It says it has experts to help draft the amendments for the government to consider.
Nor Shamsiah Mohd Yunus says Malaysia’s economy has the ability to mitigate the impact of external headwinds.
Years of waiting without basic rights is causing mental health issues and leaving many turning to underground work, where they risk abuse.
A clear message must be sent that the welfare of the nation and the reform agenda take precedence over personal or party interests.
Growth of the pseudo-entrepreneur or rentier class, growing inequality, and the lack of reforms pose challenges.
It's time for Pakatan Harapan to focus on its manifesto and agenda instead of worrying about Umno and PAS.
The DAP strongman says there is a perception that PH has not delivered since taking over Putrajaya.
Clubs in Italy joins their Spanish, English, German, and French counter parts in rejecting the reforms.
The initial proposals effectively makes it harder for smaller clubs to break into European competition.
She says the coalition moved fast towards reforms at first, but has since slowed down.
The PKR president says the committee members should meet with Dr Mahathir Mohamad to resolve issue.
PH promised us many things but the environment is still as bad, it is reverting to old habits and projects such as a national car, reforms are still not evident, and it has allowed the opposition to set the agenda.
Good leaders focus on the bigger picture and stay loyal to that larger goal, whatever it takes, however long it takes.
MTUC secretary-general J Solomon raps statements running down the good work of Human Resources Minister M Kula Segaran in carrying out these long-awaited reforms.
The people want to see changes now, not later, it tells Pakatan Harapan Youth chief.
Most of us are unwilling to change our beliefs, and the less we know about an issue, the more extreme our opinions seem to be.
The struggle continues against misinformation and sedition, which Malaysians must once again counter in order to preserve the ideals entrenched in the constitution.
She says this is something that civil society organisations have long been advocating.
A group of NGOs and think tanks voice concern over the slow progress of reforms in GLCs and criticise Pakatan Harapan for reneging on its promise to not appoint politicians to such companies.
Empty slogans and political rhetoric will not help bring the country to greater heights, especially not in the education sector.
If Malaysians do not search their souls and sort out the important issues, it will not matter which party rules the country.
Associate professor tells of 'worrying observations' 8 months after the coalition came into power.
It has implemented some changes in at least five areas and more needs to be done to ensure a comprehensive implementation of its other promises.
It appears that the country has not taken even a step forward yet in terms of reforms.