Days in office 378 Elected on May 9, 2018
Took office on May 9, 2018
Not started 203 of 218 93%
In progress 10 of 218 5%
Achieved 3 of 218 1%
Broken 2 of 218 1%

On May 9th 2018, Malaysians chose Pakatan Harapan to lead the new government.

Harapan Meter is an open collaborative rakyat initiative that tracks PH's performance with regards to their election manifesto.

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In progress Promise 1 1. Government will replace the GST after it has been abolished with a new Sales and Services Tax Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 10 01. The Pakatan Harapan Government will re-evaluate Malaysia’s Food Security Policy and create a better policy that makes full use of modern agricultural technology. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 10 02. Farmers will be assisted in accessing new technologies, particularly in the cultivation of rice, vegetables, raw materials, poultry, meat and fisheries. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 10 03. In the first two years of our administration, we will give emphasis to the country's main staple food namely rice. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 10 04. The monopoly granted by UMNO and Barisan Nasional to BERNAS will be removed and our Government will ensure that there is supervision at every stage of rice production. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 10 05. To guarantee the welfare of farmers, the Pakatan Harapan Government will control the influx of imported rice and take stern actions against rice smuggling. Border control will be beefed up and corrupt officers will face serious disciplinary action. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 10 06. We will establish a complaint mechanism of in the Agriculture Ministry so that farmers who have been mistreated can have direct access to the government. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 10 07. Distribution of subsidies will be managed by the appropriate government agency and not by companies with vested interest like BERNAS. The mechanism of payment and the rate of subsidies for paddy prices will be revised to ensure a fairer system. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 10 08. Government grants will be made in cash to the eligible farmers to enable them to choose their own fertilizers and seeds that are appropriate to their needs. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 10 09. The Pakatan Harapan Government will protect and safeguard the welfare of farmers, livestock breeders and fishermen with the introduction of a Takaful scheme. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 10 10. The Pakatan Harapan Government will provide assistance to guarantee the income of farmers, livestock breeders and fishermen when such a disaster struck. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 10 11. Rubber buffer stock will be created to ensure stability in the market. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 10 12. The Pakatan Harapan Government will eliminate manipulation of middlemen on farmers, livestock breeders and fishermen. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 2 1. Take immediate steps to stabilise the prices of essential items and to control the factors that lead to price increases. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 2 2. Government will work proactively with suppliers to ensure that the supply of goods is always sufficient, especially during festivities Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 2 3. The monopolies enjoyed by companies like BERNAS in rice production and distribution, ASTRO in broadcasting, and others, will be re-examined thoroughly. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 2 4. Reduce excise duty on imported cars below 1600 cc for the first car. This will enable the purchase of a first car at a lower price. To avoid abuse, only one car will be allowed for every family with household income below RM8,000 per month. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 2 5. Government will give the responsibility to Bank Negara Malaysia to devise a strategy to revive the Ringgit value within 3 years, in a more sustainable way. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 3 1. BRIM: Those who receive BR1M today will continue to receive the grant and the process of payment will be freed from discrimination and partisan politics and more of a statutory payments. The Pakatan Harapan Government will improve the system so that the amount issued are more equitable. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 3 2. Social security programme will prioritise those with low income living in rural areas, especially in Kedah, Kelantan, and Sabah, as well as FELDA and FELCRA areas. This scheme will be widened across Malaysia gradually. Distribution will be done through 20 government agencies and respected welfare bodies through a statutory payment mechanism. It will not be through political party. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 3 3. OIL ROYALTY: Oil and gas-producing states will be given royalty or its appropriate equivalent value. The cruelty of UMNO and Barisan Nasional that have been denying these payments based on political leanings will be stopped immediately. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 3 4. OIL ROYALTY: The Pakatan Harapan Government will increase the royalty payment to Sabah and Sarawak, and other oil producing states, to 20 percent or of its value equivalent Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 4 01. Those who are now renting (house) will be given the chance to migrate to a rent-to-own scheme if they qualify. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 4 02. The Pakatan Harapan Government will set a time limit within which the companies (giant developers) must complete their constructions so that no corporate giants can hoard land banks without developing them Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 4 03. Incentives will be given to the smaller Bumiputera and non-Bumiputera developers so that they can compete with others on a level field. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 4 04. The Pakatan Harapan Government will reform the PR1MA programme so that there is no more exploitation by crony developers who obtain government land at discounted prices but then reap high profits by building just a small number of affordable houses. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 4 05. To increase Bumiputera home-ownership, the Pakatan Harapan Government will encourage and simplify the processes to build affordable houses on lands owned by state Islamic authorities including Waqf land. We will give incentive to encourage Islamic authorities to work with private developers. This will particularly benefit Muslim buyers. