FOR sure, Parti Keadilan Rakayt (PKR) has serious problems. But what to make of Datuk Zaid Ibrahim whose image as a principled politician is at odds with his apparent tendency to quit when expectations are not met?
On Selcat “Our aim is to restore confidence among the public and there is a need for an independent committee to probe into the misused state allocations. But there is an oversight in the formation of Selcat, as it is simply not seen as independent, all because the seven panel members are politicians.” Selangor PAS […]
Shhhhh… (© Paul Brunskill / sxc.hu) “YOU cannot quote me…I’ve discussed with my superior, we’ve decided that the progress is slow, so we don’t think it’s a good time to publicise it now, why don’t you write on other issues?” That was the response from an officer from the Ministry of Women, Family and Community […]
Corrected 9:18am, 23 May 2009 NOMINATION day for the Penanti state by-election takes place tomorrow (23 May), but this time around, the traditional blue and white banners of the Barisan Nasional (BN) will be missing from the scene. The coalition announced on 18 May that it would not contest the Penanti by-election. Prime Minister Datuk […]
“We don’t want to know if these are old or new nude pictures. She must explain to us and if she is really guilty of having posed [for] or was involved in the taking of these pictures, we will not hesitate to take action.” Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) vice-president Azmin Ali, commenting on the distribution […]
“He was considered a threat because JI was trying to establish an Islamic government in the region. But now, he has been rehabilitated and can return to society.” Suspected Jemaah Islamiyah (JI) terrorist Yazid Sufaat was released from detention under the Internal Security Act (ISA) in November 2008 after being held for seven years. Home […]