On the RM100m defamation and misrepresentation suit filed by KL Vertical City developer.
YOURSAY | ‘By resorting to racial fear-mongering, it proves BN is bankrupt of ideas.’
COMMENT | Ex-inhouse critic becomes status quo stalwart while critic-turned-fellow traveller now a gadfly.
ADUN SPEAKS | Despite Felda chair's 'no cost' assertion, the agency is legally obliged to pay stamp duty.
He believes the PKR veep can defeat Johor Bahru's seven-term MP Shahrir Samad.
He also confirms Rafizi's allegation that land has yet to be transferred back to Felda as it is under caveat.
YOURSAY | ‘Are we going to be told of yet another alleged crime without criminals?’
Amanah-linked Anak wants Shahrir Samad to reveal the incentive promised to Synergy Promenade.
Forensic audit on Jln Semarak KLVC project will be finished sooner than expected, says Felda chief.
The firm will conduct a forensic audit of the project being developed on Felda-owned land, says the PM.
Despite differing political alliances, there is no bad blood between him and his Umno-aligned brother Shahrir, says Amanah leader.
UPDATED 7.54PM | Shahrir says several avenues being pursued to reclaim land worth RM270m.
Shahrir’s ‘Ferrari’ analogy trivialises potential losses from Felda’s London hotel sale, PKR veep says.
He cannot 'just retreat' when the opposition is eyeing the state, says the Johor MP, who previously said he would not contest in GE14.
'I did not ask for this position but I can't refuse as Felda is not found in other countries,' says chairperson.
This is to ensure that Felda brings progress to settlers, says the agency's new boss.
Najib Razak reminds Felda settlers of the government's contributions to their livelihood.
COMMENT | Isa Samad could not perform as FGV chairperson, so Shahrir Samad was brought in, but…
Felda chairperson responds to Anak and Hisbah signing an agreement on the matter.
Felda chairperson Shahrir Samad tells Reuters that settlers are still 'with the government.'
A professional would do better - if given the freedom.
'Having a lot of assets but having a problematic cash flow shows that Felda is in a bad spot.'
This is because Felda still has assets worth RM22 billion, some of which can be sold off, chairperson says.
Among others, the group wants their oil palm fruits to be sold at better rates, and fairer deals between settlers and Felda.
The PKR MP claims that in addition to the money from FGV's listing, there are also funds from loans that are now gone.
YOURSAY | ‘It needs to sell assets to stabilise cash flow, yet it has money to invest in Eagle High.’
He has a list of how the RM4.3 billion was utilised, namely for long-term investment, both here and abroad.
UPDATED 5.56PM | Townhall sessions on this urged in every state with Felda settlements.
COMMENT | The latest Felda case and others have made us appear to be a nation of kleptocrats.