Thursday, October 30, 2014


Di KLIA ada , di Subang ada, di Kepala Batas ada, di Pengkalan Chepa ada, di Kota Kinabalu ada.... ehhh.... Si Bodoh ni tinggal di hutan mana ?

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Globalization Wields Double-Edged Sword

By Mahathir Mohamad (Prime Minister of Malaysia)

It was the first time that such meetings have focused on the financial system, and
its prominence this time was because developing nations have real problems with it.
Among the G-15 nations, Malaysia, Indonesia and Brazil have faced problems caused
by currency traders and we know the consequences of having them attack our
Many countries were eager to hear about how Malaysia handled the problem
including currency controls and regulating short-term capital from other countries.
Now, we appreciate better the kind of threat that can come with globalization.
We all agree that globalization is something that has to happen. We cannot stop it. But
on the other hand, it should be regulated in such a way that it will not harm national
We need to have a dialogue with the north, or developed nations, in particular
with the Group of 7 leading industrialized nations. We think that when the new
international financial architecture is designed it should not be done only by the G-7
countries or Bretton Woods institutions such as the International Monetary Fund
(IMF), the World Bank or BIS. Developing countries like Malaysia should have a say
in changing the world financial system since we have faced the problems that it has
During the G-15 meeting, Venezuela was very keen to know about Malaysia's
currency controls in detail. I explained how we prevent Malaysia's money from
getting into the hands of the currency traders. The question was how do we pay for
imports when we control the currency. In case of Malaysia, I explained that we export
more than we import. Therefore we earn sufficient foreign exchange to pay for our
imports and even to pay our debts.
However, in the case of Latin American countries, the value of imports is much
bigger than that of exports, so they must borrow money. Because of this, when their
currency is devalued they find themselves unable to pay. So it is quite difficult for
them to emulate what Malaysia has done.
Brazil has taken a different course of action by accepting the IMF regime.
Although we were attacked in the same way as Brazil has been, we have been able to
resist the need to go to the IMF and we have regained control over our currency.
We in Malaysia have been discussing currency controls for quite a long time.
Many of us were afraid that they would damage our economy. It was difficult to
convince everybody that we need to have currency controls. Eventually everyone
agreed that we have no other way out. Now we know that currency controls have been
effective in stabilizing our economy and getting it back onto the growth path.
Before attending the G-15 summit, I attended the World Economic Forum in
Davos, Switzerland. I used to go there every year, but for the past 10 years other
representatives from my country have attended. These included Malaysia's former Deputy Prime Minister, Anwar Ibrahim, who was very popular as he always agreed
with the Western views. So, I wanted to know why the Western nations were
criticizing us for what we have done. I wanted to have the opportunity to speak to
them about our currency controls. I found out that they did not know what kind of
controls we have imposed. Still many of the speakers in Davos were supportive of the
idea of currency controls. Their attitude has apparently changed. Many even
expressed their objections to the IMF and the currency traders. Even Canadian Prime
Minister Jean Chretien spoke about "the young boys with red suspenders" trying to
teach governments how to run their countries. He obviously did not like to be told
how to run his country by these youngsters who had never run governments.
More people now support the Malaysian stand, so much so that a well-known
Western magazine expresses the view that the rantings of Prime Minister Mahathir are
now regarded as "conventional wisdom."
In a way, I am happy that many people in the West now understand our views on
currency trading but we are still not getting anywhere regarding regulating currency
trading. The United States, in particular, is still very much against any attempt to curb
currency trading.
In Davos, I really had the opportunity to meet senior editors of major Western
newspapers and television networks. Some of them seem bent on making me out as
anti-Jewish. Apparently mentioning that the currency traders are Jews and Europeans
prove that I am anti-Jew. That Jewish firms such as Salomon Smith Barney and
Goldman Sachs are advisers to the Malaysian government is not regarded as
disproving my being anti-Jew. There seem to be a desire to antagonize the Jews so
that Malaysia will face difficulties in attracting investments or borrowing money.
In 1997 in Hong Kong at the World Bank-IMF meeting, I blamed currency
traders for the economic turmoil that we were suffering. Immediately, I was attacked
for failure to understand the international financial market and the herd behavior of
the investors. Everytime I criticized them, they pushed down the value of the ringgit,
almost as though to punish me. Some Malaysians also advised me not to talk against
the currency traders because they can make things difficult for us.
Because of IMF pressure we had initially increased the rate of interest and
squeezed credit for our businesses. The banks and the businesses were almost
bankrupted. The Malaysian government then decided to go against IMF advice and
impose currency controls, reduce interest rates and increase liquidity. We were
condemned by almost everyone. They said the currency would get worse or at best
