Sabah State Legislative Assembly demonstrated great example as a legislature which democratically and effectively fit the new normal under Covid-19.
Covid-19 and climate change are both quintessential collective action problems, where inaction on the part of any one nation can create adverse consequences around the world.
Covid-19 is today’s test, and provides numerous opportunities for our governments to prove themselves up to the task of protecting the public good.
Parliament is in fact one of the most important services in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak to discuss economic plans and issues of the nation’s people.
COMMENTARY Institutional reform democracy good governance APR 18, 2020 Parlimen ‘perkhidmatan penting’ untuk negara berhadapan krisis COVID-19 By Fakhrurrazi Rashid [For English version please click here] Sebelum
The urgency for transparency is as great as the urgency in overcoming the pandemic. People and leaders of the country cannot compromise on the issue of financial leakage and misuse of power or information today.
In this day and age, where most of the population in the hardest hit countries have a smartphone on them at all times, the technological opportunities for contact tracing are vast and might be key to restarting economy for post-Covid-19.