Harping on ethnic rights to be economically successful only reinforces the chasm among ethnic groups, besides widening the income gap between the rich and the poor, writes Ronald Benjamin.
Cheah Wui Jia reports on the GE13 forum that was held in Ipoh which reminded her of Bersih and the need for change
Subramaniam Pillay rebuts the scare-mongering of impending doom put forward in the mainstream media and argues that Pakatan could actually lift the economy.
Billions of ringgit have been siphoned out of the country over the years. Martin Jalleh sums up the dire situation.
What has Najib done? His ETP components, entry point projects, PDPs, etc, are all bridge-to-nowhere projects that allowed the few to plunder the many and everybody to plunder everyone else. writes Sakmongkol AK47.
As a stream of corruption allegations against Najib’s government dents its image and the economy slumbers, it is unlikely public opinion will turn his way anytime soon, writes Anil Netto.
With household debt and federal government debt indicators rising and natural resources being depleted, it cannot be business as usual for the Malaysian economy. Anil Netto says it is time for a radical re-think of the economy.
With household debt and federal government debt indicators rising and natural resources being depleted, it cannot be business as usual for the Malaysian economy. In our cover story, Anil Netto says it is time for a radical re-think of the economy.
The obscene economic disparity between social classes and ethnic groups should make us wonder what really has happened since our leaders shouted, “Merdeka! Merdeka! Merdeka!” more than 50 years ago, writes Mustafa K Anuar.
With the distracting circumstances surrounding the Anwar trial removed, politicians can focus on the real issues confronting Malaysia: corruption, rising national debt, declining energy reserves, the gulf between rich and poor, and inter-religious and inter-ethnic issues, writes Anil Netto.