Malaysians quarantined at local hotels hope authorities will make their stay there less traumatic after dismal service by health and Civil Defence Force personnel there during their confinement.
Government will ‘follow up, based on the Federal Constitution and nation’s laws’, following Yang di-Pertuan Agong’s decree that Parliament be opened immediately and for a strong and stable government.
The People’s Volunteer Corps’ (Rela) ‘sign-ups without consent’ fiasco has opened a Pandora’s box on how a government registration system could have been misused by Rela members to climb up the ranks.
Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin says under four-phase Covid-19 National Recovery Plan, government projects normalcy by year-end. Also in Twentytwo13’s news highlights today, experts to present findings to Malay rulers tomorrow, and Malaysia approves Pfizer shots for ages 12 and above.
Political uncertainty and the war against Covid-19 in the last 15 months have broken the hearts and spirits of Malaysians. Will there be good news for Malaysia following the meeting between Malay rulers on June 16?
Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad believes the setting up of a National Operations Council is the way forward, but doubts Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin will suggest this to the Yang di-Pertuan Agong ahead of a meeting among Malay rulers on June 16.
No one is safe from this virus, no matter your social or economic position. If one segment of this community is affected, the rest will eventually succumb to it, too, writes Professor Emeritus Datuk Dr Mohamed Ghouse Nasuruddin.
Istana Negara reveals Malay rulers will meet on June 16. This announcement confirms Twentytwo13’s report, published last Friday, regarding such a meeting among the Sultans. All eyes will now be on the summit, which is said to be vital, given the state of affairs in Malaysia.
Our civil service promotion system is seriously flawed and much needs to be done to repair the damage, writes Universiti Sains Malaysia honorary associate professor (criminology) Datuk Dr. P. Sundramoorthy.
Yang di-Pertuan Agong’s meeting with leaders from various political parties from June 9-11 could possibly be a prelude to Agong’s meeting with Malay Rulers regarding future of Malaysia.
Only 12,887 out of 150,000 laptops promised have been distributed to students from B40 households to date as schools resume online learning next week.
Shareh Nasrullah has been living with uncertainty for close to a year following the Covid-19 pandemic that has crippled the local sports industry. The personal trainer and martial artist now wants to change the way people view sports.
Singaporean Rasvinder Singh is a long-time supporter of Malaysian football. He says Singapore used naturalised players for short-term glory and adds Harimau Malaya should be represented by those with Malaysian blood.