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PETALING JAYA: The Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS) is urging the government to consider a more transparent approach toward reforming government-linked companies (GLCs).
A discussion about a new book draws interesting perspectives on the much debated transfer of power from Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad to Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
PRIME Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s latest call for Malays to unite under a single political party (his) has raised some eyebrows.
KUALA LUMPUR: Shares in Opcom Holdings Bhd fell 8.5% in early trade Monday after the company announced that its executive chairman Tan Sri Mokhzani Mahathir has resigned.
Comment by Terence Gomez PAKATAN Harapan’s unexpected victory in Malaysia’s 14th General Elections (GE14) was one of monumental proportions as the ruling Barisan Nasional, under Umno’s control, had instituted a series of unscrupulous methods to retain power. Pakatan, led by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, had achieved a colossal feat, unseating a powerful Umno that had never lost power.
LAST Sunday, I met up with two professors from the Medical Faculty of Universiti Malaya.
WHEN Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad led the opposition to a stunning election victory, he had an effective rallying cry that reflected why Umno’s form of governance was problematic: “Cash is king!” If Dr Mahathir is not careful, worrying recent trends indicate a similarly disconcerting problem about Pakatan Harapan’s government: “Patronage is king!”
M. Shanmugam - The alternative view THE intense debate on giving government contracts to political leaders in return for support is healthy. It is a sign that there are leaders within the government who are determined to see that the political patronage system that was pervasive in the old Barisan Nasional administration is dismantled.
MEDIA Prima Bhd has always been synonymous with the political party Umno, and with the federal government in Putrajaya.
The sovereign wealth fund that is poised to see a new set of directors on board is expected to revert to its old role of being the strategic investment arm of the government rather than a sovereign wealth fund.