Survey: Majority Live in ‘Extreme Worry’, Unsure About Government

A survey aimed at forming a National Worry Index (NWI) has found the worry level to be at "maximum".

Deadline Long Passed, MACC Still Waiting for Opposition MPs’ Asset Declarations

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission is still waiting for copies of asset declarations by opposition MPs, even though the deadline has lapsed for almost two months.

Ramkarpal: Sedition Act Removal Suffering from “One Study After Another”

Deputy home minister says won’t rush into abolishing Sedition Act.

Ramkarpal Tells Govt: Keep Your Promise of Repealing Sosma

Liew Vui Keong said Putrajaya seeks to review, not repeal Sosma, while NGOs and MPs said best to do away with “mostly draconian” act.

Lawyers: Voters Can Sue Politicians to Stop Undemocratic Change of Government

The Federal Court’s landmark ruling that the tort of misfeasance in public office can be extended to politicians.

Convincing Seven States to Ban Child Marriages

De facto Islamic affairs minister Mujahid Yusof Rawa said his ministry will continue to convince the various state religious departments to ban child marriages.

Seven States Refuse Child Marriage Ban

The seven states that are not complying with raising the minimum age for marriage to 18 to curb child marriages are Sarawak, Pahang, Terengganu, Perlis, Negri Sembilan, Kedah and Kelantan.

Siti Kasim’s Maju Draws the Crowd at First Roadshow

Siti Kasim's Maju building a more progressive Malaysia.

Activist Jufazli Says CAGED Rep Rama Intimidated for Publicising Case

An activist has accused police of intimidating Rama Ramanathan for reporting his disappearance in police custody after questioning and seizing the latter’s mobile phone and laptop.

Guan Eng: Cabinet Agrees to Defend Constitution, Vernacular Schools Constitutional

The existence of vernacular schools is consistent with the Federal Constitution and the cabinet has agreed to defend the constitution.

Report: Deep State or Not, PH Must Learn to Work with...

There is a “deep state” in the Malaysian civil service.

NGOs Condemn Conviction of Five Men for Attempting Gay Sex

Human rights NGOs said the sentencing of five men to canings for attempted sexual intercourse against the order of nature is an indicator of growing hostility towards LGBTQ in the country.

Activists’ Arrests Putting PH in Bad Light

Investigations into several activists and the delay in repealing oppressive laws are putting the Pakatan Harapan government in a bad light.

PAS Rep’s Baffling Linking of Naik’s Extradition with LTTE Killing of...

A PAS MP yesterday baffled lawmakers in the Dewan Rakyat by linking calls for Zakir Naik’s extradition with the LTTE and the killing of a former prime minister of India.

Bersih Disappointed at PH’s Conduct During Tg Piai By-Election

Bersih 2.0 is disappointed with the conduct of the Pakatan Harapan government’s abuse of state resources during the Tanjung Piai by-elections.

PKR Wanita Delgates Get Standing Ovation for Speeches Rejecting Racism, Child Marriage

Ask what you can get for rakyat and not yourselves, PKR women’s chief tells delegates.

AG: Appeal Against Rafizi Done Without His Knowledge, to Act Against Errant Officers

Tommy Thomas shocked by news reports that the AGC had appealed against the acquittal of Rafizi Ramli.

Don’t Come, Hilman, Dr Wan Azizah Quips

Don’t attend the PKR Congress if you don’t want to, Dr Wan Azizah said to Youth deputy chief Hilman Idham.

Totally Untrue: A-G Debunks Zahid’s Tit-for-Tat Claim over Chin Peng’s Ashes

A-G Tommy Thomas has clarified that he never communicated with Zahid Hamidi regarding the ashes of Chin Peng.

PAS: Back Door, Front Door, We’ll Take Any One

PAS today said it had no problem with forming a backdoor government, unlike Umno which earlier said it would only take over from PH through formal means.

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