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2016 An Opportunity to Remove Fear and Restore Confidence – Dr. Jeffrey

Kota Kinabalu     “With his credibility and leadership confidence sliding negatively down fast, PM Najib should take the New Year 2016 as an opportunity to restore confidence, remove fear and resolve outstanding issues, especially with regards to Sabah and Sarawak” said Datuk Dr. Jeffrey Kitingan, STAR Sabah chairman and Bingkor State Assemblyman in responding to questions about his hopes for the coming New Year.

Malaysia again No 5 in highest illicit outflows

Malaysia has once again attained the unenviable “honour” of being in the top five countries which registered the highest average illicit financial flows over the decade.
According to the latest annual report by Washington-based Global Financial Integrity (GFI), Malaysia had lost an accumulated amount of US$418.542 billion (RM1.8 trillion) since 2004.

How AG's Office Conived To Prevent A Second Post-Mortem On Kevin Morais - EXCLUSIVE EXPOSE

Copies of text messages between the office of the new Attorney General, Mohammed Apandi, and family members of the murdered public prosecutor, Kevin Morais, have been made available to Sarawak Report.
They reveal a series of shocking attempts by one of the AG’s own top officials to first bully and then bribe the family into cremating the body of Kevin Morais, before a second postmortem could be performed.

Perutusan Krismas Datuk Lajim Ukin

Perayaan Krismas merupakan perayaan universal yang disambut meriah dan penuh semangat muhibah pada tiap bulan Disember di seluruh dunia.

Di negara-negara Asia Barat atau Timur Tengah seperti Palestin, Lebanon, Jordan dan juga Turki, masyarakat Islam termasuklah para pemimpin politik dan agama Islam turut merayakan Krismas bersama-sama penganut Kristian.

Kita di Sabah cukup bertuah kerana memiliki masyarakat majmuk pelbagai agama yang hidup aman dan saling menghormati antara satu sama lain sejak peradaban moden mulai diperkenalkan di sini. Saya ingin menyeru semua lapisan masyarakat Sabah mesti terus berpegang kepada pendirian saling menghormati malah saling ingin mengenali peradaban antara satu sama lain.

The European Parliamentary Resolution On Malaysia - In Full

Europe has woken up to the corruption and human rights abuses in Malaysia, thanks to the dedication and advocacy of brave campaigners… and also to the astonishing, headline catching abuses of Najib Razak himself over the past weeks.
> Europe’s democracies reminded of their strong ties with Malaysia and deplored the recent descent into dictatorship

Jho Low Is Confirmed As The Sole Shareholder Of Good Star - MAJOR EXCLUSIVE!

Low promotes himself as a philanthropist at the UN FoundationLow promotes himself as a philanthropist at the UN Foundation

Sarawak Report can reveal that documentation submitted to various international regulators has now confirmed that the sole shareholder of the Seychelles company Good Star Limited was indeed the Prime Minister’s official advisor at 1MDB, Jho Low.
It means that the London office of the company PetroSaudi International lied on several occasions, when it claimed that Good Star was one of its own subsidiaries, and that Sarawak Report along with other media have been entirely correct in asserting that Low was the owner of the company instead.

Jeffrey Kitingan writes..

THE National Security Council Bill 2015 (NSC) and the way it was bulldozed through Parliament is not only shocking and unacceptable but a sure-fire recipe for making Malaysia a police state and the foundation for a dictatorship.

The unwarranted NSC in granting sweeping powers to the Prime Minister will eventually kill off democracy and confirm Malaysia as a police state and open the floodgates for a dictatorship and failed statehood.

Orang Asal dip below poverty line, projects ‘failing’

KOTA  KINABALU: A lawyer who heads the PKR Kudat Division in the extreme north of Sabah has expressed alarm that more and more households in Banggi, Kudat and Pitas appear to have dipped below the poverty line despite the Sabah and Federal Government reportedly pumping billions into the areas. “The question is what happened to the billions spent in these areas. The onus is on the government to explain why poverty continues to plague the people.”
It would be better to hand out the estimated RM5 billion to RM10 billion directly to the affected households, said Rahimah Majid, so that the people could start various businesses on their own. “This would create business opportunities for others as well and jobs.”

Choose New Speaker on Merits Not Necessarily from Umno

Kota Kinabalu     “The Sabah Speaker plays a very important role under the Westminster system of government.  Its sudden vacancy offers an opportunity for the State Legislative Assembly to appoint the new Speaker based on merits and certain required criteria” said Datuk Dr. Jeffrey Kitingan, commenting on the availability of the post due to the not unexpected appointed of the previous Speaker as a federal Minister in the Cabinet reshuffle.

Malaysia’s mess is Mahathir-made

At least embattled Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak is right about one thing. The current mess in Malaysian politics is the making of his greatest nemesis, Mahathir Mohamad, who led the Southeast Asian nation with an iron fist from 1981–2003. What Najib fails to fathom is that Mahathir has not produced this mess by criticising his leadership, but by paving Najib’s path to power in the fashion he did during his decades in office. Mahathir may believe that he can end the crisis by bringing Najib down. But history should judge Mahathir himself as the author of a long national decline that has culminated in this latest crisis.

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