The littoral combat ship (LCS) project and policies to encourage the use of electric vehicles (EV) are expected to be the focus of today's Dewan Rakyat sitting.
According to the order paper, questions on the measures taken by the government to overcome the LCS issue will be raised by Nordin Ahmad Ismail (PN-Lumut) to the defence minister during the question-and-answer session.
There will also be a question for the international trade and industry minister from Jimmy Puah Wee Tse (PH-Tebrau) on the ministry's policy to encourage the use of EVs and additional charging points for EVs nationwide.
Meanwhile, Shahidan Kasim (PN-Arau) will ask the communications and digital minister about the effectiveness of the Sedition Act 1948, the Official Secrets Act 1972 and the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998.
He will also ask if the government intends to review the laws relating to media freedom, to address the problem of unethical journalists who, for example, write headlines that contradict the article content.
Amirudin Shari (PH-Gombak) will ask the prime minister about the digitisation of government services and the government’s plan and timeline for the initiative to be fully implemented, as well as the measures taken to ensure user access control in terms of cyber security.
After the question-and-answer session, members of the Dewan Rakyat will continue the debate session on the motion of thanks on the royal address.
The current Dewan Rakyat will sit until March 30