Lawyer: Lock-up rape case – charge the cops too

The two policemen on duty when an underage girl was allegedly raped by another inmate in the Miri police station must also be investigated.

Ten former Bar presidents: PN govt’s Emergency laws “dangerous precedent”, table...

The current Emergency on Malaysia is a “dangerous precedent".

Two Christian Sabahans Sue Hadi

Two Sabahans have filed a lawsuit against Hadi Awang as a public interest matter.

No More CMCO, Please: Retailers Want Govt to Use More Targeted...

Retailers are asking the government to apply a more targeted approach when it comes to restricting movement instead of implementing a blanket CMCO.

Suaram: Freedoms, Human Rights Threatened Under PN

The various freedoms that were enjoyed during the reign of PH have evaporated with the arrival of the new government.

Religious Group: Banning Liquor Unconstitutional

The government should look at regulating the sale of liquor instead of imposing a blanket ban.

Economists: Why Let 8 Million Tap EPF When Govt Can Afford...

One key amendment made to Budget 2021 yesterday was the expansion of the eligibility criteria for EPF Account 1 withdrawals.

Bersih 2.0: Don’t Change Quarantine Rules to Benefit Govt MPs

Putrajaya should not arbitrarily change the SOP on the mandatory 14-day quarantine to accommodate MPs linked to the ruling coalition,.

Bersih 2.0: Pahang MB Will Have Unchecked Power

Bersih 2.0) has decried the creation of up to five unelected seats of State Legislative Assembly Members in Pahang,.

Takiyuddin: Greed, Living Beyond Means Among Top Reasons for Corruption Among...

Being greedy and wanting to live a lifestyle beyond what they can afford have been identified as being among the primary causes of corruption among public officers.

Putrajaya Slammed over Secrecy Clauses in US$3.9B 1MDB-Goldman Deal

Rights groups today questioned the government’s need for secrecy clauses in the US$3.9 billion (RM16 billion) settlement with Goldman over the 1MDB scandal.

Workers’ Union Wants Investigation into EPF’s Financial Standing

A workers' union today calls for the government to initiate an independent committee to investigate the financial standing of the EPF.

Takiyuddin: PN Govt May Bring Back Anti-Fake News Act

The Perikatan Nasional government would reintroduce the Anti-Fake News Act if there was a need for such a law.

Queries over Jasa’s Revival Persist

Questions have been raised over the government’s move to resurrect Jasa when its said functions appear to overlap with the existing Information Department.

Get New PAC Members Appointed on Monday, Chief Pleads with Speaker

Dewan Rakyat Speaker Azhar Azizan Harun has been urged to ensure that new members for the PAC are sworn in when the Lower House convenes next Monday.

When Tommy Thomas came within a breath of not being A-G

Tommy Thomas was asked to tender his resignation as attorney-general even before he could clock a day on the job – because of Malay opposition to his appointment.

Mariam Mokhtar on the biggest obstacle to a progressive modern Malaysia

The main obstacle to a modern, progressive Malaysia is the educated, professional, well-travelled, English-speaking urban Malay.

C4 Centre questions Najib’s claim of ignorance of meat cartel

The C4 Centre has questioned how Najib Razak could plead ignorance to the existence of the meat cartel syndicate in the country.

Jomo: Emergency does not automatically mean suspension of Parliament

A proclamation of emergency does not necessarily mean Parliament has to be suspended.

Ismail Sabri: 2.8 million may lose jobs if total lockdown imposed

Ismail Sabri Yaakob has today painted a grim picture for Malaysians should another full lockdown is imposed on economic activities like last year.

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