An academician finds it boggling for a non-governmental organisation and business owners in Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur to reach out to convicted former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak.
This is the sort of new age thinking that Malaysia sorely needs. Ministers should take a leaf from Dr Adham, Khairy and Reezal Merican’s approach to selfless service to the people, jurisdiction be damned, writes Twentytwo13’s senior copy editor, Haris Hussain.
This nation has not seen any other premier who has clung on to power so tightly. Lockdown measures have not just bounded Malaysians, but our political landscape has been in a deadlock since March 2020, writes law student Rheanne Wong.
The parliamentary sitting could be a token one-day affair, although most MPs are hoping for a full-fledged parliamentary session as suggested by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, writes Professor Emeritus Datuk Dr Mohamed Ghouse Nasuruddin.
It is hoped that the emergency in Malaysia be lifted sooner than scheduled, Parliament be in session and that the punitive regulatory measures for SOP non-compliance will be phased out as this will enable the government of the day to regain the trust and confidence of the people.
Chief Secretary of the Government Datuk Seri Ismail Bakar reveals possibility of reevaluating internal processes to ensure civil servants increase productivity.
Let us, the helpless middle class, send a strong message that we will not allow those in power to rob us of our sense of humanity.
Malaysians should evolve from keyboard warriors to conversation warriors.
A humbling lesson on good governance from house manager Kakak Siti.
Those living outside Malaysia are mini-ambassadors of the country and contribute to nation-building in their own way.