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Are Khazanah’s arms going to be twisted to sell Plus?

COMMENT | Suitors for Plus have not directed their bids to the legal owners, but to the Works Ministry.

by P Gunasegaram
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Raising revenue through the Anti-Money Laundering Act

COMMENT | A simple way of collecting tax - investigate those who have assets they can’t account for.

by P Gunasegaram
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Should Khalid Samad be sued for misfeasance?

QUESTION TIME | If abuse of authority is proved in Taman Rimba Kiara case, the gov't and public officer are liable for damages.

by P Gunasegaram
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Court ruling allowing PM to be sued will raise accountability

QUESTION TIME | It has far-reaching ramifications because civil action can be taken against the PM and ministers.

by P Gunasegaram
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Implications of Dr M’s shaky position after Tanjong Piai loss

COMMENT | Mahathir has lost support not only among non-Malays, especially the Chinese, but also among the Malays.

by P Gunasegaram
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Call for Najib to enter defence is no shock

COMMENT | To see if there was a need to be shocked, one has to look at the grounds of judgment.

by P Gunasegaram
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Why Azmin Ali should resign

COMMENT | Any minister should not be so derelict in his personal finances to invite a demand for payment of travel bills.

by P Gunasegaram
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Mahathir has an iron grip on corporate Malaysia

COMMENT | Corporate observers say there is no major gov't project which escapes the scrutiny of Daim, and hence Mahathir.

by P Gunasegaram
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Dear Dr M: We need reform to limit the powers of the PM

COMMENT |  Harapan manifesto Promise 12: The Pakatan Harapan Government will also remove the Prime Minister’s ability to manipulate key institutions by creating stronger check and balance mechanisms.

by P Gunasegaram
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Let the experts decide on Plus bids, not politicians

COMMENT | If the private sector can pay billions for PLUS and still make profits, shouldn't Khazanah and EPF just keep their stakes?

by P Gunasegaram
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RM46 billion PTMP is a risky undertaking that must be reviewed

COMMENT | There are too many imponderables and assumptions made, which may impact the viability of the project further down the road.

by P Gunasegaram
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Those humbug, crony offers for valuable Plus

A QUESTION OF BUSINESS | The other thing about these offers is that there is an extension of the toll concession period.

by P Gunasegaram
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Malaysian unity is more important than Malay unity

COMMENT | "If Malays follow your brand of unity - supporting a single party come hell or high water - they would have stuck with Umno."

by P Gunasegaram
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Time to introduce a capital gains tax

COMMENT | Expect a populist tax, the usual noises with trite not-entirely-true arguments about the previous government policies.

by P Gunasegaram
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Dear Dr M, you should set a date to step down - firmly and irrevocably

COMMENT | The PM should honour the promise that he has repeatedly made over the last three years.

by P Gunasegaram
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Creating 'bankable' housebuyers overnight is perilous

COMMENT | If people can’t afford to buy a house now, how can you make it easier for them to buy one via new financing schemes?

by P Gunasegaram
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Giving Tadmax RM3.5 billion power project is atrocious

QUESTION TIME | Why choose a relatively small property developer to become an independent power producer?

by P Gunasegaram
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Najib trial shows ECRL should be reviewed and probed

COMMENT | It is alleged projects were discussed with China with the aim of covering up a huge financial hole in 1MDB.

by P Gunasegaram
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Third Malaysian car is yet another farce

 A QUESTION OF BUSINESS |  Just like all the other Malaysian cars, we Malaysians will be funding the Third Malaysian car.

by P Gunasegaram
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