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Date: 30 Nov 1999
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PAS Govt. will meet pledges- Hadi
KUALA TERENGGANU, Nov 30 (Bernama) -- The Terengganu PAS government will make good its promises made before yesterday's general election, Menteri Besar Haji Abdul Hadi Awang said.
He said the pledges -- abolishing of toll charges on Sultan Mahmud Bridge, two-day weekly rest for government servants and scrapping of assessment rates for residential units would be implemented as soon as possible as it involved the people's welfare.
"First we will abolish the toll charges on Sultan Mahmud Bridge and the staff affected will be absorbed into other departments, second we will give Friday and Saturday off for state government servants.
"Third, assessment rate for residential houses will be scrapped...after a detailed study on the relevant laws is completed," he said at the news conference at the Menteri Besar's office in Wisma Darul Iman here today.
Abdul Hadi who held his first news conference after receiving his letter of appointment as Menteri Besar, said announcement on other policies would be made from time to time, in line with what was spelt out in PAS' manifesto.
Earlier Abdul Hadi and other PAS leaders held discussions with senior state government officials including State Secretary Datuk Mohamad Jusoh and State Economic Planning Unit Director Datuk Ismail Sulong.
"We have to follow procedures ...the drafting of laws and need to be passed by the State Legislative Assembly as well as other matters connected to it," he said.
Asked on whether Hudud laws would be implemented in Terengganu, Abdul Hadi said it would have to follow existing procedures.
Abdul Hadi also said the new executive council line-up would be sworn in at Istana Maziah on Thursday. -- BERNAMA