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Lembah Pantai MP submits report card; more MPs should follow suit

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This is the first time Benedict Lopez has received a report card from a sitting MP.

Today, 9 May, is one year since Pakatan Harapan defeated Barisan Nasional in the 2018 general election. History was created in our country for the first time since independence in 1957.

Returning from a dinner last night, I received a WhatsApp report card from Lembah Pantai MP YB Fahmi Fadzil outlining his achievements over the past year.

This is the first time I received a report card from a sitting MP on the work he has carried out in Lembah Pantai. In his report card, YB Fahmi summarised his achievements over the past one year.

  1. Restored the name and heritage of Kampung Kerinchi
  2. Organised regular Town hall sessions to listen to the issues and challenges facing the residents of Lembah Pantai
  3. Implemented the Projek Angkat (Foster Project) scheme to assist 2,400 house owners in Taman Seri Sentosa obtain their strata ownership titles
  4. Expanded the People’s Tuition Programme to include free English language classes
  5. Introduced a food bank project with reasonable prices for fresh fish – a programme benefiting the bottom 40% of households
  6. Came up with a traffic plan for Kampung Kerinchi and Pantai Dalam
  7. Brought in the Free GoKL bus service
  8. Organised a Day with the People (Hari Bersama Rakyat) at residential areas with the participation of agencies such as Kuala Lumpur City Hall, the National Inland Revenue Board, the Social Welfare Deparment (JKM) and Baitumal
  9. Assisted in the repair of infrastructure and amenities at Travers, Pantai, Petaling police stations, Bukit Aman police headquarters and Pantai Fire Station
  10. Started kebun-kebun kecil (small gardens) in Kerinchi and in Sentosa
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Lembah Pantai’s diligent MP appears to have scored well among his constituents in his first year in office. I hope all other MPs can submit their report cards to their constituents like Fahmi.

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Benedict Lopez was director of the Malaysian Investment Development Authority in Stockholm and economics counsellor at the Malaysian embassy there in 2010-2014. He covered all five Nordic countries in the course of his work. A pragmatic optimist and now an Aliran member, he believes Malaysia can provide its people with the same benefits found in the Nordic countries - not a far-fetched dream but one he hopes will be realised in his lifetime
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Jayanath Appudurai
Jayanath Appudurai
12 May 2019 10.24am

Good start….
To be comprehensive the report should include the issues raised, ideas proposed etc. by the MP in Parliament..

10 May 2019 8.26am

MP’s and ADUNS should make more contacts with their constituents. Though they are operating office but many residents with problems do not know where the office is. Some residents do not know know how to go to their rep’s office . They are uncomfortable in the formal setting atmosphere. MPs and ADUNs must go down to the ground.Meet the people and listen to their grouses. MPs and ADUNs personal assistants not necessarily have understood and know the ways to handle issues in the ground. Many times these YBs come only once in 5 years r to meet voters door to door. Why can’t they organise a six-month once meet the people gathering. This will help to understand and settle many issues.

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