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2017 in Malaysia

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2017 in Malaysia is Malaysia's 60th anniversary of its independence and 54th anniversary of its formation of Malaysia.

The following lists events from 2017 in Malaysia.

Incumbents

Federal level

State level

Events

January

  • 1 January – Visit ASEAN Year 2017 has officially begun.[1]
  • 1 January – The new speed limiters device for all buses are enforced.[2]
  • 1 January – The light reflectors became compulsory to all commercial vehicles.[3]
  • 1 January – At least ten people were injured during a New Year's Day fireworks show at the Pandamaran Sports Complex in Port Klang.[4]
  • 9 January – Anwar Ibrahim arrives in Penang high court for his RM70 million defamation suit against an English daily and three other parties.[5]
  • 9 January – Suasa Airlines was fined RM380,000 for carrying passengers between Kuala Lumpur and Langkawi without a valid permit in Sepang court, Selangor. Suasa Airlines operated this flight as a "demonstration flight" on 22 July 2016.[6]
  • 9 January – Mohd Faiz Subri, Malaysian footballer won the Puskas Award for best goal at the Best FIFA Football Awards for 2016 in Zurich, Switzerland.[7]
  • 11 January – Chief Minister of Sarawak, Adenan Satem died at the age of 72. His body was buried in a Muslim cemetery Semariang, Kuching, Sarawak.[8]
  • 12 January – Sarawak declared mourning for seven days to commemorate the death of Tan Sri Adenan Satem.[9]
  • 13 January – Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) deputy president Datuk Amar Abang Johari Abang Openg sworn as the sixth Sarawak chief minister in front of Governor of Sarawak Tun Abdul Taib Mahmud at the Astana Negeri in Petra Jaya at 4:05 pm. He succeeds Tan Sri Adenan Satem who died of heart failure on 11 January.[10]
  • 13 January – Three Malaysian militants, including an Islamic State (IS) group leader, were killed following airstrikes in Raqqa, Syria, according to reports by Bukit Aman counter terrorism unit deputy director Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay.[11]
  • 17 January – Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 crash:
    • Malaysia, Australia and China announced the suspension the underwater search because unable to locate aircraft.[12]
  • 18 January – Former MCA President Ling Liong Sik was installed as University Tunku Abdul Rahman's (UTAR) first chancellor during the university's 24th convocation ceremony.[13]
  • 19 January – Because hitting a luxury car believed to belong to a 'Datuk', a truck driver was beaten by a group of men in Ampang, Selangor allegedly unhappy with the incident that could not be avoided. The incident was recorded by the camera and viral on social media.[14]
  • 25 January – 1,596 people were evacuated from 7 districts in Pahang but no casualties were reported.[15]
  • 28 January – 2017 Mengalum Island boat accident :
  • 29 January – 2017 Mengalum Island boat accident :
    • The boat captain and one crew member were rescued by another tourist boat on in afternoon after they floating in the sea for a day. While a fishermen boat found the 20 Chinese tourists along with the three that are confirmed dead some hours later, comprising two men and a woman but six people still are missing.[17]
  • 30 January – 2017 Mengalum Island boat accident :
    • Prime Minister Najib Razak called for a thorough investigation over the incident and called all parties to abide by rules and guidelines set by the Government to ensure their safety. He wrote on Facebook that "I take the Sabah boat capsize tragedy very seriously, and I want a thorough investigation to identify the cause of the incident. However, for now, complete focus must be given to the search and rescue of six other victims who are still missing".[18]
    • Sabah State Chief Minister Musa Aman offered his deepest condolences to the families of the victims who perished in the incident and called for relevant authorities to enforce strict regulation. The Chief Minister added "My thoughts and prayers also go to those who are still missing",[19]

February

March

April

May

June

July

Siemens Inspiro from MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line.

