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Kit Siang’s Dramatic ‘Endorsement’ Of Najib Brings Focus On Political Donations

DAP veteran leader Lim Kit Siang's dramatic statement about Najib underlines the urgent national need for a Royal Commission of Inquiry on political donations There...

Memoirs By Malaysian Politicians No True Confessions

Memoirs based on selective amnesia raise more questions than are answered History probably may not judge almost all of the spate of local Memoirs kindly....

RM, If Pegged Within Narrow Range, Will Help Quash Speculative Activities

RM pegging, last resort for stability, should be introduced if there's volatility, firstly as policy which 'may' be enforced. In PART 1 we saw "Consumers,...

Consumers, If United, Can Help Fight Rising Prices

China's Zero Covid-19 Policy contributory factor in rising prices worldwide! PART 1 . . . If there are far too few goods and services in...

Mahathir Fears Being Dragged To Justice If Anwar Becomes PM

Mahathir and family risk civil action for allegedly money laundering activities In Part 1 we saw that the Agong advised Wan Azizah that she...

Najib Needs ‘Perfect’ Appeal in Federal Court On SRC Case

Appeal hinges on key initiatives including from sacked AG Apandi Ali. Former Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak, besides engaging QCs from the Commonwealth, can further...


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The court, as evident from 1MDB charges, has degenerated into alleged "abuse of power", based on bits and pieces, on prerogative and discretionary powers of government and management!

Malaysian Films And The Quest For Quality

The box-office success of Mat Kilau is great, but is Malaysia all about producing racing and silat films? Veteran filmmaker and film history buff Anwardi Jamil weighs in his views on what it takes to bring our films to the global arena, without having to ruffle the Hollywood popcorn-fare feathers.

Brazil Girds For Tight Runoff Vote After Lula’s Victory In Election

Lula, a two-term former president who was imprisoned on false corruption convictions that were later overturned, received the most votes in Sunday's presidential election and remains the favourite to win the race later this month, according to many analysts.