Letters
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  • PGI’s statements are valueless
  • Odin Tajué | Jun 30, 2015 5:19PM
  • On June 23, the New Straits Times (NST) reported on the arrest of Xavier Andre Justo in Thailand. It provided the reason for the arrest and quoted PetroSaudi International (PSI) as well as Protection Group International (PGI), the cyber security company retained by PSI.
  • Letters - malaysiakini.com/letters/303581
  • How long will it take to solve water woes?
  • Jesslyn Pek Yen Lee | Jun 30, 2015 4:47PM
  • From the end of May, Malaysia has actually entered a phase of the South-West Monsoon, where the weather is relatively dry and thus we are experiencing fewer rainy days. Recently, there have been a lot of unscheduled water disruptions in Hulu Langat District and the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, which include the Kajang and Balakong areas.
  • Letters - malaysiakini.com/letters/303572
  • Why climate change sets aside all other matters
  • Surendra Ananth | Jun 30, 2015 11:51AM
  • The most talked-about topic at the moment is the decision of the US Supreme Court which, perhaps with good reason, overshadowed other news. Don’t get me wrong, I think it is reason to celebrate, but it would be great if the public would be equally passionate on other issues, such as, let’s say, the survival of human beings.
  • Letters - malaysiakini.com/letters/303522
  • Affirm other faiths’ presence in schools
  • Gabungan Bertindak Malaysia | Jun 29, 2015 6:57PM
  • Gabungan Bertindak Malaysia (GBM) urges Education Minister Muhyiddin Yassin to issue a circular to all schools to affirm non-Islamic faiths' legitimate presence in schools, in accordance to the spirit of Article 3 and Article 11 of the federal constitution.
  • Letters - malaysiakini.com/letters/303466
  • Impetus needed for urban farming
  • SM Mohamed Idris | Jun 29, 2015 1:51PM
  • Urban farming is fast picking up all over the world, be it done individually or in a community setting. The Consumers Association of Penang (CAP) urges the government of Malaysia to support communities and individuals to move towards the path of urban farming.
  • Letters - malaysiakini.com/letters/303421
  • The rise of the skirt police
  • Yee Siew Meng | Jun 29, 2015 1:41PM
  • Of late all over Malaysia there is the rise of the skirt police. Even tourists in Malaysia are not spared at KLIA. If this is the way to promote ‘Truly Asia’ and tourism in Malaysia, then perhaps the tourism minister should confine his promotion of Malaysia to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and other Arab states. 
  • Letters - malaysiakini.com/letters/303418
  • Let’s fast-track and join TPPA, too
  • Ramon Navaratnam | Jun 29, 2015 10:51AM
  • President Barack Obama has signed laws to ‘fast-track the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA)’. Now we also better fast-track our preparations to join the TPPA, too!
  • Letters - malaysiakini.com/letters/303388
  • Malaysia’s blood ivory scandal deepens
  • Sean Whyte & Jennifer Yeap | Jun 29, 2015 9:00AM
  • The Wildlife and Natural Parks Department (Perhilitan) want us all to trust them when they claim they can account for all the ivory they have confiscated. This at least is what an unnamed spokesperson has said in a recent newspaper report.
  • Letters - malaysiakini.com/letters/303375
  • A doctor’s view on the lack of social trust
  • Dr Goh Kee San | Jun 28, 2015 10:51AM
  • I have been dismayed by the recent developments where at a time when we are supposed to be propelling towards being a developed nation, we are still arguing about what we should wear in public places.
  • Letters - malaysiakini.com/letters/303317
  • Reduce controversial issues for social harmony
  • Toh Chin Yaw | Jun 28, 2015 1:47AM
  • The Terengganu Education Department’s action to allow schools without Indian teachers and students to bring the Deepavali holiday forward for a longer Hari Raya school break is a great concern. The measure will create conflicts rather than benefit the schools and community.
