Economists: Poor GLC Governance Can Give Rise to More 1MDBs

Economists have stressed the need to reform GLCs to ensure they are efficient and operate with sufficient checks and balances.

The Fine Line Between Present Needs and Future Concerns

The trade-off we make between the present and the future.

Budget 2021: What the Govt Does Not Want You to Know

Billions of ringgit of dubious allocations.

Tian Chua: Budget Fails to Address Urgent Needs of SMEs

Budget 2021 has greatly disappointed SMEs and micro enterprises who urgently need financial support to survive in the long term.

Ex-Health Minister Laments Heavy Budget Cut on Healthcare

Dzulkefly Ahmad has lamented the heavy budget cut in almost all health services.

Kit Siang Sees Red over Massive Cut in Funds for Public...

Lim Kit Siang has urged Tengku Zafrul Aziz to restore the cuts in funds for public health and curative care in the annual budget.

Budget 2021: Experts Sceptical of Govt’s Revenue, Economic Recovery Projection

The government believes that Malaysia's economy would fare better next year against the backdrop of the Covid-19 pandemic and economic downturn.

Opinions from Parties About Budget 2021

The fledgeling PN government tabled its Budget 2021 yesterday.

Lawyer: 80 MPs Limit in Parliament a Threat to Democracy

A lawyer today said the move to limit Parliament to just 80 MPs at any one time from next week is a threat to democracy.

Lawyers, MPs: Digital Parliament Not “Rocket Science”, All Down to Political...

Parliamentary proceedings in Malaysia can easily be conducted online through video-conferencing.

Mukhriz: A-G Role in Suit Against Agong a Conflict of Interest

The attorney-general cannot represent Putrajaya in its suit to dispute the decision of the Agong in rejecting the cabinet’s advice to declare an emergency in the country.

Loke: Tajuddin Has Narrow Political View

Anthony Loke said Tajuddin Abdul Rahman has a narrow political view for thinking that equal monetary allocation to opposition MPs amounts to "killing" the BN.

Dennis Ignatius: Najib’s Appointment a New Low for Malaysia

UMNO-BN is whitewashing Najjib’s criminality and glossing over his betrayal of the nation’s trust, and giving him a patina of respectability he does not deserve.

Kadir: Bringing up Emergency Makes PM Look Desperate

In raising the matter of an emergency again yesterday, Muhyiddin Yassin looked desperate.

Dennis Ignatius: Please, Not Another Mahathir Administration

He has disappointed us twice before; he doesn’t deserve a third chance.

Big Changes in Store for Travel Business

It is better to venture into other fields or go into suspended animation, reactivating the travel business only when tourism recovers fully in 2024.

Failure to Defeat Budget 2021

With a leader like the confused and indecisive Anwar, who needs enemies?

P Ramakrishnan: Defeating the Budget – Why Not Now? Why Later?

If PH cannot succeed at the policy stage, how definite is PH that on 17 December it will not fail to defeat the Budget.

Religious Group: Banning Liquor Unconstitutional

The government should look at regulating the sale of liquor instead of imposing a blanket ban.

Covid-19: 1,315 New Cases

Malaysia today recorded 1,315 new Covid-19 cases.

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