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M’sian minister thinks M’sian drivers tua kee

In Malaysia on 05/02/2019 at 11:01 am

They have extraterritorial rights here isit? Like the ang mohs and Japanese in China at the turn of the 20th century? They could break Chinese laws and not face Chinese justice.

Taz what I tot When I read

Vehicles with unpaid fines banned from Singapore: Malaysia seeks further discussion, says minister*

Wah think can bully S’pore isit? Like trespassing our waters? Nk kum guan that cannot cancel HSR without compensation? And kanna pay us $15m in exchange for delaying HSR?

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*More on M’sian arrogance:

Malaysia will hold further discussions with Singapore after the latter country announced a future ban on foreign vehicles with outstanding fines, said Malaysia’s Deputy Foreign Minister Marzuki Yahya on Sunday (Feb 3).

  1. “We understand the ban has been issued effective April 1, 2019. We are in the process of discussion with Singapore and we need to discuss further on the matter,” he told reporters after an event in the Penang town of Batu Kawan.

“We have our own method to discuss this matter with Singapore. The discussion will be conducted simultaneously with the bilateral meeting with the republic later,” he added.

Marzuki was speaking in response to Johor International Trade, Investment and Utility Committee chairman Jimmy Puah, who said on Saturday that Malaysia had the right to make the same rule.

Earlier on Saturday, Singapore authorities had announced that foreign vehicles with outstanding fines for traffic, parking or vehicular emissions offences may be denied entry from Apr 1.

They said that motorists of foreign vehicles have so far accumulated about 400,000 outstanding fines amounting to S$32 million.
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“About 60,000 foreign vehicles enter Singapore daily. The majority of foreign motorists are law abiding,” said the agencies that included the Singapore Police Force and Land Transport Authority.

Read more at https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asia/malaysia-further-discussion-singapore-foreign-vehicle-ban-fines-11199814

  1. the year ’98 was the last time I was anywhere in johor or m’sia.

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