August

September

  • 1 September – Bahasa Malaysia (Malay Language) celebrate its 50th anniversary (Golden Jubilee) of the National Language of Malaysia.[citation needed]
  • 4 September – Datuk Seri Mohamad Fuzi Harun appointed as 11th Inspector-General of Police replacing Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar effective September 4.[280]
  • 5 September – Former 10th Inspector-General of Police, Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar appointed as new chairman of Prasarana Malaysia Berhad.[281]
  • 5 September – Malaysia government summoned Myanmar's ambassador to express displeasure over violence of Rohingya in Myanmar's Rakhine State.[282]
  • 6 September – Astro Awani, Malaysian popular news channel celebrate 10th anniversary.
  • 7 September – A group of Paralympian cyclist were injured in a suspected hit-and-run accident during training for preparation 2017 ASEAN Para Games in Kuala Lumpur-Kuala Selangor Expressway (LATAR) near Templer.[283]
  • 8 September – Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission blocked access to Steam, the world largest online games provider after provider failed to remove controversial games "Fight of Gods" a combat game featuring Jesus Christ and Buddha among others within 24 hours after given warning by government.[284] The blocked has lifted in next day after Steam finally remove the controversial games.[284]
  • 9 September – Malaysia government launch humanitarian aid mission to Bangladesh to help Rohingya refugees caught in Myanmar's internal conflict in Rakhine State.[285]
  • 9 September – Prime Minister, Najib Razak says Rohingya ethnic face systematic atrocities including torture, rape and murder in Myanmar.[286]
  • 10 September – About 1,000 women, including politicians and women's rights activists, gathered at a rally in the Kuala Lumpur to protest against the country's "toxic politics".[287]
  • 11 September – Sultan Abdul Halim Mua'dzam Shah, Sultan of Kedah, second oldest monarch in the world and former Yang di-Pertuan Agong (1970 - 1975); (2011 - 2016) died at age 89.
    • Sultan Abdul Halim dies at 2:30 pm in Istana Anak Bukit, Alor Setar, Kedah.[288]
    • Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister and politicians expressed sadness and conveyed a condolences over the death of Sultan of Kedah.[289]
    • Prime Minister, Najib Razak has requested that the Malaysian flag be flown at half-mast throughout the country for two days.[290]
    • Kedah flag will be flown at half-mast for three days from today and period of mourning would be seven days.[291]
    • Menteri Besar of Kedah, Ahmad Bashah Md Hanipah declare a public holiday in Kedah on 12 September.[291]
  • 12 September – Death of Sultan Abdul Halim Mua'dzam Shah :
    • Estimated thousand of people and dignitaries walks of life thronged Istana Anak Bukit to pay their last respects to the late Sultan of Kedah at the lying-in-state at Dewan Penghadapan.[292]
    • The paying of last respects by for public was held from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm. Dignitaries paid their last respects from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm.
    • Singapore Acting President J.Y. Pillay and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong have written to the Sultanah of Kedah, Tuanku Sultanah Hajah Haminah to convey their condolences on the passing of her husband.[293]
    • Sultan Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah's remains buried at the Kedah Royal Mausoleum in Langgar. His remains were safely buried around 5:15 pm.[294]
    • Tunku Sallehuddin Ibni Almarhum Sultan Badlishah, was proclaimed as 29th Sultan of Kedah, the younger brother of Sultan Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah.[295]
  • 12 September – Prime Minister, Najib Razak has met United States President, Donald Trump at White House, Washington DC. He became the second Southeast Asian leader to meet 45th US president on US soil.[296]
  • 14 September – 23 people, most of them students, were killed in a fire that broke out at Darul Quran Ittifaqiyah, a tahfiz (religious) school in Datuk Keramat, Kuala Lumpur. This is worst fire tragedy in 2 decades since 1989 Kedah Madrasah Fire.[297]
    • Malaysian Fire and Rescue Department said the school caught fire at about 5:15 am. The blaze began in the sleeping quarters on the top floor of the three-storey school building. Seven people were taken to a nearby hospital for injuries, while 11 others were rescued. Many victims could not escape because of only one entrance and metal grills on window.
    • Prime Minister, Najib Razak has expressed his condolences over this incident through Twitter post.[298]
    • Many politicians and royalty express their condolences for the victims.[299][300][301]
    • Former Prime Minister, Mahathir Mohamad visit the survivor victims at Hospital Kuala Lumpur and said no lessons learnt from 1989 fire tragedy.[302]
  • 15 September – 2017 Darul Quran Ittifaqiyah madrasa fire:
    • Malaysian Fire and Rescue Department's investigation found that fires were not caused by short circuit. The investigation of the Forensic Unit and the Energy Commission confirmed the condition of the electrical circuit at the main switch of the central building was in good condition and suspected possibility of arson attempt.[303]
    • All 23 victims have been successfully identified via DNA testing.[304]
    • Eleven of the 23 students and teachers who perished in the fire have been laid to rest at the Raudhatul Sakinah Cemetery in Taman Batu Muda, Batu Caves, Gombak.[305]
    • Chief Islamic Consumers Association of Malaysia (PPIM), Datuk Nadzim Johan, said CCTV at the PPIM office showed a man who climbed a fence before entering into a premises adjacent to the religious center.[306]

Disney announced Club Mickey Mouse in Malaysia aired on Disney Channel, except Natasya because it replaced by Ellya.

