Courts, commissioner of oath offices allowed to operate during NRP First Phase except in EMCO localities – Senior Minister Ismail

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KUALA LUMPUR JULY 2: The Commissioner of Oath offices are permitted to operate throughout the First Phase of the National Recovery Plan (NRP) except in localities under Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO) as decided by the National Security Council (MKN).

Senior and Defence Minister, Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said, the Commissioner of Oath office has played an important role in supporting the real estate, banking and contract operations and business sectors.

Ismail added, the government has also decided to allow the courts to continue with the criminal case trials throughout the First Phase of NRP except in EMCO areas.

“For civil cases including tribunals, the government allows it to be operated via online including localities under EMCO,” Ismail said in a statement here today.

Ismail said, the Task Force Compliance Operation had checked on 2,719 factories, 15,981 business premises and 94 workers’ hostels. From that five factories and 10 business premises were instructed to close down due to not adhering to the directives from the government and the standard operating procedure (SOP).   

“Since 25th June until 1st July 2021, 132,633 business premises, factories and workers’ hostels had been checked. Throughout the period, 726 premises had been issued with compounds while 75 were instructed to close down,” Ismail said.

Meanwhile the Task Force Compliance Operation yesterday had detained 636 individuals for not adhering to the SOP and out of which 597 individuals had been issued with compounds while 39 were remanded.

Among the non-compliance activities include state/district travel without permission/eating/drinking at the premises (182), no physical distancing (116), failing to record personal details/registration when entering premises (94), not wearing mask (89), not adhering to the movement control order (54), carrying more passengers (25), premises failing to adhere to directives (14) and activities at the entertainment centres (6). –Malaysia World News      

 

 


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