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 4 06. The Pakatan Harapan Government will work with state governments to convert land status if developers want to build affordable houses. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 4 07. Tax incentives will be given to companies that focus on affordable housing, especially to encourage them to use the latest cheaper technologies such as the Industrialised Building System (IBS) so that cost to buyers can be reduced. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 4 08. National Affordable Housing Council will be set up to bring together the work of the various agencies under one roof. The Council will be chaired by the Prime Minister. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 4 09. Build one million affordable houses within two terms of administration Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 4 10. Coordinate a unified and open database on affordable housing that are not yet sold, to prevent unscrupulous developers from hiding information Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 4 11. Coordinate a rent-to-own scheme for the B40 and M40 groups, and to introduce an affordable renting programme for those who qualify, especially from among youths Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 4 12. Coordinate with the banking sector so that access to housing loans for first housing can be widen Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 4 13. Take over the maintenance of low cost houses so that burden on dwellers can be reduced Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 5 1. FIRST CAR: Government will reduce excise duty for imported cars below 1600 cc that are being purchased as the first car so that the price to the buyer is lower. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 5 2. PTPTN: Students who performed well in their studies and students from low income households will be given commensurate discounts or the loan will be forgiven completely Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 5 3. FAMILY: Government will incentivise marriage using mechanisms employed by Pakatan Harapan government in Selangor. This will help young couples under 35 to build their new lives. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 5 4. PTPTN: Tax incentives will be introduced to employers who assist in the repayment without deducting the employee’s salary. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 5 5. Government will persuade ASEAN countries to include and quickly and effectively implement graduate mobility into the ASEAN Economic Community agenda. This will enable our graduates to explore job markets in other ASEAN countries. Start the discussion!
In progress Promise 5 6. Halve the price of broadband internet while doubling its speed. Start the discussion!
In progress Promise 6 1. Abolish Tolls Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 7 1. Government will provide targeted petrol subsidies at a suitable monthly rate to those who qualify. This will be targeted to those who use motorcycle below 125 cc and car below 1300 cc. A quota will be devised to prevent abuse. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 8 1. Bus companies that want to bid for concessions in profitable routes will be required to provide services in less populated areas too Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 8 2. Government will enhance the rights of e-hailing drivers without neglecting the welfare of taxi drivers. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 8 3. SCHOOL BUS: Reduce the cost of license fee for school bus permits. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 8 4. PUBLIC TRANSPORT: Gradually introduce a monthly public transportation pass worth RM100 that can be used in all types of public transportation Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 8 5. PUBLIC TRANSPORT: An increase of 10,000 public buses nationwide in the first term of administration Start the discussion!
In progress Promise 9 1. Financial allocation for the Ministry of Health is increased to 4 per cent of GDP in the first term administration Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 9 2. SKIM PEDULI SIHAT: The Pakatan Harapan Government will introduce Skim Peduli Sihat, similar to what was implemented in Selangor, to the rest of the country. The scheme provides RM500 per year for B40 families to visit private clinics for basic treatment (primary care). Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 9 3. SPECIAL NEEDS: The Pakatan Harapan Government will increase budget allocation and will provide incentives for the participation of private companies and charitable bodies to tackle rare diseases, especially among the have-nots, and to help families with special needs children. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 9 4. NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES: The Pakatan Harapan Government will focus on non-communicable diseases. These include prevention and early detection of those diseases, as well as the provision of cancer treatment. This requires coordinated strategies and cooperation of various sectors and levels of society, including urban planning, public transport, and food industry legislation and so on. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 9 5. More government resources will be channeled to mental health care through government hospitals, especially in terms of human resources and also through insurance coverage. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 9 6. VACCINATION: The Pakatan Harapan Government will also provide compulsory pneumococcal vaccination for all children under the age of 2 years, as is the practice in many other countries. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 9 7. TERMINALLY ILL: To ensure proper care of terminally ill patients, we will provide incentives for the establishment of the palliative care centers across the country. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 9 8. HOUSEMEN / FUTURE DOCTORS: The Pakatan Harapan Government will direct the Ministry of Health to prepare a detailed plan to solve the problems faced by younger doctors or "housemen" who now have to wait for too long. We will review the number of places currently available for the study of medicine so that the number of places as well as the number of scholarships are reflective of the capacity and future needs for medical doctors. Sponsorship to study abroad will be given only to students attending universities that meet the appropriate standards. