Tag: PH one year
Liew Vui Keong says this was decided in a Cabinet meeting, and that the government is looking at the factors for its implementation.
Political leaders and analysts say Sarawak is not being treated fairly and that Pakatan Harapan has not kept its promises to the state.
WAO says Putrajaya must work harder so that women can participate in society in safety and with equality.
Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s age, grit and outlandishness have garnered international intrigue but inside the country, his track record has been more chequered.
But it must move quickly to quell the continuous insidious plays on race, religion and royalty.
Despite the successful resolution of bilateral issues with China and Singapore, withdrawal from ICERD and the Rome Statute remains a black mark for Wisma Putra.
The PKR president warns that racial sentiments could derail efforts to get Malaysia back on track.
Some may point out the flaws of the current administration, but we should also reflect on what the previous government did right.
They say opposition members need to step up their game, and suggest that they receive the same allocations and resources as those given to government MPs.
They say they voted for a new Malaysia but are still waiting for PH to make good on many of its promises.
The former leader accuses PH of employing inhumane tactics to silence him.
Kajidata research poll finds that while there is a lot of negativity towards the ruling coalition, 40% of respondents are likely to vote for PH than for BN-PAS combined.
The PH administration scored negative or mediocre grades on six of 10 categories across the economy, according to a Bloomberg survey of economists.
A member of the party's central committee says BN doesn't mind the renaming of its initiatives.
The prime minister says each community has its own issues and believes that the government is neglecting it.
Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International Malaysia disagree that a year is too short a time to carry out the promised reforms.
Human Rights Watch says there will never be a day when treaties can be passed without issue if there is an opposition playing 'disruptive' politics.
Human Rights Watch says the government not only failed to fulfil pledges on rights, but also back-pedalled on reforms.