People from the opposition party and foreigner visitor and often ask me what good about Terengganu's current Government
Well for me it gona be hard to answer, since i love BARISAN NATIONAL.. So best to look at an article taken from News Strait Time Press N also a Report from the AUDITOR GENERAL’S REPORT 2011 on the activities of TERENGGANU STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS/AGENCIES AND THE MANAGEMENT OF STATE GOVERNMENT COMPANIES by NATIONAL AUDIT DEPARTMENT MALAYSIA and make your own conclusion
Terengganu records tremendous progress
"With the surpluses, the accumulated deficit balance of Consolidated Revenue Account (CRA) has decreased to RM233.49 million."
Terengganu completed 361 projects out of 480 planned projects, with 94 still in progress and the remainder yet to start.
The performance of the Housing Aid Programme (HAP) was deemed excellent, with 97.7 per cent completed.
HAP is carried out by the state government to improve the quality of life for the poor by providing safe accommodation equipped with basic facilities.
"This programme consists of three categories, namely building new houses, refurbishment of houses and roof replacement," the report stated.
Terengganu also improved on management of state government-linked companies, with Syarikat Percetakan Yayasan Islam Terengganu Sdn Bhd (SPYIT) gaining RM2.62 million in 2010.
SPYIT was incorporated as a private limited company and taken over by Terengganu Incorporated Sdn Bhd (TISB), a wholly-owned company of the Menteri Besar Incorporated.
However, Auditor-General Tan Sri Ambrin Buang recommended that SPYIT diversify from its business of printing, while improving promotional activities and enhancing the management of final printed products and raw materials.
"The audit on the management of activities and corporate governance found that they were satisfactory except for poor storage of final printed products and raw materials."
On the tourism sector, Terengganu achieved its target of attracting tourists in line with upgrades in public facilities to encourage arrivals into the state.
According to the report, the state government had built facilities such as pedestrian pathways, hybrid solar site and the construction of centralised sewerage system to preserve the ecosystem of Redang and Perhentian islands.
"To enhance the tourism sector, the state government had allocated RM41.7 million and RM29.18 million in four years (2008-2011) for its development and promotion," the report stated.