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 11 01. Pakatan Harapan Government will establish, on a permanent basis, Majlis Perundingan Keharmonian Rakyat, similar to what was once set up by Almarhum Tun Abdul Razak. This will allow the fostering of a better racial and religious relations within the framework of the Federal Constitution. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 11 02. The Pakatan Harapan Government will encourage public universities to conduct more research and national and international sharing about the Malay Sultanate and civilization so that the history of the Malays can be shared on the world arena. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 11 03. The Royal Museum at the old National Palace will be upgraded to National Education Museum. Intense cooperation will be created with public universities to enable research activities, publications and education activities through seminars and conferences on a periodic basis, about the institution of the Malay Rulers. Collaboration will also be pursued with the Royal Museums in other countries so that we can share ideas about the important role of the monarchy as a check and balance mechanism in a democratic country. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 11 04. The Pakatan Harapan Government will protect the Malay reserve land and will ensure that those whose status have been changed will be replaced with land that of similar or higher value. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 11 05. Suitable government-linked companies will be prepared for management buy-outs so as to increase the percentage of Malay and Bumiputera equity ownership. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 11 06. The government’s performance and achievements in upholding the Malay and Islamic agenda will be tabled and debated in Parliament each year so that the Government is always accountable to the people as a whole. Malay economic status will be presented in the Budget speech each year so that the Government can be held accountable accordingly. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 12 01. The length of office for the Prime Minister shall be limited to two terms only. Start the discussion!
Achieved Promise 12 02. The Prime Minister will not simultaneously hold other ministerial posts, especially the post of Minister of Finance. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 12 03. Lower the number of Ministers in the Prime Minister's Department to a maximum of 3 only Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 12 04. The Pakatan Harapan Government will reduce the number of agencies under Prime Minister's Department by moving them to the relevant Ministries. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 12 05. Reduce the allocation to the Prime Minister's Department from more than RM17 billion to RM8 billion only Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 13 1.1 Establish Commissions of Inquiry to investigate, the misdeeds in 1MDB Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 13 1.2 Establish Commissions of Inquiry to investigate, the misdeeds in FELDA Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 13 1.3 Establish Commissions of Inquiry to investigate, the misdeeds in MARA Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 13 1.4 Establish Commissions of Inquiry to investigate, the misdeeds in Tabung Haji. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 13 2.1 The governance structure of 1MDB will be reviewed to ensure that there is an effective check and balance. We will ensure that holders of key positions must be from professionals and not those with vested political interests. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 13 2.2 The governance structure of FELDA will be reviewed to ensure that there is an effective check and balance. We will ensure that holders of key positions must be from professionals and not those with vested political interests. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 13 2.3 The governance structure of MARA will be reviewed to ensure that there is an effective check and balance. We will ensure that holders of key positions must be from professionals and not those with vested political interests. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 13 2.4 The governance structure of Tabung Haji will be reviewed to ensure that there is an effective check and balance. We will ensure that holders of key positions must be from professionals and not those with vested political interests. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 13 3.1 Dubious overseas investments that have been made by 1MDB will be stopped and the wealth of this nation will be brought back into Malaysia so that it cannot be stolen by kleptocrats and irresponsible politicians. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 13 3.2 Dubious overseas investments that have been made by FELDA will be stopped and the wealth of this nation will be brought back into Malaysia so that it cannot be stolen by kleptocrats and irresponsible politicians. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 13 3.3 Dubious overseas investments that have been made by MARA will be stopped and the wealth of this nation will be brought back into Malaysia so that it cannot be stolen by kleptocrats and irresponsible politicians. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 13 3.4 Dubious overseas investments that have been made by Tabung Haji will be stopped and the wealth of this nation will be brought back into Malaysia so that it cannot be stolen by kleptocrats and irresponsible politicians. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 14: Reform the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and strengthen anti-corruption efforts 01. The Pakatan Harapan Government will upgrade the MACC to a Commission that is recognized in our Federal Constitution, similar to the status of the Election Commission of Malaysia. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 14: Reform the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and strengthen anti-corruption efforts 02. MACC will report directly to Parliament, rather than to the Prime Minister. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 14: Reform the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and strengthen anti-corruption efforts 03. To ensure effective check and balance, the number of MACC Commissioners will be increased and there will be a quota for civil society. One of the Commissioners will become Chairman of MACC, and all Commissioners will have security of tenure. Start the discussion!
