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ETP Investments Collapsed in 2012: An infographic

  [Based on REFSA Says A big fat ‘F’ for Fail (Part 2): The ETP has failed ordinary Malaysians, published on 21 March 2013.]   Download the PDF version

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Do you feel 50% richer?

Download the PDF version —————— Sources:  [1] Najib: More time needed to show results before polls. Available at http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/223685 Retrieved 25 March 2013. [2] PEMANDU eventually revised the 49% growth claim to 41%. The agency says the change in figures is to comply with the … Continue reading

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A weightier Parliament & a slimmer Cabinet: An infographic

[This is a condensed version of REFSA’s focus paper Cabinet & Parliamentary Rebalancing (Part 3): A weightier Parliament and a slimmer Cabinet on how a beefed up Parliament with bi-partisan, powerful, and well-resourced committees can help our government avoid stinks.]  Download the PDF … Continue reading

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[This is a condensed version of REFSA’s focus paper Cabinet & Parliamentary Rebalancing (Part 2): The tangled mass of 68 Ministers and Deputies on how our bloated Cabinet can be trimmed for the benefit of Malaysians.]  Download the PDF version

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Why our bloated Cabinet needs CPR: An Infographic

[This is a condensed version of REFSA’s focus paper Cabinet & Parliamentary Rebalancing (Part 1): Why our government needs CPR – an in-depth diagnosis of the ailments afflicting Malaysia’s sclerotic Cabinet, and why some of its colossal mass could be better … Continue reading

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Every year, eyes are peeled and ears are pricked for the Budget speech by the Prime Minister. The speech, unfortunately, is more theatre than substance. It highlights populist measures and dangles enticing carrots in the name of caring for the … Continue reading

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Budget 2013: Behind the theatrics #5-The PTPTN Dilemma

Every year, eyes are peeled and ears are pricked for the Budget speech by the Prime Minister. The speech, unfortunately, is more theatre than substance. It highlights populist measures and dangles enticing carrots in the name of caring for the … Continue reading

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Formula to Failure: Our plunging Maths and Science standards

How valuable is an A, when nearly 1 in 4 students can achieve it? That’s right – 24% of all Form 3 students scored an A  for PMR Science this year. The students and their parents, no doubt, are elated. But are … Continue reading

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Every year, eyes are peeled and ears are pricked for the Budget speech by the Prime Minister. The speech, unfortunately, is more theatre than substance. It highlights populist measures and dangles enticing carrots in the name of caring for the … Continue reading

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Every year, eyes are peeled and ears are pricked for the Budget speech by the Prime Minister. The speech, unfortunately, is more theatre than substance. It highlights populist measures and dangles enticing carrots in the name of caring for the … Continue reading

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