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List of New Malaysia’s Cabinet Ministers

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Today would be such an important and another historical day for Malaysia because Malaysia’s Prime Minister that is Dato’ Sri Ismail Sabri bin Yaakob will be announcing the official new cabinet for Malaysia. Those cabinets are:

Minister of International Trade and Industry

1. Mohammed Azmin Ali

 

Minister Of Defense

1. Hishammuddin bin Hussein

2. Deputy Minister: Ikmal Hisham bin Abdul Aziz

 

Ministry of Finance

1. Tengku Zafrul bin Tengku Abdul Aziz

2. Deputy Minister I: Shar Abdullah

3. Deputy Minister II: Yamani Hafez bin Musa

 

Minister of Works

1. Dato’ Sri Haji Fadillah bin Yusof

2. Deputy Minister: Datuk Arthur Joseph Kurup

 

Education Minister

1. Datuk Dr. Mohd. Radzi bin Md. Jidin

2. Deputy Minister I: Senator Dato’ Dr. Mah Hang Soon

3. Deputy Minister II: Datuk Mohamad Bin Alamin

 

Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department (Economics)

1. Mustapa Mohamed

2. Deputy Minister: Dato’ Eddin Syazlee bin Shith

 

Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department (Special Duties)

1. Datuk Dr. Haji Abdul Latiff Bin Ahmad

2. Deputy Minister: YB Datin Mastura Binti Yazid

 

Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department (Parliament and Law)

1. Dato Sri Dr. Wan Junaidi bin Tuanku Jaafar

2. Deputy Minister:  Datuk Wira Hajah Mas Ermieyati binti Haji Samsudin

 

Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department (Religious Affairs)

1. Senator Tuan Idris Bin Hj Ahmad

2. Deputy Minister: YB Ahmad Marzuk Shaary

 

Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department (Sabah and Sarawak Affairs)

1. Datuk Seri Panglima Dr. Maximus Johnity Ongkili

2. Deputy Minister: YB Datul Hajah Hanifah Hajar Taib

 

Minister of Transport

1. YB Datuk Seri Ir. Dr. Wee Ka Siong

2. Deputy Minister: Dato’ Henry Sum Agong

 

Minister of Environment

1. YB Dato’ Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man

2. Deputy Minister: Dato’ Dr. Mansor bin Othman

 

Minister of Human Resources

1. YB Datuk Seri Saravanan A / L Murugan

2. Deputy Minister: YB Haji Awang Bin Hashim

 

Minister of Federal Territories

1. YB Dato’ Seri Dr. Shahidan Bin Kassim

2. Deputy Minister: YB Datuk Seri Jalaluddin Bin Alias

 

Minister of Women and Family

1. YB Datuk Seri Rina Binti Mohd Harun

2. Deputy Minister: YB Dato ‘Hajah Siti Zailah Binti Mohd Yusoff

 

Minister of Higher Education

1. Datuk Dr. Noraini Binti Ahmad

2. Deputy Minister: Senator Ahmad Masrizal Muhammad

 

Minister of Energy and Natural Resources

1. YB Datuk Seri Takiyuddin bin Haji Hassan

2. Deputy Minister: YB Ali Anak Biju

 

Domestic Minister

1. YB Datuk Seri Hamzah Bin Zainuddin

2. Deputy Minister I: YB Dato’ Sri Dr. Haji Ismail Bin Haji
Mohamed Said

 

Health Minister

1. YB Tuan Khairy Jamaluddin

2. Deputy Minister I:  YB Dato’ Dr. Noor Azmi bin Ghazali

3. Deputy Minister II: YB Datuk Aaron Ago Dagang

 

Minister of Agriculture and Food Industry

1. YB Datuk Seri Dr. Ronald Kiandee

2.Deputy Minister I: YB Datuk Seri Hj Ahmad Bin Hamzah

3.Deputy Minister II: YB Dr. Nik Muhammad Zawawi bin Salleh

 

Minister of Rural Development

1. YB Dato’ Seri Mahdzir bin Khalid

2. Deputy Minister I: YB Dato ‘Abdul Rahman Bin Mohamad

 

Minister of Foreign Affairs

1. Saifuddin Abdullah

 

Minister of Domestic Trade and Affairs User

1. Datuk Alexander Nanta Linggi

2. Deputy Minister: YB Dato ‘Rosol Bin Wahid

 

Minister of Communications and Multimedia

1. YB Tan Sri Datuk Seri Panglima Haji Annuar bin Musa

2. Deputy Minister: YB Datuk Zahidi Bin Zainul Abidin

 

Minister of Housing and Local Government

1. YB Dato’ Reezal Merican bin Naina Merican

2. Deputy Minister: YB Dato ‘Sri Ismail Bin Abd Mutalib

 

Minister of Science, Technology, and Innovation

1. YB Dato’ Sri Dr. Adham bin Baba

2. Deputy Minister: YB Ahmad Amzad Bin Hashim

 

