Bajet 2012 Malaysia
October 8, 2011 by staff
Bajet 2012 Malaysia, Although some complained of the mass of the cash management Najib brochures and housing assistance, some Malaysians feel Budget 2012 does not take into account and solve major national problems.
The ruling Barisan Nasional (BN) government proposed a cash distribution out of low-income households and all primary and secondary students across the country, promising that it will reduce the impact of rising costs of the Malays.
Those interviewed by The Malaysian Insider said that while Putrajaya “generous” in offering financial aid for low-and middle-income through Malaysians pay schemes and affordable housing, issues related to unemployment and purchasing power does not detected.
“While there are a lot of good initiatives in the budget of 2012, the main concerns as unemployment has not been addressed.
“Those who are already earning, their lives will be relatively better. What if I win? Only cash distribution will do the trick?” Asked Joshua Law Degree.
The 25-year-old said the government had not addressed the issue of inflation, saying he could not help but feel cynical about government assistance for public officials.
Also, age 28, Jennifer Tan, who works as a government pharmacist Sibu, Sarawak, said the government should have been taken more effective measures to provide employment opportunities for graduates.
“I’m skeptical that the government provides affordable housing for medium income. There is some concern that these may not be located in strategic areas, as well as not have been included in Sabah and Sarawak,” As
While the announcement of a one percent increase in employer contribution to the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) may please many public officials, Tan said the increase would not make “much difference” in light of the increase costs in everyday life.
“Try to live in the real world, is expensive. One percent sounds good an all, but as it accumulates in recent years, the value can not be much in the future,” he said.
Another officer, assistant medical officer WASLI Musrino regretted that the budget for next year does not recognize the contribution of physicians.
“We are grateful for the bonus and other incentives announced, but to address the problems facing most of the ‘Kumpulan Sokongan” we need more! And if you look at each year, the government seems to give more incentives to teachers, police n army! Medical personnel? Are we so important? “Asked.
Pensioner A. Yasugeeyamal however felt that the government’s budget plan on target, and successfully approached the lowest income group.
“It’s a fantastic budget. The prime minister has recognized and has made efforts to help people in the lowest income category,” said 53.
An estimated 1.3 million students in all private higher education institutions and local bonds also receive book is worth RM200, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, in his 2012 budget speech. The program of cash assistance households, the prime minister said the government planned to pay RM500 to every household in drawing monthly income below RM3, 000.
He said the program would cost the government about RM1.8 billion and reach about 3.4 million Malaysians, or 53 percent of households in the country.
Others said the distribution of cash-reported signs of early elections.
I do not think that purchasing power is increasing, wages are not rising unless the budget can help increase the purchasing power in urban and rural areas. (I mean) wages to rise outside the public sector. The government is the employment of many workers and altering the balance, “said Sam Tan, 23, who owns Core Fitness, a gym in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Public Relations and Communications Melissa Francis Xavier graduate believes that incentives for next year’s budget may not lead voters to support BN.
“As far as I’m concerned, when someone wants a change means that command to actually change what does not matter what grants or donations given only to attract voters, perhaps some of them will buy this, but people like me do not really fall into what
“Maybe I’ll take the lead, but that does not mean I will vote for BN,” said
Datuk Gan Tack Hong, president of the Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (FMM) of Perak, said there must be a cut in income and property taxes in the budget for 2012.
“I agree (with theanlysts) who are ambitious to think sustainable growth rate at 5.5 percent, but fundamentally we are still very strong,” he said.
Marketanlysts were skeptical about the projected growth of the prime minister amid rising global economic uncertainty.
Najib said in his budget speech that Malaysia would be able to achieve economic growth of 6.5 percent in 2012 and reduce its fiscal deficit higher than the domestic demand and strong commodity exports could cushion the impact of a global recession.
Kudat Division UMNO chief Datin Aminah Ambrose Women said the 2012 budget was included for all age groups and sex – and it was definitely an election budget.
“This budget has allocated more for the hardcr and the sector of poor women. I think that serves youth and students, even for college students”
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