Monthly Archives: October 2015

Umno division chiefs mum over move to oust Muhyiddin

PETALING JAYA: Some Umno division leaders are tight-lipped over an apparent move to oust Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin(pic) and a group of his supporters.”There could be a plot, I don’t know. I can’t tell you. If there is, then there … Continue reading

Posted in UMNO

DAP MP recalls how Ops Lalang took her father

  By Kasthuri Patto On the 28th anniversary of the Operasi Lalang, it is more apparent now than ever that BN risks too much letting go off the demon of Operasi Lalang with increasing numbers of arrests and charges under … Continue reading

Posted in DAP Updates

LDP: Putrajaya owes Sabah 40 per cent of revenue

By John Joseph KOTA KINABALU: Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) President Teo Chee Kang expressed regret that Budget 2016 failed to acknowledge that, under the Constitution, 40 per cent of Federal revenues collected in Sabah were to be returned to the … Continue reading

Posted in Sabah

Will MPs vote down the Budget as a sign of no confidence?

      by Aziz Bari OUTSPOKEN: Former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad eventually conceded on Oct 23 that the efforts to unseat his successor Najib Razak would not succeed and the latter would likely to remain in office until the … Continue reading

Posted in Najib Abdul Razak, Parliament

Masing: Budget 2016 not sensible for developing nation

By Desmond Davidson Senior Sarawak minister Tan Sri Dr James Masing has criticised the 2016 Budget, saying it is not neither focused, correct nor sensible. The outspoken state land development minister said the allocation of RM267 billion for operating expenditure … Continue reading

Posted in Sarawak BN

Pua: Budget 2016 figures don’t read right

By James Sivalingam KUALA LUMPUR: Budget 2016 will not only fail to lift local and international investor confidence, it will be another non-event which will soon be overshadowed by the multi-billion ringgit scandals of the Najib administration, said Petaling Jaya … Continue reading

Posted in DAP Updates, Parliament

Who is Justin Trudeau, Canada’s next prime minister?

Image copyright Getty Images Justin Trudeau is on course to become the next prime minister of Canada. So, who is the Liberal leader and what change will he bring to the country? During one of the longest elections in Canada’s … Continue reading

Posted in Foreign News

Wan Azizah agrees to file no-confidence motion

By Kow Gah Chie PARLIAMENT Opposition Leader Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail has now agreed to lead the charge on filing a motion for a vote of no-confidence against Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak. The PKR president announced this after … Continue reading

Posted in Parliament

Gobind, Lip Eng thrown out from Parliament

By Blake Chen KUALA LUMPUR: Two MPs, Lim Lip Eng (Segambut) and Gobind Singh Deo (Puchong), were ejected from Parliament on Monday over Seputeh MP Teresa Kok’s questions being rejected. Lim was ejected over his outburst about Kok’s questions while Gobind suffered … Continue reading

Posted in DAP Updates, Parliament

Najib tries to soothe hurt Chinese feelings

SHAH ALAM: You are sons of Malaysia and not “pendatang”, said Najib Razak today as he sought to mollify the Malaysian Chinese community after “hurtful remarks” by Umno-endorsed Red Shirt protesters who rallied in a show of support for the … Continue reading

Posted in Barisan Nasional, Najib Abdul Razak