Monthly Archives: October 2007

Civil servants will have to pay back funds misappropriated

…Besides having to face imprisonment or fine, they could also be forced to pay restitution to the Government for the amount of funds they had misappropriated.  Chief Secretary to the Government Tan Sri Mohd Sidek Hassan said these errant civil

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Hishammuddin says Malaysia’s education system is on good platform

Malaysia is already tackling issues that many other countries are only just facing and its education system is on a good platform, said Education Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein. Source: The Star   Read: MPs lament mediocre state of

Posted in hishammuddin, khayal, kosong

Khir Toyo inspected Mersing ferries with law breaker Zakaria

…But Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Dr. Mohammad Khir Toyo beat us to this. Last Friday, with an entourage in tow, he was at the jetty in Port Klang, inspecting the ferries. “Fed up. Everyone will only buck up when

Posted in jijik, khir toyo, kosong

Malaysian government approved RM292 mil as compensation for cancellation of RM1.1 bil crooked bridge

THE Government approved RM292.52mil as compensation following the cancellation of the RM1.1bil “crooked bridge” project at the Johor Causeway.   Finance Ministry parliamentary secretary Datuk Seri Dr Hilmi Yahaya told Dr Mohamed Hayati Othman (PAS – Pendang) that the compensation included

Posted in BN government

Another promise of quick investigation into tragedy

Investigations into the Seagull Express 2 ferry which caught fire and sank off Pulau Tioman on Saturday is expected to be completed in another three days, Peninsular Malaysia Marine Department director-general Datuk Ahmad Othman said Friday.He said a report on

Posted in BN government, kosong

Judicial rot in Malaysia

The rot in Malaysia’s judicial system is pervasive and extends to the highest offices of power, both past and present. And now there is a videotape that many Malaysians — including many in the local bar — believe to be

Posted in BN government, jijik, kosong

Rare gems in Malaysia’s rotten judiciary

…A minority in a judiciary often perceived willing to bend to the wishes of the government, Hishamudin has impressed human rights watchers with a record of independent and impartial judgments. His most notable one came in May 2001 when he

Posted in BN government, judiciary, kosong
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