Najib continues to control the Finance Ministry as he unveils his new cabinet line up.
Malaysiakini reports that a poll in The Edge claims 81 per cent of respondents want Anwar to quit after the GE result indicated Pakatan failed to capture Putrajaya. Let’s try an identical online poll here.
Students have handed over a protest memorandum calling for the Election Commission chief to quit over his handling of the recent general election. This video was taken on 10 May 2013.
A team from Aliran yesterday broke the news of a post-election payout in progress in Penang yesterday.
Over 30000 people have gathered in Medan Istana, as the people’s voice roadshow moves to Ipoh tonight after mammoth rallies in KL and Penang.
Some 100000 converged at the Batu Kawan Stadium on mainland Penang to protest against the electoral process, just three days after 100000 people had thronged the Kelana Jaya Stadium in a similar demonstration.
Does Tsu Koon’s resignation really make a difference when the party has sunk so deep from the heady heights during the early years following its formation in 1968?
What is the relationship between Goldman Sachs and 1MDB and the Sarawak state government. Who is benefiting most from bond placements?