would only improve for a short while.
But today, as we all know, many experts have come round to the view that we are
right on both counts. We did not disagree with the views of others simply for the sake
of disagreeing. We may not be expert analysts and learned academics. But we have
considerable experience in developing Malaysia, a multiracial and potentially unstable
country once dependent upon just two commodities, rubber and tin. We converted
Malaysia into a middle-income country with 80 percent of its 70 billion U.S. dollars
in exports consisting of sophisticated electronic goods. Surely we must know
something about running a country, developing it, and managing its finance. When we took a stand against currency trading and unrestricted capital flows, we knew what we
were doing.
My deputy, Anwar Ibrahim, whom I had to remove recently, was a populist. He
likes to be praised, especially by foreign VIPs. He is especially liked by his U.S.
counterparts because he always agrees with them. I am afraid I like to speak my mind
and some of my views are not popular with foreigners. This is something that I cannot
In my student days, I was a rebel. I was not popular with my teachers. Even
though I got good marks I didn't get the right recommendations. I wanted to study law,
but I could not get a scholarship. When I was young we had to call all Europeans
'masters,' in Malay 'Tuan.' We were always regarded as inferior to them. I always
resented having to call other people master. I think in my own country I should be the
master. We called them master out of politeness, but they assumed that when we
called them master we thought of them as being our masters.
Malaysia was not a full colony. We had our own governments, our own sultan
(king). When the British came back after World War II, they wanted to make Malaysia
a full colony. I organized protests against the proposed Malayan Union. I didn't want
to be under other people's rule. I want to be independent. To be independent means
not taking orders from others. If you are independent you must be free, to be able to
say what you think.
Unfortunately, although the West advocates free speech, they don't like others to
freely criticize them. It is also the same with globalization and free flows across
borders. While they insist on free flows of capital across borders they object to free
flows of people, especially poor colored people into their countries. Fairness and
justice mean different things to them. I remember the case of a well-known golf
course in California that was bought by the Japanese. The Americans sold it because
they needed the money, but Japanese people could not become members of the golf
club. For them it is fair, but if we do the same thing it is not fair.
The 21st century looks gloomy for the developing world. Unfortunately it is
likely to be so unless the G-15 countries can influence the decisions of some countries
of the northern hemisphere, such as those in Europe.
There is a deliberate attempt by the north to dominate the world economy. Oil
companies, which were broken up into small companies, are now merging to become
much bigger. Automobile companies, too, are merging to become huge. All industries
are becoming very, very big, because with their size they can dominate small
industries like those in Malaysia. They attacked our stock market, causing the shares
to go down, so that they can buy our companies cheap. In the end they will control
our economy and our people. I am so worried that we will lose our independence
when that happens.
Politically, we may seem independent, but once we become economically
dominated we will lose our political freedom as well. An example is the banana
republics of Central America. There, the economy is entirely dependent upon the
revenue from bananas. The foreign owners of the banana plantations are able to
influence the politics of these countries.  The only way we can prevent these things from happening is by working
together. Japan should understand our problems. Japan is the world's second-biggest
economy, so Japan should work together with us.
Before the recent meeting of G-7 financial ministers in Bonn, Germany, I wrote
letters to all the leaders of G-7 countries, including U.S. President Bill Clinton. I
asked that developing countries be included in the planning of a new world financial
architecture. The G-15 nations should take a role in this process. As you know, the
north has decided that only the G-7 and institutions like the IMF, the World Bank, BIS
and others under their control will design the new architecture. We have no say. The
solution is going to help them, not us. Japan, Germany, France, even Canada, believe
that some form of currency control is needed. However, currency trading is done
almost exclusively by U.S. firms. So until the United States agrees, there will be no
new financial architecture.
I am also in favor of the idea drawn up by Japan to have an exchange rate band
between the U.S. dollar and the yen or the euro. I flew to France on the way back
from Jamaica, and met French President Jacques Chirac for two hours. He also agreed
with this idea, he even went to the United States to push that idea. But, as you know,
the resolution of that issue was vague. The United States says that everybody agrees
not to regulate currency trading but others say that only the United States is against
the idea. Currency trading benefits the United States. So why should they regulate it?
In a bipolar world, capitalist countries had to be friendly or we would defect to
the communist side. Now we cannot defect to the other side anymore. This will be so
unless Japan and the EU countries decide to oppose the gigantic power of the United
States. Japan can help if it disposes of the dollar bonds that it holds. Alternatively,
Japan can make some money available to us.


