Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Malaysian Government bars reporters from Parliament

Bid to prevent no-confidence vote on Malaysian Prime Minister from being reported

In a desperate bid to prevent reporters from reporting on a possible no confidence vote on the Prime Minister, the Malaysian government today set up a barricade to prevent reporters from entering the Parliament.

Preparing for motion of no confidence

Campaign to topple PM Abdullah

Fresh allegations linking Deputy PM Najib's wife to Altantuya's case

RPK playing high stakes poker

Malaysian Police more likely to "jail the messenger", again