Opposition, Activists: What Happened to Asset Declaration?

Shortly after becoming prime minister, Muhyiddin promised that all PN cabinet members would declare their assets within a month after coming to power.

Group Against Human Trafficking: What Happened to Wang Kelian RCI Findings?

A Penang-based group against human trafficking today questioned the fate of the RCI findings on the mass graves discovered in Wang Kelian.

Tian Chua to Launch New Movement for Social Cohesion

PKR vice-president Tian Chua is launching a new movement to address issues of inequality and social cohesion in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak.

Five Ex-Chiefs Slam Bar President’s Statement on Riza Aziz

Statement “uncharacteristic” of Bar's fearless independence.

Lawyers: Riza Aziz ‘Deal’ Sends Wrong Signal

Public will perceive admission of guilt on Riza’s part.

Deputy Chairman: Final Say, Power on Redelination Should Rest with EC,...

The ultimate power of electoral redelineation, including the final say, should rest with the EC.

Bersih Calls for Longer Parliament Sitting

The PN government should hold a more substantive parliamentary meeting to debate measures to handle the Covid-19 pandemic.

Lawyers: Federal Govt Cannot Compel States to Reopen Economy in EMCO

The Federal government is not legally empowered to compel states to reopen their economy during the CMCO.

Banning Child Marriages – Azalina Wants Ministry to Continue PH’s Good...

Umno supreme council member Azalina Othman Said believes the government should continue its predecessor's good work.

Journalists’ Group: PN Back to Denying Fair Access

The media are being denied access to reporting on ministers under Perikatan Nasional, the Centre for Independent Journalism (CIJ) said in conjunction with World Press Freedom Day today.

GLC Reform Group: Set up an Independent Oversight Mechanism for GLCs

The GLC Reform Group are deeply concerned with recent developments regarding the appointment of various politicians to lead GLCs and statutory bodies.

Lawyers for Liberty: Wanton Arrests, Punishments Go Against MCO’s Original Aims

The Attorney-General’s Chambers must consider if it is really in the public’s interest to bring prosecutions that result in jail sentences for minor breaches of the MCO.

Outgoing SPAN Commissioners: Future Plans “Effectively Stymied”

All the commissioners of the National Water Commission (SPAN) received letters on April 19 backdating their termination as members of the commission to April 10.

Fury Erupts over Double Standard for MCO Violators

Human rights groups are livid that ordinary tax-paying citizens are being jailed for violating the MCO, while cabinet members and their deputies face no consequences.

Azmin Lost Sight of Socso’s Purpose, Says ‘Aghast’ MTUC Sec-Gen

Socso funds are meant to help injured or sick workers and their families in time of need.

No Sign Chinese Votes Returning to BN

There is no clear indication BN is regaining Chinese votes, despite the coalition’s impressive outings in by-elections held after the GE14.

Covid-19: 57 New Cases

A total of 57 new positive Covid-19 cases were reported overnight in the country today, 51 of them being local transmissions and the other six import cases.

Mystery Penang ‘Plane Crash’: 3 Unrelated ‘Witnesses’ Provide Similar Accounts

Police have recorded statements from 10 people, including three "witnesses", over an alleged plane crash at sea near Pulau Tikus.

Court Advises Khalid Samad, FMT to Settle Defamation Suit Amicably

The High Court here today advised that the defamation suit filed by Khalid Abdul Samad against FMT and its former editor-in-chief, be settled amicably.

Syed Saddiq to Juggle Between Studies and Muda

With his studies resuming at a Singapore university, Syed Saddiq is going to have his hands full.

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