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Msia’s reputation going down the tubes, says Aussie daily

PETALING JAYA: The reputation of Malaysia as a moderate Muslim nation is going down the tubes as the government continues to attract attention and for all the wrong reasons, said Australian daily Sydney Morning Herald (SMH). In an editorial, SMH cited the jailing of former Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim, almost one year ago, for what […]

Swiss: US$4bn believed embezzled from 1MDB

KUALA LUMPUR: The Swiss Attorney-General has revealed that as much as US$4 billion may have been misappropriated from 1Malaysia Development Bhd and transferred to Swiss bank accounts. “Various former Malaysian public officials and both former and current officials of the United Arab Emirates” were said to be involved. The Swiss Attorney-General has now invoked mutual […]

After months of hard work and drama, MACC feels dejected

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) spent seven months on the investigations concerning the cases involving Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak. However, attorney-general Mohamed Apandi Ali yesterday ordered that the files be closed since there were no grounds to initiate charges. Having met numerous obstacles and even sacrificing their Hari Raya break, the investigators who worked […]

No criminal offence over RM2.6 billion in Najib’s accounts, case closed, says A-G

Datuk Seri Najib Razak has been cleared of any criminal wrongdoing, the attorney-general said today, after close to six months of investigations into the RM2.6 billion channelled into the prime minister’s bank accounts and into Finance Ministry-owned firm, SRC International Sdn Bhd. Tan Sri Mohamed Apandi Ali, who is also public prosecutor, today told a […]

Memorial service for Bernard Then

I attended the funeral mass of Bernard Then at St Francis Xavier Church at Petaling Jaya today.. I am glad that a few elected reps like Stephen Wong (Sandakan), Jimmy Wong (KK), Steven Sim (Bukit Mertajam), Kasthuri Patto (Batu Kawan), Hannah Yeoh (Subang Jaya) and other colleagues made time to attend the mass, because our […]

I cannot agree with Mat Sabu more …….

It’s education and democracy, not “nonsensical laws” that can tackle terrorism, said Amanah president Mohamad Sabu. “Stop terrorism with education, democracy and so on. “There’s no need to enact new laws. The old acts were nonsense. The Sedition Act is nonsense too,” Mohamad told reporters at the DAP retreat in Subang Jaya today. The government […]

Thanks to PDRM for successfully preventing a suicide bombing from happening in Kuala Lumpur

Police said the Islamic State (IS) operative it arrested at Setiawangsa LRT yesterday was in the midst of carrying out a suicide attack in the country. Inspector-general of police Khalid Abu Bakar said this was after the operative received instructions from Syria. “The suspect admitted that he was planning to launch a suicide attack after […]

On Oct 7, the de facto law minister Nancy Sukri gave the outrageous parliamentary reply that no action would be taken against Perkasa president Ibrahim Ali over his threat the burn the Malay language Bibles. Nancy was subsequently heavily and continuously critcised for he reply, especially for saying that the non action was because Ibrahim […]

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