Broken Promise 14: Reform the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and strengthen anti-corruption efforts 04. Appointment of these Commissioners (MACC) must be validated democratically by Parliament. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 14: Reform the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and strengthen anti-corruption efforts 05. The Pakatan Harapan Government will revise the Whistleblower Protection Act 2010, the Official Secrets Act 1972, and the Witness Protection Act 2009, and we will make the necessary improvements Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 14: Reform the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and strengthen anti-corruption efforts 06. A Freedom of Information Act will be enacted, and financial provisions will be provided to implement this new Act. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 14: Reform the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and strengthen anti-corruption efforts 07. All members of the Dewan Rakyat, Dewan Negara, and government officials with JUSA C ranking and above, will be obliged to make a declaration of assets and income. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 14: Reform the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and strengthen anti-corruption efforts 08. Signing up to the Open Government Partnership which now consists of more 70 countries around the world. Start the discussion!
Broken Promise 15: Separating the Office of Attorney General from Public Prosecutor 01. The Attorney General shall be appointed from amongst the qualified Members of Parliament, and he would become a Minister who can continue the role as chief legal advisor to the Government. Start the discussion!
Not started Promise 15: Separating the Office of Attorney General from Public Prosecutor 02. The position of Public Prosecutor will be held by another independent individual who can act without partisan interest. The person will lead Malaysia’s Public Prosecutor Office, enjoying autonomy to exercise his prosecutorial powers. Start the discussion!
Not started 1. Felda Settlers 1.1 A Royal Commission of Inquiry will be established to audit FELDA and identify the steps to be taken to restore its honour and glory of FELDA as per the late Tun Abdul Razak’s vision Start the discussion!
Not started 1. Felda Settlers 1.2 The Commission (RCI) will also be tasked with investigating all contracts and agreements signed by FELDA, especially those involving the corporate cronies of UMNO and BN. Start the discussion!
Not started 1. Felda Settlers 1.3 A Special Cabinet Committee will be set up to oversee the implementation of the Royal Commission of Inquiry. Start the discussion!
Not started 1. Felda Settlers 1.4 As a long-term measure, the Cabinet Special Committee will hear the complaints of FELDA settlers directly, identify their problems and coordinate solutions with other government agencies to improve the living standards of its settlers. Start the discussion!
Not started 1. Felda Settlers 1.5 The misappropriated FELDA assets will be confiscated through legal process. Start the discussion!
Not started 1. Felda Settlers 1.6 To ensure justice to settlers, the Pakatan Harapan Government will amend this act - Land Act (Group Placement Area) 1960 so that settlers can bring their case to court Start the discussion!
Not started 1. Felda Settlers 2.1 FELDA's governance will be restructured to enable it to focus on its core business - the plantation sector - for the well-being of settlers and their families. Start the discussion!
Not started 1. Felda Settlers 2.2 The FELDA administration will be revamped so that the voice of settlers can be officially heard at the highest level of management, and to put an end to appointments based on political links to the Board of FELDA and its subsidiaries. Start the discussion!
Not started 1. Felda Settlers 2.3 The Pakatan Harapan Government will scrutinise current mechanisms to improve quality of farm management and debt settlement, eliminating unnecessary middlemen, thereby ensuring maximum benefit for settlers. Start the discussion!
Not started 1. Felda Settlers 2.4 The new FELDA Chairman will be a trustworthy person with relevant experience. Start the discussion!
Not started 1. Felda Settlers 3.1 The eligible FELDA children will be given priority to appointment for suitable posts in FELDA at all levels and in all its subsidiaries. Start the discussion!
Not started 1. Felda Settlers 3.2 If new settlers are accepted into the FELDA schemes, the Pakatan Harapan Government will allow the participation of low income Malays and Bumiputera only. Start the discussion!
Not started 1. Felda Settlers 3.3 The subsistence allowance for settlers during replanting will be increased up to a maximum of RM2,000 per month if required. Start the discussion!
Not started 1. Felda Settlers 3.4 At the same time, to ensure that settlers are not trapped in debt and unable to fulfil their basic needs, courses on financial management will be introduced to encourage them to take only subsistence loans which they can afford to repay. Start the discussion!
Not started 1. Felda Settlers 3.5 The Pakatan Harapan Government will ensure payment for settlers’ farm produce is made in less than 45 days after it is collected, which is faster than the current practice. Start the discussion!
Not started 1. Felda Settlers 3.6 Dividends earned from FELDA's investment and subsidiaries of FELDA will be used to reduce the debt burden that FELDA residents have to bear, including debt repayment, home-repair debt, homebuying debt, "yield advance" debt and others. Our goal is to settle these debts as soon as possible, through appropriate measures, including 50 percent of disposal of existing debt and introduce a non-usury loan scheme. Start the discussion!
