Wednesday, January 09, 2008

I Still Know What You Did Last Budget 2008...

[Scan by Doc Mave]



Moving to the second thrust of the budget, the prime minister announced the abolishment of school fees for primary and secondary school students.
[Source]

And the people on the streets interviewed at that time were like kneeling on their knees...worshiping the great Bedol.

And officially on January the 1st:

Some schools wants the pupils to pay for maintenance and repairs. Other payments required include:

Examination papers
Annual sports
Islamic and Moral activities
Insurance
Malaysian School Sports Council
PAFA record book
School rules & regulation guidebook
Ethics book
Report card
School badge
Sports T-shirt
Track suit
Name tag
Monthly Assessment and report cards

And some pupils even have to pay school’s pee fee. A secondary school in Tanjung Malim is charging students 10 sen if they want to use the toilet during “non-recess” periods. It was reported that the toilet charges started about two years ago and money collected was to be used to repair the toilets.

['The great free school fees', as compiled by Mave]

Yesterday's (Jan 8th) theSun front page:



"Eh, you tak suka bayar, you boleh keluar sekolah?"


You still want more feel good news on front pages?

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