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Popek Popek Parlimen: ‘Doctors’ Selling Cosmetic Products?

25-Jul-22 17:00

Popek Popek Parlimen: ‘Doctors’ Selling Cosmetic Products?

In today's session, the MPs discussed a variety of topics which include bottled cooking oil subsidies, stalled housing projects, the implementation of the minimum wage that started on the 1st of May, as well as issues cropping up from cosmetic products being promoted on various media platforms using the professional title ‘doctor.’

Image Source: KESKIP KKM, Facebook

Produced by: Alia Zefri

Presented by: Lee Chwi Lynn, Sharmilla Ganesan


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Categories:  governmentpolitics

Tags:  politicsgovernmentparliamentcosmeticminimum wagecooking oilsubsidieshousing





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