Not started 1. Felda Settlers 3.7 The Pakatan Harapan Government will also give priority to FELDA's second and third generation who want to buy or rent by building affordable homes built by government or government-owned companies throughout the country. Start the discussion!
Not started 1. Felda Settlers 4.1 Part of the dividends derived from FELDA investment and FELDA subsidiaries will be used to build new FELDA townships and houses for the second-generation settlers. It will be complete with basic amenities, internet and shophouses to create entrepreneurial opportunities. Facilities for the youth will also be provided, including skills training. Start the discussion!
Not started 1. Felda Settlers 4.2 The Pakatan Harapan Government will build a good infrastructure network to connect clusters of FELDA schemes with nearby towns and cities to ensure access to wider employment opportunities for young children. Start the discussion!
Not started 1. Felda Settlers 5.1 The Ministry of Education, in collaboration with FELDA and its subsidiaries, will be instructed to act quickly to ensure schools in FELDA schemes have adequate infrastructure. Start the discussion!
Not started 1. Felda Settlers 5.2 The Pakatan Harapan Government will set a special quota for FELDA children in full boarding schools (SBP) and Mara Junior Science College (MRSM). Start the discussion!
Not started 1. Felda Settlers 5.3 Quota will also be set for them (FELDA settlers' children) in skills-based colleges/vocational institutes and public universities. Start the discussion!
Not started 1. Felda Settlers 5.4 Scholarships for FELDA settlers' children will be increased and they would not be restricted to FELDA scholarships only. Incentives will be given to government-owned companies and other sponsors to provide scholarships and educational assistance to these children and youths. Start the discussion!
Not started 1. Felda Settlers 5.5 Technical and vocational training schemes will be provided to them (FELDA settlers' children), especially in the field of agro-tourism as part of efforts to diversify income sources for every generation of FELDA settlers. Start the discussion!
Not started 2. Indian Community 01. Solving the problem of stateless Indians within 100 days of taking power. Start the discussion!
Not started 2. Indian Community 02. Ensuring that state housing agencies provide assistance to Indian families who are in need, especially former farm workers and those in the B40 category. They should be given an opportunity to have a quality home at reasonable price, and a loan repayment mechanism that is based on their ability to repay such as a hire purchase scheme. Start the discussion!
Not started 2. Indian Community 03. Instructing Local authorities (PBTs) and state governments to place conditions on housing developers so that in areas where there are former Indian plantation workers, the developers must build affordable homes for them. Start the discussion!
Not started 2. Indian Community 04. Ensuring that Indians get a good vernacular education. All Tamil National Type Schools (SJKTs) will be fully funded by the government and the infrastructure there will be upgraded to be equivalent to national type schools/ Sekolah Kebangsaan. Start the discussion!
Not started 2. Indian Community 05. Establishing a government funded Tamil secondary school Start the discussion!
Not started 2. Indian Community 06. Increasing the number of Indian students at Full Boarding Schools (SBP) and at the Mara Junior Science College (MRSM) throughout the country. Priority will be given to Indian children from lowincome families, families working in the agricultural sector and those belonging to the urban poor category. Start the discussion!
Not started 2. Indian Community 07. Increasing their intake in SBP and MRSM, and ensure acceptance of Indian children in the existing dormitories as well build new dormitories in secondary schools to house then Start the discussion!
Not started 2. Indian Community 08. Ensuring young Indians can compete and integrate into the mainstream of the development. Pakatan Harapan Government will invest in technical and vocational training schemes (TVET) as well as introduce apprenticeship scheme to ensure employability of Indians. Start the discussion!
Not started 2. Indian Community 09. Curbing the symptoms of drug and alcohol abuse and gangsterism among young Indians. The Government will ensure that our social policy is effective and inclusive so that young Indians are not marginalised ad prevent them from involving in gangsterism or other social ills Start the discussion!
Not started 2. Indian Community 10. The Pakatan Harapan Government will introduce a minimum wage of RM1,500 a month in the first term of our government to directly assist Indians to elevate their standard of living Start the discussion!
Not started 2. Indian Community 11. All government-owned (GLC) companies, federal government agencies, state and local authorities, will be directed to ensure 10 percent of their new employees are Indians. Start the discussion!
Not started 2. Indian Community 12. A special fund for social and economic development of Indians will be set up, with an allocation of RM4 billion for the first 10 years. This fund will be devoted to helping to develop the Indian community in a fair and just way. The initial capital of this fund will be come from the Pakatan Harapan Government and 134 government-owned companies (GLCs) and private companies. To ensure immediate enforcement of these funds, the Pakatan Harapan Government will provide an initial allocation of RM100 million in its first budget. This fund will target the Indian community as a whole, modelled after the Singapore SINDA Fund Start the discussion!
