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Download the PDF version [1] Umno assemblyperson wants hudud for all in Johor. Available at http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/202378 [2] MCA hanya tentang hudud PAS, kata Chua. Available at http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2012/11/03/mca-hanya-tentang-hudud-pas-kata-chua/ [3] Soi Lek: Hudud will cause 1.2 million to lose jobs. Available at … Continue reading

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The Real Difference (Part 2): Successful budgeting

 Download the PDF version Sources: [1] Car price cut benefits few Malaysians, says Pekema. Available at  http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/car-price-cut-benefits-few-malaysians-says-pekema [2] Which makes better fiscal sense? Available at http://www.kinibiz.com/story/issues/15491/which-makes-better-fiscal-sense.html [3] Overall spirit of Pakatan’s manifesto quite scary. Available at http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/opinion/2013/03/04/overall-spirit-of-pakatans-manifesto-quite-scary/ [4] Pre-Budget 2013 … Continue reading

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The Real Difference (Part 1): Capable youthful leaders

 Download the PDF version Sources: [1] Najib signs election integrity pledge. Available at http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2013/02/20/najib-signs-election-integrity-pledge/ [2] The promise of political violence. Available at http://www.thenutgraph.com/the-promise-of-political-violence/ [3] Do you feel 50% richer? Available at http://refsa.org/focus-papers/infographics/do-you-feel-50-richer/ [4] A big fat F for Fail: The … Continue reading

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Tale of the Tape #2: Chua Soi Lek vs Lim Guan Eng

A party is as good as its leaders. REFSA pitches the top guns of Barisan Nasional and Pakatan Rakyat against each other, so that Malaysians can make an informed decision come the 13th General Election. Download the PDF version Sources: … Continue reading

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Tale of the Tape #1: Najib vs Anwar

The potential of a true leader is defined by his track record. REFSA pitches the two top guns of Barisan Nasional and Pakatan Rakyat against each other, so that Malaysians can make an informed decision about who is the man … Continue reading

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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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