KUALA LUMPUR , Malaysia – An alliance of Malaysian opposition parties led by the country’s 92-year-old former authoritarian leader Mahathir Mohamad won a fiercely contested general election, ending the 60-year rule of the Malay-dominated National Front. The result is a political earthquake for Muslim-majority Malaysia, sweeping aside the government of Prime Minister Najib … [Read more...] about Opposition Parties in Malaysia End 60-Year Hold on Power, Najib Razak VOTED OUT
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Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg Deputy Prime Minister Lawrence Wong addressed the issue of the section 377A of the penal code, which criminalises sex between men, and its impact on Singapore society in an interview with Bloomberg's editor-in-chief John Micklethwait. Wong did not provide new details in terms of the government's … [Read more...] about 377A a ‘live issue’ for S’pore govt, engaging different groups on how best to move forward: Lawrence Wong
Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg Tenants of Golden Mile Complex will have to vacate the premises before the building is handed over to the developers come May 2023, following a successful en bloc sale . Edmund Tie & Company, the real estate consultancy managing the sale, announced on Aug. 10 that a sale order has been … [Read more...] about End of ‘Little Thailand’: Tenants to move out of Golden Mile Complex before May 2023
Malaysians have been in an uproar over the past couple of weeks after it was revealed that 6 billion ringgit (S$1.8 billion) had been paid for six naval ships that remain undelivered well past the deadline, adding to the crisis facing Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob and his nascent administration. Ismail Sabri, who was made prime minister barely a year ago, has been under … [Read more...] about Will missing ships scandal sink Malaysian PM’s team, Umno leadership?
AFP Yangon, Myanmar ● Tue, August 16, 2022 2022-08-16 13:35 0 fbd44abf30fca00c6a042b692b1505a4 2 Asia and Pacific Myanmar,UN,envoy,military-junta,Aung-San-Suu-Kyi,Antonio-Guterres,human-rights Free The UN's new special envoy for Myanmar began her first trip to the country Tuesday, a day after a junta court sentenced ousted civilian leader Aung San … [Read more...] about UN envoy makes first visit to Myanmar