Former UN Rep: PN Govt Backtracking on Commitment to Revise Poverty...

PN government is backtracking on the previous PH administration's commitment to revise the national poverty line.

Why Everybody Needs a Six-Month Emergency Fund

Any financial advisor worth their salt will emphasize the importance of having an emergency fund.

Bersih 2.0 Calls for Ariff to Remain Speaker, Parliamentary Reforms to...

Electoral watchdog Bersih 2.0 has urged federal lawmakers to reject the government’s motions to remove Dewan Rakyat Speaker Ariff Md Yusof and his deputy, Nga Kor Ming.

Malaysians Demand Removal of “Dehumanising” Billboard Portraying Lim Kok Wing as...

A petition has been launched demanding the removal of a controversial billboard showing Lim Kok Wing as the “King of Africa.”

Rights Group Warns of Return to “The Bad Old Days” for...

An international rights watchdog today accused the government of backsliding in terms of free speech by clamping down on various individuals after PN took federal power in March.

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.

Rights Group: Unlawful to Revoke Work Permit of Migrant in Al Jazeera Documentary

Rights group LFL has criticised the enforcement authority for what it claimed as illegally revoking the work permit of a Bangladesh national who appeared in the Al Jazeera documentary.

Art Harun Says No Regrets on Accepting Speaker’s Role

Azhar Azizan Harun, better known as Art Harun, said he has no regrets over accepting his new role as the Dewan Rakyat Speaker despite criticism hurled at him by the opposition bloc.

Tony Pua’s Questions on 1MDB, MPs on Trial Rejected by Dewan Speaker

Two questions by Damansara MP Tony Pua on former prime minister Najib Razak and other Barisan Nasional MPs on trial for corruption have been rejected by the Dewan Rakyat speaker.

Shafee: Sri Ram’s Appointment as DPP to Get Najib Charged, Convicted

The appointment of Gopal Sri Ram as the DPP in the 1MDB-linked cases was to get Najib charged and convicted.

Rosmah’s Bribe Trial: Day 15

Nothing wrong playing golf with businessman, ex-ministry official tells court.

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