Not started 2. Indian Community 13. The Hindu Waqaf Institute will also be established at the state level based on Penang Hindu Waqaf Council model. The Pakatan Harapan Government will first establish this Hindu Waqaf Board in Kedah, Perak, Selangor, Pahang, Negeri Sembilan, Melaka and Johor. Start the discussion!
Not started 2. Indian Community 14. The immediate goal is to providing training and to help Indian single mothers. One of the pilot projects to be introduced will be a full-time mentor initiative to guide Indian single mothers in entrepreneurship and to help them build a decent life. Start the discussion!
Not started 2. Indian Community 15. The Pakatan Harapan Government will provide a micro-credit scheme and other financial schemes for Indian small traders, especially women, youth and home-based businesses. Start the discussion!
Not started 2. Indian Community 16. It will set up the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (Suruhanjaya Peluang Pekerjaan Saksama) to address discrimination and unequal employment practices in the public and private sectors. Start the discussion!
Not started 2. Indian Community 17. The Pakatan Harapan Government will provide the opportunity for Indians to participate in new land-based schemes modelled after FELDA, FELCRA and other suitable projects and provide necessary financial and regulatory support to the Indian community to participate in agriculture, especially in dairy and vegetable farming. Start the discussion!
Not started 2. Indian Community 18. The Pakatan Harapan Government will simplify the process of obtaining business licenses and permits in the services sector that many Indians are involved in, such as transportation, logistics and recycling centres. Start the discussion!
Not started 2. Indian Community 19. Hindus need bigger space to build their temples and cemeteries. The Pakatan Harapan Government will provide enough space for Hindu temples and shrines, as well as burial grounds. If there is a need to relocate the temples or burial grounds, the Government will do so only after consultation with the affected communities and provide alternative areas to build new temples Start the discussion!
Not started 2. Indian Community 20. The Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (Suruhanjaya Bebas Aduan dan Salah Laku Polis) will be set up in the first term of the Pakatan Harapan Government. The Commission will look into all complaints related to custodial deaths which has disproportionately affected the Indian youths. Start the discussion!
Not started 2. Indian Community 21. Relevant ministries, such as the Ministry of Urban Wellbeing and the Ministry of Rural Development will be directed to research and solve urban poverty and social problems faced by the Indian community. These ministries will also implement inclusive development policies so that Indians will not be side-lined like they have been under the rule of UMNO and Barisan Nasional. Start the discussion!
Not started 2. Indian Community 22. The Pakatan Harapan Government will reduce the number of foreign workers in Malaysia. More employment opportunities for Malaysians will be provided with a new minimum wage of RM1,500 a month to be implemented in the first term of the Pakatan Harapan Government. Start the discussion!
Not started 2. Indian Community 23. The Government is committed to improving the quality of health services throughout the country, especially in the plantation areas which are mostly populated by Indians. This free health service will enable Indians to access healthcare whenever necessary. Start the discussion!
Not started 2. Indian Community 24. The issue of religious conversion of minors unilaterally by one parent is a major concern among the Indian community. The Pakatan Harapan Government will take immediate steps to resolve this issue peacefully Start the discussion!
Not started 3. Women 1.1 Strengthening the legal system to promote women’s right to equal pay for the same work, as well as ensuring transparent job promotional opportunities. Start the discussion!
Not started 3. Women 1.2 Introduce a budget system based on the concept of genderresponsive budgeting Start the discussion!
Not started 3. Women 1.3 Implement policies and programmes that will optimise women's capacity and increase their employment rat Start the discussion!
Not started 3. Women 1.4 Establish a systematic micro-credit scheme to provide opportunities for women entrepreneur Start the discussion!
Not started 3. Women 1.5 Establish specific policies and programs to increase women’s ownership of assets, their investment and savings rate. Start the discussion!
Not started 3. Women 1.6 Provide incentives to employers to provide childcare facilities either at work or near the workplace. Start the discussion!
Not started 3. Women 1.7 Enabling the domestic caregiving sector to grow in order to provide quality care for senior citizens, postnatal mothers, and to address other needs. Start the discussion!
Not started 3. Women 1.8 Maternity leave will be fixed at 90 days. Start the discussion!
Not started 3. Women 2.1 Create awareness and special training programmes to address women’s mental health problems such as depression Start the discussion!