Pendidikan Islam, Sejarah Islam dan Sirah Rasulullah sewajarnya wajib di PERKASAKAN bermula di sekolah rendah lagi. Ini bagi menyemai dalam jiwa anak-anak kita cinta dan kasih kepada Allah, Nabi Muhammad SAW dan Agama Islam.
Amat membimbangkan anak-anak kita lebih mengenali artis-artis dalam dan luar negara berbanding mengenali Rasulullah SAW dan para sahabatnya. Abu Bakar as Siddiq, Usman bin Affan, Umar al Khattab, Ali bin Abi Talib, Bilal bin Rabbah, Zaid bin Haritsah, Khalid al Walid, Zubbair bin Awwam dan ramai lagi para sahabat nabi.
Tidak hairanlah jika hari ini mereka mudah terpesong dan dipesongkan oleh dakyah-dakyah anasir luar yang membawa ideologi perjuangan songsang dan mungkar. Jiwa muda yang kosong amat mudah diresapi oleh idealisme kebatilan dan perjuangan yang karut jika tidak diisi dengan roh Islam. Pepatah Melayu ada menyatakan, "Hendak melentur buluh biarlah dari rebungnya".
Pada saya jika pekara ini dipandang remeh dan usahanya sekadar "melepas batuk ditangga" dibimbangi negara kita bakal mewarisi generasi yang kosong jiwanya dan kontang rohaninya. Tamadun Islam bermula dari Roh Iman dan takwa dalam jiwa Umatnya bukan dari wang ringgit.


Ini 7 pandangan saya dalam kes Anwar Ibrahim.
1. Rakyat hakim negara hanya ketika pilihanraya bukan utk adili kes jenayah peribadi. Rakyat telah menghakimi BN & kami telah menang PRU13 yg lalu 133/222 kerusi. Anda telah kalah dengan 89/222 kerusi. Anak2 tadika pun faham 133 lebih banyak daripada 89.
2. Sebelas hakim, 11 orang telah yakin yg Anwar terlibat dgn liwat. 3 hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan kes pertama dgn Azizan nyatakan dlm 1 paragraf bahawa kejadian itu memang berlaku. 2 bebaskan Anwar hanya sbb teknikal kerana Azizan terlupa tarikh.
3. Kemudian Anwar minta supaya paragraf itu dibuang. Tahun ini 5 hakim secara 5-0 putuskan yg paragraf itu dikekalkan. Dgn kata lain, mereka bersetuju dgn fakta bahawa kejadian liwat memang berlaku. Siapa kita utk mempertikai kajian mereka yg pakar bab perundangan.
4. Dan bulan April thn ini 3 hakim mahkamah rayuan secara 3-0 setuju dengan tanpa syak lagi yg Anwar memang meliwat Saiful. Boleh baca keputusan ini dalam . Jadi 3+5+3=11 hakim telah buat keputusan ttg Anwar.
Bukan 1 org tapi 11 org hakim.
5. Hari ini & esok 5 lagi hakim akan buat keputusan di Mahkamah Persekutuan, keputusan terakhir utk Anwar bagi kes Liwat 2 ini, bukan Fitnah 2 mcm kata mereka. Jika Anwar dilepas, itu keputusan mahkamah yg perlu diterima. Jika Anwar tidak lepas, itu juga keputusan mahkamah yg perlu diterima.
6. Hanya org yg terdesak, org yg bersalah akan rasa terdesak lantas melakukan hal2 yg melanggar undang2 spt kejadian di UM mlm tadi. Org yg tidak bersalah sepatutnya hanya perlu tersenyum & berdoa serta bertawakal kpd Allah.
7. Anwar, cukuplah utk menipu rakyat. Cukuplah utk mengguna rakyat bagi kepentingan peribadi. Keadilan akan terbukti berdasar fakta kes anda. Jangan khuatir jika anda tidak meliwat. Namun jika anda mmg benar melakukannya, keadilan kpd Saiful akan terlaksana jua. Rakyat hakim negara pada PRU14 nanti. Bukan hari ini & esok.
Datuk Haji Ahmad bin Haji Maslan.
28/10/2014 Hari Selasa.

