G25 concerned with govt’s ‘paranoia’ against Sajat

The G25 group has spoken out about the recent news of local authorities seeking the extradition of Nur Sajat.

Sarawak Report: Silence from the Ministry of Finance as the MACC investigates itself

Astonishing secrecy with which the case of ex-Spy Chief Hasanah Abdul Hamid has been handled.

Nazir Razak: Malaysia resistant to reform due to ‘three-headed monster’

The country is ruled by a “three-headed monster” of corruption, communal identity, and the concentration of power wielded by Umno.

Ramon Navaratnam: Mahathir’s ‘my way’ hobbled the civil service

Malaysia still has a good civil service, but corruption within the public sector has increased over the years, says a retired top official.

Murray Hunter: ‘Bodek’ culture and the civil service

Deep within Malaysia’s bodek culture is the imperative that it’s wrong to criticise or contradict a superior, particularly senior ones.

Trapped in a Mexican standoff

Muhyiddin, Najib and Ismail are now in a Mexican standoff.

Kit Siang sees CSA slipping away amid talk Najib will be appointed as PM...

Lim Kit Siang sees the proposed confidence and supply agreement (CSA) between the government and opposition slipping away.

TI-M: Let Parliament appoint MACC chief as part of reform agenda

TI-M wants the government to introduce reforms in MACC to allow it to work independently.

Kit Siang: PM might not even last 100 days in office

Ismail Sabri Yaakob’s stint as the prime minister could come to a quick end following a slew of blunders he has made since assuming office on August 21.

Kadir Jasin on Muhyiddin’s new appointment: It’s madness

The appointment of a “failed” prime minister to head a vital body like the National Recovery Council shows Ismail Sabri is treating the government like a “playground”.