Kha, Mac

PETALING JAYA: Sungai Besar Umno division chief Datuk Jamal Yunos has made a public apology over his call for Datuk Seri Khaled Nordin to step down as Johor Menteri Besar.

Jamal retracted his statement and said that it was a personal opinion made within a closed group.

The apology was made after consultation with Selangor Umno Liaison Committee Chairman Datuk Seri Noh Omar.

Earlier, Jamal urged Khaled to resign over a contradicting stance in supporting Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

Jamal claimed that Khaled appeared to be supportive of the Prime Minister in public, but had been lax in "restraining" his right-hand men from attacking Najib.

-The Star Online

By: Mr. Perry

Malaysian Budget 2015 (Supply Bill) was tabled in Parliament on 10 October 2014, debated and approved by Parliament. It should be noted that Budget 2015 was formulated based on strong economic fundamentals in 2014. 

However, the external situation, such as the falling of crude oil (petrol) prices drastically, 50 % within the last 6 months period , has impacted directly Malaysia as Malaysia is among the largest trading nations in the world.

The change in the global economic

SHAH ALAM: Gerakan leaders and members who make racist remarks would be severely dealt with including given the sack, said its president Datuk Mah Siew Keong.

“If anyone in Gerakan issues a racist remark, we will take action including sacking him,” he said when delivering his presidential policy speech at the 43rd Gerakan National Delegates Conference, here, today.

Mah also proposed that Barisan Nasional component party members take the same measure to protect and strengthen unity of the people

KUALA LUMPUR: DAP advisor Lim Kit Siang is trying to seek political mileage by making criticisms based on the distorted truth by the online media regarding the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak’s speech during the MCA 61 AGM last Sunday, said Penang MCA deputy chief Tan Teik Ching.

“Kit Siang had accused the Prime Minister of secretly advocating the call of “you help me, I help you” after the online media had inaccurately reported Datuk Seri Najib as saying that the Chinese community

KUALA LUMPUR: Gerakan delegate Tan Lai Soon has been suspended over complaints filed by party members following his speech which implied that Indians, Chinese and Malays are “pendatang” or immigrants.

“We condemn the remark made by Gerakan delegate Tan Lai Soon at the 43rd National Delegates’ Conference (NDC) Sunday,” said Gerakan deputy president Datuk Dr Cheah Soon Hai on Monday.

“It is not the party’s stand; we are all Malaysians and no Malaysian is a ‘pendatang’ or an immigrant.”