All posts in 'Current Affairs' Subscribe

Managing the Economy – Part 2: Pursuing a stronger exchange rate regime

At the end of May, I issued Part 1 of a series of statements on Managing the Economy entitled …

How Does Ismail Sabri’s Paltry RM630 Million “Band-Aid” Package Help Malaysians Cope With Soaring Prices And Removal Of Chicken, Eggs And Bottled Cooking Oil Subsidies?

  How does Prime Minister’s Ismail Sabri’s paltry RM630 million “band aid” package help Malaysians cope with soaring prices …

More UMNO Politicians Named In A Graft Trial, Time For Progress In Political Financing Bill

It is demonstrated that tales of graft and corruption continue to come into damning light under the Keluarga Malaysia …

Ministry of Health (MOH) Must Intervene in Worsening Medicine Shortage

The Federal Government and the Ministry of Health(MOH) must intervene immediately in supplying sufficient medication to all healthcare facilities …

Drop In Malaysia’s Competitiveness.

Malaysia’s sharp decline to No 32 in the 2022 International Institute for Management Development (IMD) World Competitiveness Ranking (WCR), …

75 MPs demand Attorney General withdraw senior federal counsel from defending teacher and former principal in the counter-suit filed by student Ain Husniza and her father

The Attorney-General’s Chambers action in instructing a senior federal counsel in defence of the teacher and former principal in …

The government should allow renewable energy (RE) export to Singapore to attract more investment and create more green jobs.

Malaysia had been proactively engaged with Singapore on RE export to the country from the end of 2018 until …

DAP condemns the killing of Al Jazeera reporter, Shireen Abu Akleh while on duty and calls for an independent and transparent investigation in her killing while criticizing all forms of violence against journalists worldwide.

Yesterday, social media was flooded with images, hand-held video recordings and witness testimonies of the unprovoked execution style killing …

Labour Day 2022 – “Stronger workers for a stronger economy”

On this International Workers Day or more commonly known as Labour Day in Malaysia, I would like to wish …

Heads Should Roll over City of Mud.

Yesterday, the City of Kuala Lumpur has turned into the City of Mud once again, no thanks to the …