  • Letters - malaysiakini.com/letters/303308
  • Stop threatening media over 1MDB reports
  • Sonia Randhawa & Jac Kee, CIJ | Jun 27, 2015 7:39AM
  • The Centre for Independent Journalism (CIJ) is dismayed at Home Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s recent threats against the media. Zahid warned that action could be taken against The Edge under the Printing Presses and Publications Act (PPPA) and against Sarawak Report under the Communications and Multimedia Act in relation to reports on government-owned investment corporation 1MDB.
  • Letters - malaysiakini.com/letters/303238
  • Alarming trek towards cultural intolerance
  • Jerald Joseph | Jun 27, 2015 7:34AM
  • Pusat Komas is increasingly alarmed and concerned about the growing trend of cultural intolerance in Malaysia today.
  • Letters - malaysiakini.com/letters/303237
  • Tadmax's reply to Mkini's article dated June 17
  • Tadmax Resources Berhad | Jun 26, 2015 3:25PM
  • Tadmax Resources Berhad (Tadmax) wishes to clarify and correct certain misleading statements made by YB Tony Pua under the article ‘Will there be a double bailout of 1MDB and Tadmax’, which appeared in Malaysiakini on June 17, 2015. We owe this as a duty to our shareholders and stakeholders who may also be just as perplexed by the incorrect accusations made against the company.
  • Letters - malaysiakini.com/letters/303177
  • MMC should assist clinics to select genuine doctors
  • Dr Raj Kumar Maharajah | Jun 26, 2015 1:16PM
  • With reference to news reports from the president of the Malaysian Medical Council (MMC) that four doctors were recently reprimanded for hiring unregistered doctors in their clinics, the Medical Practitioners Coalition Associations Malaysia (MPCAM ), an association consisting mainly of general practitioners, views the matter highlighted by the Malaysian Medical Council president seriously though the numbers highlighted by the council is less than 0.1 percent of the total registered clinics.
  • Letters - malaysiakini.com/letters/303156
  • No priorities, no solution to the gov’t’s problems
  • TK Chua | Jun 26, 2015 12:28PM
  • When then-prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad started the Malaysia Incorporated and Privatisation policies in earnest in the 1980s, I never envisaged that these concepts would evolve into the monstrous disasters that we see today.
  • Letters - malaysiakini.com/letters/303148
  • Why SNTD is rejecting an invitation from Prolintas
  • Say No to Dash (SNTD) committee | Jun 26, 2015 12:00PM
  • This statement is being made by the Say No to Dash (SNTD) committee in response to an invitation to a buka puasa with Projek Lintasan Kota Holdings Sdn Bhd (Prolintas) today (June 26, 2015).
  • Letters - malaysiakini.com/letters/303147
  • When a light bulb goes off in Malaysia
  • JD Lovrenciear | Jun 26, 2015 10:58AM
  • The very recent incident of a light bulb going off, leaving the portrait of Dr Mahathir Mohamad in darkness while those of the other six Umno presidents flanking him on the right and left remained lit at the headquarters of the political party in the federal capital, has got tongues wagging and tempers flying in the country.
  • Letters - malaysiakini.com/letters/303130
  • Politicians trying to foist rules on businesses?
  • Gursharan Singh | Jun 26, 2015 10:30AM
  • The proposal that food outlets close their doors by midnight to reduce social problems appears to be another case of politicians attempting to legislate how businesses should operate. An earlier case is how the public should dress when visiting government departments, the merit of which is still being debated and now even Cuepacs is supporting it.
  • Letters - malaysiakini.com/letters/303129
  • Dress codes a form of discrimination
  • Aliah Ali, Sisters in Islam | Jun 26, 2015 10:00AM
  • Sisters in Islam (SIS) expresses growing concern at the recent events regarding unwarranted dress code enforcement. After the incident at the Road and Transport Department (JPJ), we are repulsed to see the repetition of discrimination in other public buildings. SIS is extremely concerned that this growing policing of women’s attire by government officials could make the state of Malaysia even more conservative than what it already is.
  • Letters - malaysiakini.com/letters/303127
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