Not started 3. Women 2.2 Introduce women's health education programmes such as awareness of healthy lifestyle and other relevant activities. Start the discussion!
Not started 3. Women 2.3 Improve reproductive health awareness programmes among women of all ages so that they can protect themselves and their families from risks. Start the discussion!
Not started 3. Women 2.4 Implement an awareness campaign for cervical and breast cancer prevention, as well as ensuring women attend mammogram and pap smear screening in government hospitals. Start the discussion!
Not started 3. Women 2.5 Establish a local service centre as a referral place for women to seek advice to resolve any issues they may face Start the discussion!
Not started 3. Women 2.6 Ensure urban and rural planning takes into account the safety of women and girls. Start the discussion!
In progress 3. Women 2.7 Introducing the EPF scheme for housewives. A 2 percent monthly contribution will be channeled from their husband’s EPF contributions, which is considered non-burdensome. As a token of appreciation to housewives, the Pakatan Harapan Government will contribute a monthly contribution of RM50 to their EPF account. Start the discussion!
Not started 3. Women 2.8 Ensure employers attend regular training so that they are aware of sexual harassment at workplace and how to tackle it. Start the discussion!
Not started 3. Women 3.1 Integrate the philosophy of respecting women and gender understanding in the education syllabus at all levels. Start the discussion!
Not started 3. Women 3.2 Introduce the concept of lifelong education so that women who postpone their careers to care for their families can continue their studies and undertake training if they want to go back to work. Start the discussion!
Not started 3. Women 3.3 Introducing comprehensive gender education beginning at high school. Start the discussion!
Not started 3. Women 3.4 In order to help mothers who have pre-school children, all preschool education centres that are now supervised by various departments and ministries will be placed under one roof, known 140 as the Early Childhood Development Centre. Low-income families will receive subsidies. Start the discussion!
Not started 3. Women 4.1 Establish Family Law Improvement Committee (Jawatankuasa Penambah-baikan Undang-undang Keluarga) with the aim of amending the law on divorce, maintenance and child custody, to ensure a more efficient and fairer solution to women. Start the discussion!
Not started 3. Women 4.2 Introduce a law that sets 18 as the minimum age of marriage. Start the discussion!
Not started 3. Women 4.3 Review all laws relating to gender equality to ensure that every woman enjoys legal equality. Start the discussion!
Not started 3. Women 4.4 Introduce Sexual Harassment Bill to stop sexual harassment at all levels. Start the discussion!
Not started 3. Women 5.1 Establish Malaysian Women's Political and Leadership Training Institute to produce future female leaders. Start the discussion!
Not started 3. Women 5.2 Ensuring that at least 30 percent of policy makers are women. Start the discussion!
Not started 3. Women 5.3 Improve political party selection and election party system so that women's involvement can be enhanced. Start the discussion!
Not started 3. Women 5.4 Introduce a system of audit that engages women at all level. Start the discussion!
Not started 3. Women 5.5 To nurture the philosophy that "young woman are the future of the nation" as their main social responsibility is to mobilise the community for the future of the nation. Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 1.1 To create 1 million jobs with a minimum salary of RM2,500 per month for young people in the first 5 years of the Pakatan Harapan Government ’s rule Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 1.2 To create 200,000 jobs in Sabah and Sarawak Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 1.3 To empower youths by setting up of Young Entrepreneurs’ Empowerment Fund. The Fund will receive RM1 billion annually to develop the following sectors: (1) Agriculture and modern farming (2)Eco-tourism development in semi-urban and rural areas (3) Creative arts and industry (4) E-sports including video game production and other areas of technology (5) Commercialisation of social media platforms, including vloggers, social media influencers, and social media content developer. Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 1.4 Introducing administrative policies that would enable youths to reach their full potential. Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 1.5 Government will build more motorcycle lanes, parking areas and other infrastructure. Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 2.01 To abolish GST and toll payment so that for young people are not burdened with daily expenses. Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 2.02 Stabilise the price of petrol so that the youth will have more savings Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 2.03 Extend healthcare schemes. Such as the Health Care Scheme currently being implemented in Selangor, to other parts of the country. Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 2.04 Provision of health insurance worth RM500 for young people with household income below RM3,000 per month. Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 2.05 Halve the broadband cost and at the same time increase its speed so that more opportunities can be enjoyed by young people. Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 2.06 Ensure high-speed internet access to all towns and villages across the country. Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 2.07 Cancelling motor vehicle license renewal charges Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 2.08 Increase the number of public buses by 10,000 nationwide to improve public transport connectivity. Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 2.09 Introduce RM100 monthly public transport card when using any public transport in the Klang Valley and in all cities in Malaysia. Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 2.10 Introducing Marriage Incentive of RM500 for young couple below 35 years of age for their first marriage, which is the current practice in Selangor. Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 3.1 Build 1 million affordable homes across the country within two terms of the administration of the Pakatan Harapan Government Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 3.2 Expand the hire purchase scheme across the country, including for houses built by private developers. Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 3.3 Create a special scheme to enable young people access their first housing loans easily. Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 3.4 Take over building and maintenance of low-cost houses to reduce the burden of the population. Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 4.1 Guaranteeing good quality free public education at all levels, from pre-school, primary, secondary and tertiary education. Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 4.2 Provide subsistence allowance to students from low-income families who secure places to public higher education centres. Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 4.3 Repeal Universities and University Colleges Act (AUKU). Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 4.4 Foster creative thinking, critical and analytical thinking of the younger generation and prepare them with social, civic and leadership skills. Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 4.5 Freeing teachers from bureaucratic burden so they can concentrate fully on their task of educating future generations of Malaysia. Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 4.6 Expand high quality early intervention programmes for children with disabilities. Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 4.7 Providing scholarships for FELDA settlers' family members to complete secondary and higher education. Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 4.8 Defer the repayment of PTPTN loan to all borrowers who earn less than RM4000 per month and eliminate the policy of black listing borrowers’ who default on their payment Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 4.9 Expand the TVET schools in a more structured manner, by expanding German Dual Vocational Training (GDVT) schools across the country. Through these schemes, companies will be paid for conducting in-house training for TVET students. Start the discussion!
Achieved 4. Youths 5.1 Offer free broadcasts via RTM of all major sports leagues around the world, including the Premier League. Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 5.2 Build bicycle routes in cities throughout Malaysia through cooperation with local authorities. Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 5.3 Build 100 more green recreation areas throughout the country, including at least 10 water parks and extreme sports. Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 5.4 Build racetracks in certain areas to help young people who love motor sport to indulge in such activities safely. Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 5.5 Build an e-sports "stadium" with a complete infrastructure to help young people with the potential to advance in this field. Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 5.6 Support the development of eco-sports infrastructure such as mountain climbing, cross-country cycling, obstacle races and other suitable sports in selected regions throughout the country. Start the discussion!
Not started 4. Youths 5.7 Promote the development of art activities by emulating the success of the George Town Festival in Penang which is an inclusive state-level art festival Start the discussion!
Not started 5. Senior Citizens 1. Income tax deductions to those who decide to return to work after retirement. Start the discussion!
Not started 5. Senior Citizens 2. Introduce anti-discrimination laws so that any employer who discriminates the elderly because of their age will be punished appropriately. Start the discussion!
Not started 5. Senior Citizens 3. Provide subsidies and incentives to encourage the construction of retirement villages that can guarantee a good quality of life for our seniors. Start the discussion!
Not started 5. Senior Citizens 4. Giving greater allocations for public hospitals for elderly health care. Start the discussion!
Not started 5. Senior Citizens 5. Restructure government policies to create a caring economy, including by providing qualifications related to care and needs of senior citizens at the IPTAs and IPTS Start the discussion!
Not started 5. Senior Citizens 6. Increase the number of Senior Citizen Activity Centre. Start the discussion!
Not started 5. Senior Citizens 7. To provide a contribution of RM150 to every senior (60 years and above) as practised in Penang currently. Start the discussion!
Achieved 01. Abolish the GST and take steps to reduce cost of living Start the discussion!
In progress 02. Stabilise the price of petrol and introduce targeted petrol subsidies. Start the discussion!
Not started 03. Abolish unnecessary debts that have been imposed on FELDA settlers. Start the discussion!
In progress 04. Introduce EPF contribution for housewives Start the discussion!
Not started 05. Equalise the minimum wage nationally and start the processes to increase the minimum wage. Start the discussion!
In progress 06. Postpone the repayment of PTPTN to all graduates whose salaries are below RM4,000 per month and abolish the blacklisting policy. Start the discussion!
Not started 07. Set up a Special Cabinet Committee to properly enforce the Malaysia Agreement 1963. Start the discussion!
In progress 08. Set up Royal Commissions of Inquiry on 1MDB, FELDA, MARA and Tabung Haji, and to reform the governance of these bodies. Start the discussion!
Not started 09. Introduce Skim Peduli Sihat with RM500 worth of funding for the B40 group for basic treatments in registered private clinics. Start the discussion!
In progress 10. Initiate a comprehensive review of all megaprojects that have been awarded to foreign countries Start the discussion!