The Global Peace Index isn’t reflective of how safe Malaysia really is.
Why a minimum wage is needed, and why it’s not enough.
Urban Public Transportation: Should it be privatized or government owned?
Malaysian workers will not benefit at all from the ETP; instead they will be worse off!
We believe that it’s time for youths to move from apathy to participatory.
With private enterprises’ investment in the ETP slipping far below target, our uphill journey towards high-income economy is now a steeper struggle.
‘Dud’ projects in the ETP?
How transformative is our ETP, really?
ETP gets ‘D’ for murky data that “does not compute”.
The Vice Deputy Chairman of Pemandu was here with UndiMsia!
REFSA gets knee deep in the stench of mismanagement in the National Feedlot Centre.
Hoping that the ETP will be implemented with the rakyat’s interests in mind.
Date: Saturday, 12 November 2011 (10am-12pm) Venue: Pusat Rakyat LoyarBurok, 3-4, 4th Floor, Jalan Bangsar Utama 3, 59000 Kuala Lumpur Open to all members of the public. Programme: 10:00am Welcome and introduction to UndiMsia! 10:30am #UndiMsia!Chats with Idris Jala on GTP, ETP and strategic reform initiatives. Issues include attracting talent, education, minimum wage, subsidies, corruption […]