Over and over again, you find people talking a lot recently about a “new normal”, and everyone is convinced how the world after Covid-19 may never be the same.
In recent days, the pandemic curve has been showing signs of flattening. This occurs as Malaysia enters its third phase of the Movement Control Order. The government has begun to ease restrictions on certain sectors to resume business operations. The legal industry is one such sector, but the move could have benefited with more careful […]
The country is going into a partial lockdown under the nationwide Movement Control Order. The Federal Government has invoked the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases Act (PCID) 1988 and the Police Act (PA) 1967.
Socso had finally heard our voices and withdrew their directive to impose stringent conditions on subsidising dialysis. This is, beyond the shadow of a doubt, a victory for the working-class of Malaysia.
The MCA would like to state its disdain with SOCSO’s decision to revise its terms of eligibility for dialysis treatment, which may render many new contributors and beneficiaries under SOCSO’s Invalidity Pension, Employment Injury and Invalidity Grant Scheme ineligible for treatment.