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PUTRAJAYA: It was a message that the Prime Minister could not have emphasised enough to civil servants: the need to be loyal to the government of the day and for them to reject corruption outright.
PUTRAJAYA: Criticism and lower popularity is only to be expected when Pakatan Harapan went from being the opposition to the government, said the Prime Minister.
PUTRAJAYA: Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad says he is not worried that the approval rating for him and Pakatan Harapan has dropped, saying it's normal to be criticised.
PUTRAJAYA: The approval for the new Chief Justice by the Conference of Rulers is expected before the end of this week, says the Prime Minister.
PUTRAJAYA: Civil servants must take a neutral stand and respect the decision of the people's choice of government, says the Prime Minister.
PUTRAJAYA: A former officer to an ex-minister has been remanded for three days as investigators probe allegations that he "arranged" projects involving a certain ministry under the previous administration.
PUTRAJAYA: A former special officer to an ex-minister has been arrested on suspicion of being the mastermind behind several government projects, including for the supply of aircraft equipment worth RM1.8mil.
PUTRAJAYA: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has arrested a chief executive officer and an advisor of a company to help investigations into claims of giving bribes to enforcement officers of a ministry.
PUTRAJAYA: The proposal for the realignment of the East Cost Railway Link to pass through Nilai was just a suggestion, says Transport Minister Anthony Loke.
PUTRAJAYA: Allegations that 4,500 acres (1,821ha) of land will be given to China for free in the re-negotiation of the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) contract are incorrect, said Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng.