Saying corruption has become infused into the DNA of the public and private sectors, Raja Azmi Raja Nazuddin calls on young people to build an ethical inventory and to speak up against ills in society.
The problems of integrity in Umno and PAS are nothing new. But when they are faced by PH which came to power on a promise to clean up, it raises questions.
Abdullah Saidol says election candidates should not talk about big issues but lie about their academic credentials.
Malaysia’s continuing corruption epidemic can be addressed by teaching children good values, claim experts.
Mariam Mokhtar says this is among the steps that must be taken in the quest for national integration.
The deputy Yang di-Pertuan Agong says poverty will increase if leaders are only focused on accumulating material wealth through dubious methods.
They say witnesses will be able to see what is happening and what other witnesses are saying and this can affect the integrity of the trial.
The former politician has pushed for a second referendum that could stop Brexit but the proposal has been ruled out by Prime Minister Theresa May.
The activist says he has been advocating the Ombudsman and IPCMC all this while.
Mohamed Haniff Khatri Abdulla says he will divulge the source of his information if a special task force is formed to conduct a preliminary investigation or before a Royal Commission of Inquiry.
We need to get rid of the culture of censuring those in the civil service who speak up when they see wrong being done.
Deputy minister says government will not direct the Election Commission to do anything but it hopes the EC will discharge its duties competently.
Zainur Zakaria says the constitution states that the prime minister advises the king on the appointment of judges, therefore it is baseless to apply to recuse the judges hearing any case involving the PM.
The board says Prasarana is committed to upholding integrity following the finance minister’s claim that the LRT3 project is a ‘mini 1MDB’ as the real cost has been hidden from the public.
Newly appointed speaker has the experience and temperament to make the 222-member house a world-class centre of political debate, say lawyers and fellow ex-judges.
Syed Farid Alatas says it’s going to be tough but Gerakan needs to rebuild itself by looking at the philosophy of its founding fathers.
He says the problems within Umno caused by negative issues and lies are now all over.
Criminologist P Sundramoorthy says weak organisational structure and leaders will only lead to more corruption.
Bersih 2.0 says it has found countless irregularities in the electoral roll.
Acting chairman Shahrul Aman Mohd Saari says Election Commission should be more transparent by cooperating with Suhakam and NGOs to ensure polling goes well.