Saturday, October 11, 2014


The Najib administration is using accounting loopholes to mask the country’s real debt figures, which had actually increased to RM568.9 billion from RM539.9 billion at the end of December 2013, DAP publicity chief Tony Pua said today.

Pua said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak did not reveal the truth when he said at the unveiling of Budget 2015 today that his government was meeting the target of slashing its deficit, claiming it had reduced it to 3.5 per cent this year and is expected trim it down further to 3 per cent next year. “This seemingly healthier figure masks the fact that much of the Government-related expenditure today is actually carried out outside the ‘framework’ of the budget.

 “This means that the government has found innovative accounting loopholes to continue big-spending and racking up billions of ringgit in additional debt without jeopardising the much-studied figures like the official budget deficit percentage,” he said in a statement. Pua said the real debt figures, which he noted was hidden in this year’s Economic Report, works out to 52.8 per cent of Malaysia’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP), which is just 2 per cent below the official debt ceiling. -

The Petaling Jaya Utara MP also noted that Najib had steadily increased budget allocation for his ministry since taking office in 2009. “While (the debt) figure is itself a concern, what is more worrying is the contingent liability figure which has increased more significantly from RM84.3 billion in 2009 (when Datuk Seri Najib became the Prime Minister) to RM157.5 billion as at December 2013, or an increase of 86.8 per cent over the past five years,” he said.

 Pua said the figure is expected to increase further in 2014 and 2015 due to the numerous massive infrastructure projects carried out by state-owned corporations such as the MRT Corp and Syarikat Prasarana Negara Bhd.  He noted that in 2013, the federal government guaranteed RM6.5 billion for the MRT construction, an increase of RM4.1 billion from RM2.4 billion in 2012 and this figure is expected to increase much further this year as the on-going first phase of the MRT project is expected to cost in excess of RM22 billion.

Najib had also announced in his budget speech the launching of MRT Phase 2 from Selayang to Putrajaya at the value of RM23 billion. Pua said such allocations, being excluded from the main budget calculations, is masking the increase in the federal government’s contingent liabilities.

 “The substantial increase to our contingent liabilities relative to the budget deficit highlights the extent to which our official budget deficit percentage is off-the-mark from the real deficits in our government expenditure.

  “The above contingent liability figure is also an under-representation of our real hidden debts because much of these debts, while not explicitly guaranteed by the Federal Government, are implicitly guaranteed,” he said.

 Pua added that Najib had also failed to address the concern surrounding 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB)’s growing debt for example, which is in excess of RM36 billion accumulated in over just five years.  “It is disappointing that given the seriousness of the persistent deficits and growing Federal Government debt, the Prime Minister has failed to address these critical concerns in his 2015 Budget speech.

1MDB was not even mentioned in the Budget.  Pua said the unchecked expenditure via “off-balance-sheet government spending” can have serious negative implications on Malaysia’s financial system.  “The impact can certainly be devastating in the event of a negative external shock to our financial systems,” he said. -

Friday, October 10, 2014


Tanpa perlu kami berbaring di tepi jalan, tanpa terpekik dan terlolong macam anjing ,tanpa menyusahkan rakyat Malaysia dengan berdemo.... kami membawa aspirasi Anak Muda, golongan Belia khususnya dan Rakyat Malaysia amnya kepada kerajaan agar mendengar denyut nadi rakyat Malaysia yang cintakan negaranya. Sekalung tahniah diatas usaha yang gigih Ketua Penerangan MAYC Kebangsaan saudara Khairul Muzammil , Mayc Kebangsaan , saudara Wan Mohd Azmeerdeen dan sahabat-sahabat lainyang banyak membantu.
Ada sebelas pekara yang kami bawakan kepada pemerhatian kerajaan, antaranya:
1- Mencadangkan kepada kerajaan perkenalkan sistem subsidi minyak Khas buat golongan belia pelajar IPTA, IPTS dan kolej-kolej swasta.
2- Mencadangkan kepada kerajaan membantu golongan Muda Belia memiliki Rumah Mesra Belia agar tidak terlalu bergantung harap kepada PRIMA.
3. MEMPERKASA pengunaan MyKad iaitu kepada mereka yang layak menerima BR1M terutama golongan belia agar dimasukkan peruntukkan khas subsidi petrol kedalam MyKad.
4- Mencadangkan kepada kerajaan untuk memberi elaun RM500 selama 6 bulan kepada golongan muda belia yang menamatkan pengajian tetapi masih gagal mendapat pekerjaan (mereka yang layak).
5- Memperbanyak dan menambah Dana Latihan dan kursus bagi melatih golongan Belia khususnya diluar bandar bagi mereka yang berminat dalam dunia perniagaan atau kemahiran.

