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Setting the Agenda for Middle Malaysia

It is ironic that while Deputy Minister of National Unity Wan Ahmad Fayhsal carelessly tried to position his coalition …

Only 2.5% of the primary schools under MOE provide specific preschool education classes dedicated to students with special education needs

UNESCO estimates that on average, 10% of the population in developing countries have special needs. In Malaysia, only 1% …

Protected: Food Security and Unsustainable Agriculture in Malaysia

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Federal government continues Harapan’s toll reduction initiative

The Federal government’s decision to not raise fares for four tolled roads in the Klang Valley is based on …

GP’s denial raised more questions on Cartel of “Dirty Cops”

Former Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador, must come out to reveal more about his revelation …

Why is Bank Negara aiding the government by advising against the rise of minimum wage?

The statement by Bank Negara Malaysia governor Nor Shamsiah Mohd Yunus that the new minimum wage policy should be …

With more SUPP ADUNs Elected, Autonomy of Sarawak Used As A Tool For The Rich To Exploit The Poor

With more SUPP ADUNs elected, there is now less voices for the ordinary people. Even the autonomy of Sarawak …

MOE should allow qualified stateless children to participate in Textbook Loan Scheme and Supplementary Food Plan (RMT)

The Education Minister had earlier in Parliament confirmed that the “zero rejection policy” would not be applied to applications …

MySejahtera Should Be Disbanded Effective April 1

I echo UMNO deputy president, Mohamad Hasan in calling the government to stop the mandatory requirement for the public …

Stop delaying and procrastinating on IPCC bill

I raised a crucial matter in Parliament yesterday that the Independent Police Conduct Commission Bill 2020 (IPCC) which was …