  • 16 September – Malaysia celebrates 54th anniversary of its formation.[310]
  • 17 September – Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) confirmed it has rejected the organisers' application to hold The Better Beer Festival.[311]
  • 17 September – Opening ceremony of the 2017 ASEAN Para Games :
  • 23 September – Closing ceremony of the 2017 ASEAN Para Games :
    • The closing ceremony was held in Bukit Jalil National Stadium at 20:30 MST (UTC+8) and closed by Deputy Prime Minister, Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.[313]
    • Malaysia emerging as the second champion behind Indonesia with 90 gold, 85 silver and 83 bronze medals.
  • 24 September – A self-service launderette in Muar, Johor adopts Muslims-only policy, the owner put an 'Only For Muslims' sign in front of shop and picture went viral on social media. The picture received mixed reactions from netizens, with some praising the move and others questioning the motive for segregating customers based on their religious backgrounds.[314]
  • 28 September – Wisma Putra banned citizens from travelling to North Korea cited North Korea's missile tests and related developments. This prompted postpone for the third time an Asian Cup qualifier match between Malaysia and North Korea scheduled for October 5 in Pyongyang.[315]
  • 29 September – 2017 Darul Quran Ittifaqiyah madrasa fire:
    • 2 suspected teen was charged with murder court. Both pleaded guilty.[316]
  • 29 September – A film by Skop Production company, Abang Long Fadil 2, took the RM17.8 million collection, breaking the record of the highest ticket sales and highest Malaysian films surpassing Polis Evo.[317]
  • 29 September – Four families were killed in an accident at Jalan Gua Musang-Kuala Krai near Paloh Land Development Plan after hit rice trailers. Later, the trailers driver was positive drug testing.[318]
  • 29 September – Two members of the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) died at the Sungai Wangi Unit Detention Room, Sitiawan, Perak after both of them undergo physical training according to the procedure.[319] Later, police classifies as a murder case.[320]
  • 29 September – Youth and Sports Minister, Khairy Jamaluddin Abu Bakar ordered to pay RM150,000 in compensation to Anwar Ibrahim after the Kuala Lumpur High Court ruled that he had defamed the PKR Chairman.[321]
  • 30 September – A Malaysian student, Syahirah Amiruddin, was killed in a road accident in Carima village, Bone district, located 130 kilometers from Makassar City, in South Sulawesi., Indonesia.[322]

October

  • 1 October – Max Verstappen win of the final Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang, Selangor. This is final race for Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix edition.[323]
  • 3 October – The 10th anniversary of the first Malaysian angkasawan (astronaut), Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor to the International Space Station (ISS).
  • 3 October – Police arrested actor and managing director of DBI Properties, Datuk Nuruliman A Rahman or better known as Boy Iman and two suspect in Ampang and Setapak to assist in the investigation of housing sales scams involving RM6.2 million. This detention sparks various netizen reactions in social media.[324]
  • 6 October – Jamal Yunos, politician and "Red Shirts" leader broke 10 boxes containing 100 bottles of beer outside the Selangor secretariat's building as a symbol of protest against any attempt to hold a beer festival in the state. Later, police arrested him for participating in an illegal assembly and causing nuisance to the public.[325]
  • 8 October – Malaysians and former drug mules, Shyzlin Hataman who were sentenced to four years in Peru, died at age 43. He died before he could return to Malaysia.[326]
  • 10 October – Three workers were seriously injured in a work site after explosion from old World War 2 bomb while carrying out housekeeping work at the Bandar Malaysia Mass Rapid Transit station site. Later, one of workers suddenly died in next day.[327]
  • 11 October – Zamihan Mat Zin, Islamic preacher arrested by police under Sedition Act over viral video depicts Zamihan allegedly saying it was wrong Sultan of Johor, Sultan Ibrahim to prohibit a Muslim-only laundrette from operating in the state and labelled Chinese people as being "unhygienic". The video sparks outrage to public.[328] Later, he was freed under police custody.[329]
  • 14 October – A light aircraft crashed into Sungai Rambai, Malacca killed the pilot while one passengers is injured.[330]
  • 15 October – Thousands of people attended "Love Malaysia, Eliminate Kleptocracy" rally organise by Pakatan Harapan party at Padang Timur, Petaling Jaya, Selangor despite poor turnout and warning by police.[331]
  • 15–16 October – Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani make two day state visit to Malaysia.[332]
  • 16 October – A Malaysian died after believed to have been hit by a bullet that fired four gunmen at the checkpoint at Kampung Cek He, Takbai, Thailand.[333]
  • 17 October – Two were killed while 10 others injured including two serious injuries in a car collided with a van at Jalan Sungai Petani towards Tikam Batu, Kedah.[334]
  • 17 October – chief executive officer (CEO) of Malaysia Airlines, Peter Bellew resigned from his position and return to Ryanair as Chief Operations Officer (COO).[335]
  • 19 October – Philliphines government said Malaysian lecturer and militant Dr Mahmud Ahmad is believed to have been killed in Marawi City in southern Philippines.[336]
  • 21 October – Estimated 14 people feared in buried while two workers found dead in construction site landslide in Tanjung Bungah, Penang.[337]
  • 24 October – 8 people dead while 35 injured in horror collision between two factory buses and a factory van near the Juru toll plaza in Bukit Mertajam, Seberang Prai, Penang.

