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10/05 – Anniversary Of A Malaysian Disaster

A political disaster began to unfold with the collapse of the BN gov't in May 2018 Today marks the fourth anniversary of the fall of...

Najib Can ‘Adduce’ Fresh Evidence For New RM42m SRC Trial

The former Prime Minister can initiate developments via 'letter of representation'. There may be a case for Najib Abdul Razak to submit a "letter of...

Make Malaysia Great Again With Najib Razak – Part 2

When we published Part 1 of this topic about the possible return of Najib at the helm a couple of days ago, we had...

The Reasons Why Najib Must Lead The Country Again

"You don't like this topic because it's about Najib? Well, too bad for you. If you think your opinions matter, so do ours," said...

Witness In Lim Guan Eng Corruption Trial Concerned For His Safety

Witness said Lim was “untouchable” during Pakatan’s reign when investigations into the undersea tunnel project had already commenced then KUALA LUMPUR, March 23 — The...

Tengku Zafrul: 1MDB Principal Debt Not Paid As It Is Not ‘Time Yet’

Tengku Zafrul explained that the federal government will only begin servicing the principal debt once some of the bonds issued by the sovereign fund...
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