The proposal for a new agreement to replace the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63) is expected to be the focus of the Parliament sitting today.
According to the order paper on the Parliament’s official website, the matter will be raised by Mohd Azis Jamman (Warisan-Sepanggar) during the ministers' question time.
He will also ask about the implications for Sabah and Sarawak if MA63 is cancelled and replaced with a new agreement.
Also on the list is a question by Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim (BN-Baling) to the energy and natural resources minister on the ministry's measures to ensure the safety of the people, especially the residents in Gunung Inas Baling, Kedah, following the recent waterhead incident.
Mohd Nizar Zakaria (BN-Parit) will pose a question to tourism, arts and culture minister about the government's actions against those who offer haj by proxy (badal haj) services at unreasonable prices, mostly motivated by fraud, and how can this be stopped.
There will also be a question by Tengku Zulpuri Raja Puji (PH-Raub) to the finance minister on measures to address the country's economic downturn, the sharp depreciation of the ringgit and the rising cost of living.
The Parliament siting today will also see the tabling of the Armed Forces Fund Bill (Amendment) 2022 for the first reading and the debate on the Independent Police Conduct Commission Bill 2020 for the second reading.
The current Parliament sitting runs for 12 days until Aug 4.