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Budget 2023: More Given To Sports, But Will There Be Transparency?

Noraseela Mohd Khalid , President, Malaysian Olympians Association | Haresh Deol , twentytwo13.my

11-Oct-22 21:00

Budget 2023: More Given To Sports, But Will There Be Transparency?

After budget allocation for sports was cut by almost 70% in 2022, the 2023 Budget promises more goodies in all sectors of the ecosystem with RM332million allocated to the industry. Notwithstanding the fact that the budget will be retabled/tweaked following the dissolution of parliament & the upcoming general elections - this week, we dive deeper into the allocation covering all facets of the industry - from the elites, grassroots, esports, parasports, as well as sports operators/associations. We also ask the age old question, will there be transparency with the trickling of funds?

Noraseela Khalid from MOA (Malaysian Olympians Association) & Haresh Deol from twentytwo13 joins us.

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