Wednesday, 4 June 2008

100-day report card on Pakatan Rakyat governments

The Star is working on a 100-day report card on the new state governments and is inviting readers to send in questions they would like to ask of their new leaders — on what they have done or should not have done and on issues from local government efficiency to the ease of getting licences to digging up past improprieties.

You can send your questions to askguaneng@thestar.com.my for questions to Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng; http://askkhalid@thestar.com.my/ for Selangor Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim; asknizar@thestar.com.my for Perak Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin and askazizan@thestar.com.my for Kedah Mentri Besar Azizan Abdul Razak. -- The Star

(Why is the Star zero-ing only on the Pakatan Rakyat Govt in the four states? What about doing the same with the BN Government under Pak Lah?)

5 comments:

chandravati said...

Excellent idea! I have some grouses I want to share from here in Selangor :P!

Yes, it is true, probably we have to gauge how the BN is doing. But The Star is taking the chance to doing it because I bet everyone is so curious about how the general public is perceiving how PR is doing for now.

Anonymous said...

Betul tu, Tok Mommy.

Ini macam nak cari kesalahan dan peluang nak bantai kerajaan di bawah Pakatan Rakyat.

Kenapa tak buat survey yang sama atas Kerajaan Barisan Nasional yang baru nak mengimplementasikian janji yang di buat dalam pilihan Raya 2004?

Kenapa?

IZWAN said...

Macam-macam agenda, dah nak 50 tahun merdeka baru nak buat?

Dah la buat kat pakatan rakyat yang baru 4 bulan memerintah..Ini smeua nonsense belaka... ;)

Michelle said...

Kak

Same question for The Star here. Why just the 4 states? And why not Kelantan as well? Because it has been under PAS all this while? And wouldn't the other states need "report cards" as well?

sandyow said...

You all ni... I bet online you have a gazillion surveys and report cards about BN's failure all edi. Not to say they were being fair also. So mainstream media want to do about Pakatan pulak lah!

On the bright side, why is everyone here speaking like they are expecting bad results from the report card? Sure got positive things to be uncovered too what? Soooo defensive aiyoo