November

December

  • 1 December – The sale of alcoholic beverages is restricted to non-Muslims above 21 years of age from the current 18.[347]
  • 4 December – The Malacca Monorail returned to operation after four years of halted.[348]
  • 6 December – Miss Tourism International 2017-2018 Beauty Pageant.
  • 8 December – Thousands of people gathered in front of the United States embassy in Jalan Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur to protest against the United States government's move to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital.[349]
  • 8 December – Actress and host Neelofa has been appointed as a new independent non-executive director at AirAsia.[350]
  • 9 December – The Malaysian NGO Association chairman, Jamal Yunos was detained by a team of police officers at the Kuala Lumpur Police Contingent Headquarters at Putra World Trade Center (PWTC) believed to threaten DAP politician, Datuk Zaid Ibrahim.[351]
  • 11 December – Minister in the Prime Minister's Department, Datuk Seri Jamil Khir Baharom announced the Federal Territory Mosque as an 'adopted mosque' to Al-Aqsa as a sign of solidarity to the Al-Aqsa Mosque which is now facing a threat following the US decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.[352]
  • 12 December – Ivana Esther Robert Smit, a Dutch-born model found dead in a nude state as a fall from the balcony of a 20-story apartment in the Kuala Lumpur.[353]
  • 12 December – Five families including a baby boy were killed after their car collided with an express bus at Kilometer 176 Jalan Segamat-Labis near Kampung Melayu Raya, Segamat, Johor.[354]
  • 13 December – McDonald's Malaysia lodged a police report at the Dang Wangi Police Station, against more than 20 individuals and organizations who made false charges and called for boycotting fast food restaurants because connection with financing funds to Israel.[355]
  • 13 December – Five were killed in a fire at 5 am at the nursing home center of Novel Care Home Center in Sungai Long, Kajang, Selangor.[356]
  • 14 December – Dewan Negara approves the Financial Bill 2017 to amend the Income Tax Act 1967, the Real Property Gains Tax Act 1976, the Goods and Services Tax Act 2014 and the Financial Act 2013.[357]
  • 15 December – UNIC, the nasyid group was detained by the Syrian authorities due to SOP problems.[358]
  • 19 December – Seremban Magistrate's Court released a teacher, Azizan Manap or also known as Cikgu Azizan from a charged with deliberately causing injuries to the left cheek of an 11-year-old boy student, in front of school gathering site at 7 am, 6 April ago. This case received netizen attention and most netizens condemned the parent's action for file a suit against Cikgu Azizan.[359]
  • 21 December – Malaysia joined more than 120 countries voting in favour of a UN General Assembly resolution calling for the United States to drop its recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital, ignoring a threat by US President Donald Trump to cut off financial aid to countries voting against his move.[360][361]
  • 22 December – Prime Minister, Najib Razak led thousands of protester in a rally to show solidarity with Palestinians, protest against the United States decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital.[362]
  • 31 December – Visit ASEAN Year 2017 will officially end.[1]

National Day and Malaysia Day

National Day theme

Negaraku, Sehati Sejiwa (My Country, United by Heart and Soul)

National Day parade

Dataran Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia Day celebration

Kota Kinabalu, Sabah

Sports

Births

Deaths

See also

References

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