MOVEMENT FOR MONETARY JUSTICE (MMJ)’S RESPONSE TO BUDGET 2021 The Finance Minister presented the Malaysian Budget 2021 on 6th November 2020 which was clearly a compassionate, Rakyat-centric budget. Some people are likely to call it even an Election budget. The...
Our monetary system is a seriously flawed one. Movement for Monetary Justice Malaysia (MMJ) has been engaging with the public, bankers, academics and government, pointing this out and its serious implications for the Rakyat. In particular, we are referring to the fiat...
Official Statement of Movement For Monetary Justice On Recent Government Economic Policies To Cope With Covid19 Epidemic
OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF MOVEMENT FOR MONETARY JUSTICE ON RECENT GOVERNMENT ECONOMIC POLICIES INCLUDING THOSE TO COPE WITH THE WUHAN VIRUS OR COVID19 EPIDEMIC...
Movement for Monetary Justice, Malaysia lauds the call by our Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir in Tokyo today that the East Asia Group of Countries creates a new currency pegged against gold to settle international settlements.
Baru-baru ini kita dimaklumkan bahawa Kerajaan sedang menimbang untuk menukar mata wang kertas sebagai salah satu strategi melawan rasuah seperti mana yang dilakukan oleh negara India kebelakangan ini.
Tatkala isu mata wang negara sedang giat diperbincangkan ini, Gerakan Keadilan Monetari, satu pertubuhan bukan kerajaan yang ditubuhkan untuk hasrat Reformasi Sistem Monetari demi lebih kesejahteraan rakyat Malaysia, merasakan bahawa waktu telah tiba bagi negara Malaysia untuk mempertimbangkan reformasi sistem monetarinya.
We are informed the Government is considering changing its paper currency in order to combat corruption, in a similar manner as was done by India recently.
Whilst the subject of national currency is being discussed Movement for Monetary Justice, an NGO dedicated to Reform of the Monetary System for the better wellbeing of the people, feels the time is now opportune for the Nation to consider a Reform of its Monetary System.
A Reform that will remove insidious inflation causing inter alia high food and rocketing house prices, reverse a persistently widening poverty gap, increase economic output, remove unemployment of youth and graduates, apart from addressing other more international monetary concerns.