Have Your Say In The Upcoming Budget 2020
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Malaysians can now give their ideas and suggestions for the upcoming National Budget for the year 2020. Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng will be tabling the Budget 2020 in Parliament on Friday, 11 October 2019, and citizens have until 11 September to submit their suggestions to the Ministry of Finance online.

Members of the public can share their thoughts on any of the 14 Budget categories up for discussion:

  • Addressing cost of living
  • Improving the quality of education
  • Improving job opportunities
  • Strengthening the public sector
  • Improving public infrastructure
  • Exploring new technology and innovation
  • Fostering entrepreneurship and businesses
  • Ensuring social welfare and development
  • Encouraging a healthy lifestyle
  • Improving access to housing
  • Preserving the environment through sustainable development
  • Maintaining public safety and security
  • Spurring the development of sports
  • Strengthening Malaysia’s finance

According to the Ministry of Finance, this effort is an accessible way for all members of society to put forward their opinions through multiple channels. All you need to do is go to the Belanjawan 2020 website and leave your name, email address, and submit your suggestion for Budget 2020. Alternatively, you can use the hashtag #belanjawan2020 for your suggestions on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

 

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