6- Memberi diskaun khas tambang bas Express dan kapal terbang kepada golongan belia yang masih belajar di IPTA, IPTS serta kolej-kolej. Ini dapat mengurangkan bebanan kepada belia yang masih belajar.
7- Memohon kerajaan mempertimbangkan untuk mengurangkan kos pengambilan lesen kereta dan motor yang saban tahun naik. Ini jelas dan terang membebankan golongan belia.
8- Memudahkan pembiayaan pinjaman perumahan atau perniagaan dengan melonggar syarat-syarat yang menyusahkan golongan belia yang berpotensi untuk maju terutama di PUNB, SME dan TEKUN.
Itulah antara harapan belia yang kami suarakan melalui pertubuhan MAYC untuk perhatian kerajaan. Apa pun usaha ini tidak akan terhenti disini, akan ada lagi gerak usaha yang lebih konkrit dan jitu untuk membantu golongan belia .Semoga apa yang kami usahakan mendapat keberkatan dan kejayaan.

Wednesday, October 8, 2014


Tahukah anda bagaimana kerajaan Malaysia menyediakan Belanjawan tahunan? Pernahkah terpacul daripada minda anda soalan-soalan seperti kenapa Kementerian A mendapat belanjawan lebih daripada Kementerian B? Atau kenapa negeri X mendapat lebih banyak peruntukan daripada negeri C?
Memandangkan Belanjawan Malaysia 2015 akan dibentangkan pada Jumaat, 10 Oktober 2015 ini, The Patriots ingin mengajak para pembaca untuk memahami sedikit sebanyak bagaimana Belanjawan Malaysia diperuntukkan.
Bagaimana Belanjawan ditentukan?
Malaysia pada asalnya mengamalkan sistem push-based budget. Dalam sistem push-based budget, belanjawan tahun hadapan ditentukan berdasarkan jangkaan peratusan peningkatan kos perbelanjaan terhadap kos perbelanjaan sebenar sesuatu kementerian pada tahun tersebut. Sama ada kementeriaan tersebut memerlukan peruntukan tersebut atau tidak, itu tidak diambil kira.
Sebagai contoh, Kementerian A mendapat peruntukan belanjawan sebanyak RM10 bilion semasa Belanjawan 2014, tetapi telah membelanjakan sebanyak RM11 bilion pada tahun 2014. Jika anggaran kadar kenaikan perbelanjaan bagi tahun 2015 adalah sebanyak 6%, maka peruntukan kasar untuk Kementerian A akan meningkat kepada RM11.66 bilion.
Bagaimana pula kalau peruntukan belanjawan tidak digunakan?
Katakan Kementerian B mendapat peruntukan sama semasa 2014, iaitu RM10 bilion. Tetapi hanya membelanjakan sebanyak RM9 bilion pada 2014. Maka peruntukan kasar yang bakal diperoleh pada 2015 adalah sebanyak RM9.54 bilion.
Kelemahan Sistem Push-Based Budget
Sistem push-based budget mempunyai kelemahan yang amat ketara iaitu, kementerian yang menerima peruntukan berlebihan akan berusaha untuk menghabiskan peruntukannya agar peruntukan pada tahun terkehadapan tidak akan dikurangkan. Akibatnya, muncul lubang-lubang untuk ketirisan dalam perbelanjaan kerajaan.
Kelemahan dalam sistem ini disedari oleh kerajaan. Oleh itu, sistem belanjawan ini telah diubahsuai untuk mengurangkan ruang untuk ketirisan ini. Pengubahsuaian ini adalah melalui proses perbincangan dengan rakyat dan dibandingkan laporan keperluan oleh setiap kementerian.
Peruntukan Kasar
Kini, setiap kementerian perlu mempertahankan peruntukan kasar yang mereka terima. Mereka perlu menunjukkan bagaimana dan ke mana peruntukan tersebut digunakan secara kasar.
Hujah-hujah daripada kementerian-kementeriaan ini kemudiannya akan dibandingkan dengan maklumbalas daripada rakyat yang diperoleh daripada proses perbincangan dengan rakyat, sama ada melalui perjumpaan secara terus dengan wakil-wakil rakyat, kumpulan-kumpulan berkepentingan* dan terkini, melalui media sosial.
Ruang untuk Diperbaiki
