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Najib: Malaysia will continue to pressure Myanmar on Rohingya issue

BY NICHOLAS CHENG

KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has criticised the Myanmar government and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi over the “ethnic cleansing” of the Rohingya community in its Rakhine state during a solidarity rally here Sunday. 305 more words

ABCs of Umno assembly - key points to take away

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

With the Umno annual assembly over, Malaysian politicians are totting up its key takeaways, and mulling over when the general election will be called. 654 more words

Current Affairs

Trump,Putin and Asia

December 5, 2016

Trump,Putin  and Asia

by Artyom Lukin@ Far Eastern Federal University

The US vote in favour of President-elect Donald Trump was a shock for Russian leaders, though a delightful one. 946 more words

Leadership

Perhimpunan Menolak Penindasan Rohingya Hanyalah Drama Politik - UMNO 

Menteri Luar Indonesia terkejut dengan ketegasan Malaysia dalam menangani krisis dalaman Myanmar. Indonesia kata, mereka biasa biasa saja.

Walhal kalau kita perhatikan, rakyat Indonesia lebih lantang mengkritik kerajaan zalim Myanmar berbanding rakyat Malaysia yang sebenarnya tidak prihatin dalam erti kata yang sebenarnya. 193 more words

UMNO

How will the "hudud bill" play out?

For those not in the know, there is a private members bill called RUU 355 currently brought up by the Islamic conservative party (PAS) in Malaysia’s parliament. 1,137 more words

Thoughts

Shafie Apdal Ketinggalan Zaman - Nasir Sakaran 

Datuk Nasir Sakaran, Yb DUN Sinallang, mengata Datuk Shafie Apdal sebagai pemimpin yang ketinggalan zaman sebab memperjuangkan nasib orang Sabah melalui slogan Sabah For Sabahan atau Sabahan for Sabah. 239 more words

UMNO

Easy to catch the Corrupt,says Citizen Nades

December 3, 2016

Easy to catch the Corrupt,says Citizen Nades

http://www.thesundaily.my/node/409549

Citizen Nades

UNTIL October 2006, few people outside political circles knew him. He rose from an obscure railway gatekeeper staying in a one-room quarters at the railway crossing where he was required to raise the barriers to allow vehicular traffic to flow after the trains had passed by. 859 more words

Politics