Najib Razak

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Menjejak Hang Tuah lama sebagai model Malaysia baru

Pada November tahun lalu, Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak telah melancarkan suatu pelan masa depan yang baru, sekaligus membelakangi Visi 2020 yang dicetuskan oleh bekas Perdana Menteri, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohammad sebelum ini. Pelan baru tersebut melihat kepada tahun 2050; ada lebih kurang 33 tahun lagi untuk kita ke sana. Perdana Menteri menggelarnya TN50. … Continue reading

Don’t be conned by selfie politics

This is a long overdue article. I had written most part of it in 2014, and then I left it unpublished. I think it’s a good deferment. Along the way, I developed new insights. And I read what other people say about this subject. Last year in May, President Barack Obama came to Malaysia for … Continue reading

PRESS: Quota is good but not enough – Why Federal Government is pushing its duty on gender equality to the private sector?

280611 | Penang Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak announced yesterday that the government will compel the corporate sector to have at least 30% women in decision-making positions by 2016 (–women–stake–in–top–level–posts–by-2016/) This is not a new thing; since 1995, the Malaysian government has ratified the United Naition’s Convention on the Elimination of All Forms … Continue reading

NEWS: Najib says no risk of sub-prime crisis in new scheme (I say,you are not looking!)

With RM23BILLION of credit card debts and only 30% of Malaysians pay up fully their monthly credit spending, the government is not worried about defaulters? You are playing with fire loosening up the credit system, if Bank Negara can’t even sniff RM888 BILLION going out illicitly, what kind of control you expect? And this First … Continue reading