PETALING Jaya residents are still not convinced of the need for the Petaling Jaya Dispersal Link (PJD Link) highway despite an engagement with the project consultants. They said the consultants failed to answer their queries on the project.
WITH leaders aligned to Ahmad Zahid Hamidi being elected to Umno’s top posts, their task now shifts to regain Malay support in the coming state polls, said analysts and party grassroots. They told The Malaysian Insight this would be the biggest challenge now for Zahid and Umno’s leadership.
THE Anwar Ibrahim government has yet to show significant progress in reforming the country’s institutions, civil society groups said. They told The Malaysian Insight the prime minister must deliver the reforms he had promised before he came into power.
FRENCH President Emmanuel Macron wants his pensions reform, to “go to the end of its democratic journey”, said a statement from his office sent to AFP yesterday. The controversial legislation, which has led to months of protests in parliament and on the streets, will be adopted in parliament today unless either of two motions of […]
DEPUTY Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has assured the unity government of his party Umno’s continued support following internal elections. Zahid, who is the Umno president said the party election results showed that the members, from the national leadership to the grassroots, clearly supported the unity government led by Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim.
PARTIES in the unity government will convene soon to determine a common direction and course of action in the administration of the country, Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim said. “The unity government secretariat will discuss with party leaders to set a suitable date for the convention,” the Pakatan Harapan chairman told a media conference last night […]
THE US Federal Reserve and other major central banks announced yesterday a coordinated effort to improve banks’ access to liquidity, hoping to calm worries rattling the global banking sector. The special drive will be launched today by the Fed and the central banks of Canada, the United Kingdom, Japan, the European Union and Switzerland.
PETALING JAYA: He spent five years slogging as a part-time student, targeting for a business degree. When he eventually graduated from the private institution, he got a job at a bank. A week before he was supposed to start work, he was told that his degree was not recognised in Malaysia and Singapore. Read full […]
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KUALA LUMPUR: It is time for Malaysians to unite and back the current leadership to end corruption as well as racial and religious bigotry, says Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. Read full story