The 14th General Election saw a massive number of young voters as compared to previous elections. Now that people from all age ranges are getting more involved with Malaysia’s political scene, we should get to know anything and everything too.
Starting with the Cabinet of Malaysia. No, it isn’t a wooden item where you put things like clothes or household goods inside.
The cabinet is an executive branch of the government. They are made up of councils who hold vital positions across the government and are led by the prime minister.
Together, they are the ones who go into discussions and debates to formulate national economic policies and development programs, propose and amend the law, and set the budget and finance of the country.
Here’s the full list of ministers, deputy ministers and their positions: