Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Mohd Nazri Abdul Aziz had said that government scholarships for undergraduate studies overseas would be phased out from next year.
He was quoted as admitting that the government does not have the “capacity” to finance the studies of the growing pool of bright students.
Although it is an unpopular move, the public will have to accept the reality of the government's situation, he had added.
Both MCA and MIC are against the move. What else can they do?
Ironically, this government is willing to spend another RM800 million to build a new parliament building in Putrajaya.
More than RM810 million has been budgeted for the still under construction new palace at Jalan Duta. I am sure the the royal highness would rather see the money being used to send our brightest to acquire skills and knowledge from some of the best universities in the world since ours can't even break into the top 500 league.
With such contradictions, how can the government help to move our workforce up the value chain and help to enable them to earn higher salary?
This is the second flip-flop after the finance minister said that no sports gambling license was ever issued to Ascot Sdn Bhd.
Who is telling the truth? Vincent Tan or Finance Minister?
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