Minister of Entrepreneur and Cooperative Development

1. YB Tan Sri Noh bin Omar

2. Deputy Minister: YB Tuan Muslimin bin Yahaya

 

Minister Of Plantation And Commodity Companies

1. YB Datuk Dr. Hajah Zuraida binti Kamaruddin

2. Deputy Minister I: YB Dato’ Sri Wee Jeck Seng

3. Deputy Minister II: YB Willie Anak Mongin

 

Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture

1. Datuk Sri Hajah Nancy Shukri

2. Deputy Minister: YB Datuk Seri Dr. Edmund Santhara Kumar Ramanaidu

 

Minister of National Unity

1. YB Datuk Halimah binti Mohamed Sadique

2. Senator Wan Ahmad Fayhsal bin Wan Ahmad Kamal

 

Minister Of Youth And Sports

1. YB Dato’ Seri Ahmad Faizal Bin Azumu

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Tokyo Paralympics: Different Fates For Two National Swimmers Despite Missing Finals

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TOKYO, Aug 27 — Two national swimmers suffered different fates despite failing in the qualifying stage on the third day of the Tokyo Paralympic Games today.

Despite finishing in last position in the second qualifying heat of the S5 women’s 50 mm butterfly (physical disabilities) category, Brenda Annellia Larry put on a commendable performance by improving on her personal best in the competition held at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre.

The 16-year-old Sabahan clocked 1 minute 00.62 second (s) to finish seventh.

The country’s youngest athlete to the Tokyo Paralympics previously had recorded a personal best of 1: 09.72s in Singapore in 2019.

Chinese swimmer Dong Lu won the heat in a time of 40.74s followed by her compatriot Jiao Cheng who did 43.05s while third place went to Brazilian swimmer Joana Maria da Silva Neves Euzebio (46.32s).

Brenda finished 13th out of 14 swimmers from the two qualifying heats with only the top eight making the cut for the final.

Meanwhile, another national swimmer, Jamery Siga, was clearly frustrated when his dream to at least renew his personal best in the men’s category of the same did not materialise after clocking 40.32s.

His previous best personal best was 38.28s done at the World Swimming Championships in London in 2019.

The 36-year-old Sarawakian admitted that a poor start in today’s competition resulted in him finishing in last place in the third qualifying heat.

Jamery, for whom this is his third Paralympic appearance, finished sixth in the heat while Tao Zheng from China topped the competition and also broke the world record with a time of 32.34s, followed by Yaroslav Semenenko of Ukraine with 34.55s while host swimmer Kaede Hinata took third place with a time of 37.8s.

Meanwhile, Jamery, who was stricken by polio at the age of five, which caused his right arm to shrink, also revealed that his campaign at the Tokyo Paralympics is probably his last given his advanced age if he wants to compete in Paris in 2024.

“I apologise to all Malaysians for not being able to do my best, maybe this is my last Paralympics, age is also catching up,” he told Bernama in a tearful voice.

However, he is still interested in continuing to represent the country and will return to focus on his next missions in tournaments as well as other sporting events, including the Asian Para Games in Hangzhou, China next year.

Sources: BERNAMA

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Perak Flood Situation Improves, SK Matang Relief Centre Closed

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IPOH, Aug 27  —  The flood situation in Perak continues to improve with one more relief centre was closed yesterday.

A spokesman for the Perak Disaster Management Committee said the flood relief centre at Sekolah Kebangsaan Matang in the Larut Matang and Selama district that housed 22 victims from seven families was closed at 5.30 pm after all the evacuees returned home.

Meanwhile, Perak Fire and Rescue Department (JBPM) spokesman said the number of evacuees dropped to 160 victims from 43 families at two relief centres today, compared to 193 people from 50 families yesterday.

“As of 8 am today, the number of flood victims at the Sekolah Kebangsaan Changkat Lobak in Kerian district remains at 110 people from 26 families.

“Those housed at SK Alor Pongsu also remain at 50 from 17 families,” he said in a statement.

Meanwhile, according to the Malaysian Meteorological Department on its official website, fine weather is expected in Kerian district today.

Sources: BERNAMA

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Ismail Sabri Announces Revenue-Oriented Cabinet Line-Up

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PUTRAJAYA, Aug 27 — Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob today announced the list of his Revenue-Oriented Cabinet line-up which he described as a management team that will work with the people.

Announcing the line-up at Perdana Putra, he said he formed the Cabinet, which is a reformulation based on the current situation, for the sake of maintaining stability and putting the interests and safety of the Malaysia Family first.

“The Cabinet has to work fast and in unity in a bid to free Malaysia from the threats of COVID-19 pandemic, economic uncertainty and political turmoil,” he said. The announcement was aired live on local television channels.

Ismail Sabri was sworn in as Malaysia’s 9th Prime Minister before Yang di-Pertuan Agong, Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah at Istana Negara last Saturday.

He replaced Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin who resigned on Aug 16 after losing the majority support in Parliament and his proposed bipartisan cooperation was rejected by political parties.

Sources: BERNAMA

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