GNI per capita of RM 48'000 or USD 15'000 by 2020. This will be a private led sector transformation with 92% of the over RM 1.4trillion of investment required coming from the private sector. The ETP will raise income levels across Malaysia by creating an additional 3.3 Million Jobs, over 60% of which will be in medium-income or high income salary brackets.
3. Efficient Transportation Systems
Here are the estimated total project values for the future public transport plan in Malaysia:
- RM7 billion – For Light Rail Transit (LRT) extension works
- RM36 billion – For Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) system construction and design
- RM2 billion – For MRT station and MRT line land acquisition
- RM3 billion – For all the vehicles that move on a railway (rolling stock)
- RM2 billion – For MRT underground commercial space development
4. Principle Centered Government who takes action on all corruption cases without prejudice.
The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) under the charge of Abu Kassim has dragged to court big fish and small fish, including a Tun and a former Minister. Last week, the conviction of BN Adun for Lenggeng marked another victory, although it was bitter-sweet at best, the dude going down for a RM2.000 bribe. Some crooks have escaped the net because their lawyers are too damn good or the cases against them not strong enough.The latest in the string of successes is the sensational bust of 62 customs officers nationwide, including nine female officers. In one swoop, Abu Kassim has established his intention of going after "systemic corruption". This will surely make a lot of people look over their shoulders - me next? We all want this beloved country of ours to be free of corruption. Abu Kassim is trying to do that for all of us. In the process, he is making a lot of enemies and the MACC has been subjected to a lot of bad press, an inquest, and an on-going Royal Commission of Inquiry.
5. Efficient , service oriented and friendly Government Agencies and Civil Servants, bottom up.
Launched in 2005, myGovernment is the Malaysia government's official portal. The myGovernment initiative was undertaken by Malaysia Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit (MAMPU), a central agency under the Prime Minister Department. The portal provides directory of government information and services and features online services (myServices, myForms, myBayar, myNews), downloadable forms, polling, myCommunity, government machinery, directory, tender notices, job vacancies, policies and public complaints. The portal also has information for citizen, business and non-citizen.
Launched by the Performance Management and Delivery Unit (PEMANDU) to seek the rakyat's ideas and suggestions for the on-going 8 Labs. Opinions are valuable to make GTP a success. Thus, everybody is encouraged to share their ideas and suggestions to make these Labs a success. GTP will focus on what the rakyat wants and needs ("People First") through ensuring fast delivery of results ("Performance Now") to contribute to 1Malaysia and Vision 2020. The 6 National Key Result Areas (NKRAs) identified to spearhead the Government's transformations are: Widening access to affordable and quality education; Improving urban public transport in the medium-term; Combating corruption; Reducing crime rate; Improving infrastructure in rural areas; Improving standards of living of low income households. The aim of GTP is two-fold - transform the government to be more effective and accountable; catapult Malaysia into an advanced, united, safe and just society with a high quality of life for all.
Incorporated on February 17, 2000 as I.T. Marvel Sdn Bhd. Renamed My E.G. Dot Com Sdn Bhd before assuming the present name on October 13, 2001. The company was public listed on April 13, 2005. MYEG's main objectives are development and implementation of E-Government services and the provision of other related services for the E-Government initiative. MYEG is a concessionaire for the E-Government MSC Flagship Application and provides the electronic link between the Government and the citizens and businesses. MYEG's businesses are categorised into 2 divisions - G2C and GES. G2C refers to services such as driving theory test bookings, issuance and renewal of licences, electronic bill payment and payment (EBPP) as well as online information services such as traffic summons checking and electronic bankruptcy or liquidation status searches (E-Insolvency). GES are non-Internet based services. The MYEG official website features CDL and road tax renewal, LDL application, JPJ booking and more.
6. Cheap consumer products and services. / 7. The government must check the rise of inflation.
8. Younger and new candidates for Dewan Undangan Negeri and Parlimen seats with clean track record but performing old horses must be retained.
We wait for the 13th Election coming soon !