Walaupun sistem hibrid push-based budgeting dan needs-based budgeting ini sedikit sebanyak menutup banyak kelemahan dalam kaedah belanjawan Malaysia dibuat pada masa lampau, The Patriots ingin mencadangkan satu langkah lagi sebagai kaedah penambahbaikan kepada sistem sedia ada.
Saban tahun apabila Laporan Juru Audit Negara^ diterbitkan, tidak terlepas daripada pandangan bahawa akan adanya berlaku ketirisan dalam perbelanjaan kerajaan. Memandangkan laporan ini turut menyertakan laporan ketirisan dalam bentuk kewangan, kami ingin mencadangkan agar agensi-agensi dan kementerian yang mendapat laporan ketirisan ini diperlukan untuk membentangkan permohonan peruntukan belanjawan mereka secara terperinci untuk mendapat kelulusan peruntukan belanjawan.
Pada masa yang sama, Laporan Juru Audit Negara turut membentangkan isu-isu dan permasalahan yang dihadapi oleh agensi dan kementerian akibat kekurangan peruntukan. Laporan ini boleh digunakan sebagai sokongan untuk menambahkan peruntukan kepada suatu agensi dan kementerian, walaupun tidak dipohon oleh agensi/kementeriaan tersebut. Sebagai contoh, isu kapal-kapal dan jeti APMM yang usang.
Peruntukan Perbelanjaan untuk Negeri
Setiap negeri mendapat peruntukan dalam Belanjawan Negara berdasarkan bilangan penduduk di negeri tersebut. Dalam hal ini, negeri Selangor sebagai negeri yang mempunyai bilangan penduduk paling ramai akan mendapat peruntukan belanjawan tertinggi.
Berdasarkan Bahagian 1, Jadual 10 dalam Perlembagaan Malaysia, peruntukan bagi setiap negeri ditentukan berdasarkan kadar-kadar berikut:
a. Untuk 100,000 orang pertama, diperuntukkan sebanyak RM72 bagi setiap individu,
b. Untuk 500,000 orang seterusnya, diperuntukkan sebanyak RM10.20 bagi setiap individu,
c. Untuk 500,000 orang seterusnya, diperuntukkan sebanyak RM10.80 bagi setiap individu,
d. Untuk setiap individu seterusnya, RM11.40 bagi setiap individu.
Bilangan penduduk dalam setiap negeri ini ditentukan melalui 2 cara;
1. Bancian penduduk yang perlu dibuat setiap 5 tahun.
2. Ekstrapolasi bilangan penduduk berdasarkan kadar pertambahan bilangan penduduk.
Dengan menggunakan Sarawak sebagai contoh, bilangan penduduk Sarawak pada 2013 adalah 2.619 juta orang (wikipedia). Dengan mengambil kira kadar pertambahan penduduk sebagai 4% (anggaran semata-mata), bilangan penduduk Sarawak pada tahun 2015 dianggarkan pada 2.832 juta. Oleh itu, peruntukan yang bakal diterima oleh Sarawak adalah RM37,444,800.
Oleh itu, proses pembancian penduduk yang dibuat setiap 5 tahun, walaupun dilihat seperti membazir masa, sebenarnya amat penting kepada wadah pembangunan kebangsaan.
Peruntukan Khas bagi Sabah dan Sarawak
Dalam Bahagian 4 Jadual 10, Sabah dan Sarawak mendapat peruntukan khas daripada Kerajaan Persekutuan.
Sarawak mendapat peruntukan khas sebanyak RM5,800,000 setiap tahun bersertakan peruntukan khas lain yang ditentukan di bawah Artikel 112D. Dalam artikel ini, pendapatan yang dihasilkan dalam Sarawak yang sepatutnya disalurkan kepada Kerajaan Persekutuan berdasarkan Jadual 9, tetapi tidak dituntut oleh Kerajaan Persekutuan.
Sabah pula mendapat peruntukan khas tidak kurang daripada RM5,179,500 setiap tahun, dan sebanyak 40% pendapatan Kerajaan Persekutuan yang diterima daripada kawasan-kawasan Sabah setiap tahun.
Pendapatan yang diterima daripada percukaian (cukai pendapatan dan eksais kastam) bagi kedua-dua Sabah dan Sarawak pula tidak dihantar kepada kerajaan Persekutuan, dan sebaliknya menjadi sebahagian daripada peruntukan terus kepada Sabah dan Sarawak.