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Sunday, April 20, 2008

Teng Chang Khim to be Selangor state assembly speaker, the first non-Malay speaker

On Sunday, 20 April 2007, Menteri Besar of Selangor, Khalid Ibrahim made a historical announcement. He announced that Teng Chang Khim will be appointed the Selangor state assembly speaker at the next Tuesday 22 April 2008, making him the first non-Malay to hold the post.

Another histotorical event will be created by the appointment of the first woman speaker, PKR's Taman Medan state representative Haniza Takha, as the deputy speaker of the Selangor State Assembly.

On Tuesday 22 April 2008, all the Selangor state representatives would be sworn in and the first sitting of the state assembly will also take place on Tuesday.

However, Teng Chang Khim declined to comment on whether he is happy about his appointment as the Speaker after being left out in the Selangor Exco.

3 comments:

No Kacau, Don't Kacau said...

Very well very well
Now BN mus watch how the opposition is governing the states. Total crap of governing before March 8.
This is what we call multiracial Malaysia.

http://dontkacau.blogspot.com/

No Kacau, Don't Kacau said...

Thanks for reply my comment, Peter.
No worry, your comment didn't duplicate in my blog. And absolutely you are not kacau-ing me when you posted your comment in my blog.
I am quite new here. Need more popularity to my blogs :)
Stay cool and have a nice day.

Anonymous said...

Kita rakyat malaysia gembira kerana dapat tegok perubahan yang positif.