The long road to corrupt-free Malaysia

China Press Daily headlined that police are keeping a close eye on the Israeli man who was arrested for gun possession, and to prevent him from self-harm or being silenced by others.

Nanyang Daily front paged businesses, particularly small to medium-sized enterprises, are not ready for the progressive wage policy set for trial in June.

Kwong Wah Daily and Sin Chew Daily headlined that Yang di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Ibrahim Iskandar calls on MACC to tackle corruption as he transitions beyond his “honeymoon” phase, according to his recent Facebook post.

Guang Ming Daily headlined that Penang Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow stressed the importance of the Penang LRT project, as the people would suffer from nightmarish traffic jams without a good public transportation system and traffic network.


The KK Mart incident that has offended religion and triggered a nationwide boycott, has ignited evoked strong emotions, with ominous consequences looming on the horizon. If left unaddressed, the situation could spiral into unimaginable outcome, said Nanyang Daily.

For a country to progress, its attitude must be one of openness and inclusivity.Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim shouldn’t be disheartened by customs officials’ involvement in major corruption since it is a long road to combat corruption said Sin Chew Daily. It is confident that Malaysia would be a corruption-free society with sustained effort.