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In the meantime, Central States, Penang & Singapore....
....should start some "citizen's pacification projects" which can generate income as well!|
(The issues created by Barisan Nasional and Pakatan Rakyat are being tabulated, for debate in the next general elections in 2013. This could ranged from Illegal Bajau Filipino immigration to Sabah, Sarawak's trouble with Bakun, other renewable projects, Terengganu's crude oil royalty programme, Perak government's land title problem to villagers, Negeri Sembilan slow development, slow development of the Suburban Malaccan-Batu Pahat and Seberang Perai -Keday suburban sprawl, maybe Iskandar development corridor development issue, Upgrading of Penang island and it's city; both coalition parties has many issues now)
I really find it silly for politicians to "sabotage" each others development agenda. But, i guess this explain slow developments in democratic state when the politicians don't respect the boundary between NATIONAL and STATE rule. (This is created by previous administration of the Barisan Nasiional, i guess....all kind of impediments against autonomous development of the states, taking away local initiatives for "sick reasons")
A clearer STATE and FEDERAL government jurisdiction picture will be beneficial now. The chipping off of those boundaries are creating trouble for the future generation in Malaya-Borneo-Singapore region.