Martin Jalleh looks at how the BN government has plunged Malaysia deeper into debt due to irresponsible fiscal spending and rampant corruption.
Legal action has been initiated on behalf of the democratic process to return to the people their right to choose their local leaders, writes P Ramakrishnan.
Ratepayers who contribute such a huge sum to the coffers of the council have a right to hold councillors accountable for their performance, says P Ramakrishnan.
Do you get that sinking feeling? If you do, it is not surprising. Martin Jalleh surveys the country’s worrying debt situation.
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.
We are witnessing the worst human behavior employed and deployed in the pursuit of political power in the Sarawak election campaign, observes P Ramakrishnan. And to think that our national leaders are involved in this despicable conduct is really nauseating.