This debilitating election fever – the heat is on in the latest REFSA Rojak.
How the Cabinet can be trimmed down to a svelte 16 ministers and 18 ministries.
High car taxes, BN’s American propaganda ring, and loopholes in Sabah’s defence.
To aid digestion of REFSA’s in-depth focus papers on Cabinet & Parliamentary Rebalancing.
A focus paper on how to restore a balance of powers between our Parliament and Cabinet.
The Lahad Datu debacle, chronicles of Bala and Deepak, and political thingymajigs.
Of Xenophon, Lahad Datu, Sabah, ‘Sapu Malaysia’ and legitimate vote-buying.
How our bloated Cabinet can be trimmed down to a svelte 16 ministries and 18 ministers.
Federal government flouting the law, court deciding legality of AES, and ‘bribes’ for votes.
On ballooning deficits, press freedom and the contentious Education Blueprint.
The first part of REFSA’s all-new Focus Paper series examines the inefficiencies of a bloated Cabinet.
Murky findings: Sabah RCI, dubious doctorates, hidden crime statistics & pre-election manoeuvres.
Is there hope for the Malaysian public in this tangled web of inefficiency?
REFSA : A View to Kill, Universities are not the place for opinions
Suitable medicine, or akin to handing out crutches to cure cancer?
Both coalitions’ proposals, pitched against each other to explore their feasibility.
Overview of the week: elections, handouts, and – of course! – the People’s Uprising Rally.
BN says yes, PR says no. Who is right, who is wrong, or are they both missing the point?
Dumbfounding numbers! As revealed by an international study.
Statelessness, registration blunders, questionable A’s and plummeting Lynas.