Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim joins the crowd at last night's 'Rakyat Hakim Negara' gathering in Seberang Jaya. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Hasnoor Hussain, October 23, 2014.Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim said there are bigger problems in the country than the recent "I want to touch a dog" event which he said has been turned into "a national issue that threatens the nation". "There are Muslims who are involved in gambling firms and beer companies. A minister's family member has a multi-million ringgit security labelling contract for liquor and beer.
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Just two years ago, a bowl of fishball noodle costs $2.50. Today, it costs $3.00 or even $3.50 in residential coffee shop at Tampines. A typical data plan for mobile is now more expensive today. Just two years ago, a 12 Gbyte mobile data costs about $24.00. Today 5 Gbyte mobile data plan costs $19.00 with addition $5 for each 1Gbyte data excess. When my data plan expires, I'm not going to renew it.
The Police has charged Han Hui Hui and Roy Ngerng with two charges - for “public nuisance” and of committing an offence under Regulation 23(2)(b) under the Parks and Trees Regulations, Cap 216. The offence carries a total penalty of $6,000 for each person. A total of six Singaporeans have now been charged in connection with the #ReturnOurCPF protest. They have been asked to appear in court on Monday or be arrested and charged with contempt of court.
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