Cow projects in Malaysia get funded to the tune of up to RM250m. So why can’t we earmark urgent and adequate funds to ensure that all our rural schools are made safe for our children once and for all, wonders Andrew Aeria.
Subramaniam Pillay looks at the worrying rising trend of federal government debt and wonders if Malaysia will go bankrupt. At our current rate of borrowing, it won’t take long before we become another Greece.
Tax reliefs are a very regressive form of government subsidies to the taxpayers. The richer the taxpayer, the more subsidies she receives from the government. Thus it is unfair and inequitable, writes Subramaniam Pillay.