Lim Kit Siang

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Lim Kit Siang

DAP wants clarification on Anwar’s ‘black-eye’ probe

Posted: 06 Dec 2010 11:34 PM PST

By Clara Chooi The Malaysian Insider December 07, 2010 KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 7 — The DAP has demanded a clarification from the Najib administration on its commitment to reopen the infamous Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim "black-eye" incident, accusing Cabinet ministers of making contradictory statements. Party adviser Lim Kit Siang questioned today if Home Minister Datuk [...]

A better place for their children, not Malaysia

Posted: 06 Dec 2010 06:20 PM PST

By Melissa Chi The Malaysian Insider December 07, 2010 KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 7 — First-class education system, a corruption-free government, zero tolerance on racism and the basic skill to communicate properly are all on one Malaysian's mind when he chooses to work in Australia. Anthony Leong, 30, an application support programmer, said he is considering [...]

Malaysia: Assets and Liabilities (Malaysia in the Era of Globalization #43)

Posted: 06 Dec 2010 10:08 AM PST

Malaysia in the Era of Globalization #43 by Bakri Musa Part II: Transforming Malaysia The instinct to censor is a powerful one. It is also an acknowledgment of the unpredictable power of words. Goenawan Mohamad, Indonesian editor and journalist. Chapter Six: Malaysia: Assets and Liabilities To prepare for globalization Malaysia must first take stock of [...]

FDI at risk with vague NEM 2, says Ramon Navaratnam

Posted: 06 Dec 2010 08:18 AM PST

By Yow Hong Chieh The Malaysian Insider December 06, 2010 KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 6 — The Najib administration will face continued investor scepticism until it is more explicit on how to make Malaysia a high-income nation, warned one of those who drafted the New Economic Policy (NEP). Tan Sri Dr Ramon Navaratnam, who had helped [...]

Ketuanan Melayu: A risky experiment

Posted: 06 Dec 2010 01:13 AM PST

Mariam Mokhtar | Dec 6, 10 Malaysiakini I was born Malay and was hardly conscious of my race, either at school or at home. Race hardly cropped up in conversation except when we had form-filling to do – like applying for an identity card. Religion was something sacred and the only time we’d be aware [...]

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