Media statements and speeches

Urge the country not only to “reset” our nation’s social development on a conservative course, but more progressive institutional reforms are much needed to move the country forward on a much more vibrant and progressive course

The recent controversy over the share ownership by MACC chief Azam Baki has shown a dire constitutional crisis and the decay in the core of…

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The Federal Law Minister YB Wan Junaidi must not take the people as fools

The Federal Law Minister YB Wan Junaidi must not take the people as fools and expect them to buy the excuse that Malaysia's deteriorating Malaysia’s…

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Malaysia’s worst performance in the Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index(TI-CPI) :- The MACC is not the solution to the problem but is the problem

Malaysia recorded its worst performance in the TI-CPI rankings and all the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has to say is that it will pay serious…

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Is Malaysia suffering a new Covid-19 crisis, losing control of the Covid-19 pandemic with over 5,000 new cases for the last two days?

Is Malaysia suffering a new Covid-19 crisis, losing control of the Covid-19 pandemic with over 5,000 new Covid-19 cases for the last two days –…

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Ismail Sabri commended for ensuring that Zii Jia and Jin Wei’s problems were resolved, now he must act speedily on the colossal Azam Baki question

I commend the Prime Minister, Ismail Sabri for ensuring that the problem of national shuttlers Lee Zii Jia and Goh Jin Wei were speedily resolved…

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Malaysia needs a new MACC Chief Commissioner who has one important KPI – to ensure that China and Indonesia do not overtake Malaysia in TI CPI whether before 2025 or 2030

Another reason why Azam Baki must relinquish his post as MACC Chief Commissioner is that apart from Argentina, Turkey, Mexico and Venezuela, Malaysia has a…

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The Election Commission should set up overseas polling stations in Singapore in the upcoming 2022 Johor state election

The Johor state assembly was dissolved a few days ago. There are about 400,000 Malaysians who are working in Singapore, of which many of them…

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