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.
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.
A workers' union today calls for the government to initiate an independent committee to investigate the financial standing of the EPF.
The Perikatan Nasional government would reintroduce the Anti-Fake News Act if there was a need for such a law.
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.
The Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih 2.0) steering committee has proposed three options for the prime minister to end the current political crisis.
It would be an unlawful design and a justiciable matter if the objective of the emergency declaration was to suspend Parliament and to gain emergency powers.
Electoral reform group Bersih 2.0 has claimed there was vote-buying and bribery offences by almost all parties and candidates during the Sabah polls last month.
Orang Asli told a town hall meeting yesterday that they were forced by the state authorities to choose between keeping their village land or the KLNRF.
Bersih 2.0 today cautioned the EC that it could face lawsuits if it refused to let voters infected with Covid-19 cast their ballots in the Sabah poll this Saturday.
Bersih 2.0 today called on the MACC to investigate Muhyiddin Yassin for allegedly engaging in corrupt practices while campaigning in Sabah for the state election.
The EC's move to bar non-official media from covering the nomination process in all nomination centres is disappointing and undemocratic.