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Nazir: Fresh overhaul could help achieve a ‘New Malaysia’

PETALING JAYA: A new sociopolitical agreement, not just institutional reforms, is needed to rebuild the country, said former CIMB Group chairman Datuk Seri Nazir Razak (pic).

Nazir Razak: Complete socio-political overhaul needed to rebuild the country

PETALING JAYA: A complete overhaul of Malaysia's socio-political system is sorely needed to rebuild the country, says former CIMB chairman Datuk Seri Nazir Tun Razak.

What’s new, Malaysia?

Here’s hoping what the old government failed to do, the new one will.

Najib not aware of size of Rosmah’s jewellery stash

PETALING JAYA: Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has claimed that he is not aware of the extent of his wife’s collection of jewellery and other items, stating that he is like any husband in that respect.

Towards a more mature democracy

Two years ago, a group of prominent Malaysian figures gathered in Oxford, England, discussing how to make Malaysia better. Today, the Government’s agenda for stronger institutions and check-and-balance mechanisms echo their recommendations.

Short Position

THERE has been a deafening silence from rating agencies since the government declared that the federal government debt stands at RM1 trillion.

Choosing best candidate for federal ministry post

North view by Stephen Then
WHO would be the best candidate to represent Sarawak in the Federal Cabinet?

‘Pemandu to continue with its work’

PETALING JAYA: The 30 staff members in Pemandu will continue to work as consultants for governments of other countries.

Two prominent Kelabit figures tipped for Baram seat may decline to contest

MIRI: Two well-known Orang Ulu in Sarawak – Datuk Seri Idris Jala and Datuk Ose Murang – have been named as possible Barisan Nasional candidates for the Baram parliamentary set.

Idris Jala: Companies still giving excuses

PETALING JAYA: Among the reasons Malaysia has not achieved the Government’s target of having 30% women representation on the boards of its Top 100 listed companies is the unnecessary requirement for candidates with industry-specific expertise.