Hong Kong-based GMT Research has issued a report questioning airline AirAsia Bhd‘s accounting practices, accusing it of using transactions with associate companies to boost its earnings, according to a copy obtained by Reuters. Continue reading “SC & Bursa KL: Have You Checked The “Accounting Practices” Of AirAsia?”
Khazanah Nasional Bhd has announced the delisitng of MAS this morning. However, yesterday at about 10:30 am Reuters broke the story about the impending announcement by Khazanah Nasional Bhd, HERE. Continue reading “Delisitng MAS Another Exercise of “Bina Tak Boleh Fikir”?”
Jaringan Melayu Malaysia (JMM) has called for Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Zainal, the former Malaysian ambassador to France and General of Malaysian Arm Forces, to take over the chairmanship of MAS from Tan Sri Md Nor Md Yusof. JMM is confident that Tan Sri Abdul Aziz would be able to bring MAS back to its former glory, in HERE. Continue reading “JMM wants Tan Sri Aziz as the new Chairman of MAS”
Updates @ 10:00 pm on 16-4-2012: From 3 pm to 6 pm today (16-4-2012) Mr Ignatious MC Ong, the MD of Firefly, had a meeting with the Firefly‘s captains, first officers and cabin crews at MAS Academy. Yours truly has been informed that Mr Ignatious M C Ong could match Rashdan’s arrogance. Could someone from Firefly help with what had transpired in the meeting so that the readers can be kept informed? Thank you.
The recent appointments of those personalities and consultant firm connected with AirAsia that have been made by the TRIO Continue reading “Shane Nollan, Rozman Omar & Azhari Dahlan are tainted with glaring “CONFLICT OF INTEREST””
Anti-trafficking of Persons! Anti-trafficking of National Assets!
Tuan Yang Di-Pertua,
Saya bangun untuk membahas “Rang Undang-Undang untuk meminda Akta Antipemerdagangan Orang 2007 (Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act 2007),” dengan mengalu-alukan cadangan pindaan.
Tetapi Kerajaan perlu merujuk kepada Laporan “UN High Commissioner for High Commissioner for Human Rights to Economic & Social Council” bertarikh 20 Mei 2002. Iaitu:
The Primacy of Human Rights:
“1. The human rights of trafficked persons shall be at the centre of all efforts to prevent and combat trafficking and to protect, assist and provide redress to victims.
2. States have a responsibility under international law to act with due diligence to prevent trafficking, to investigate and prosecute traffickers and to assist and protect trafficked persons.
3. Anti-trafficking measures shall not adversely affect the human rights and dignity of persons, in particular the rights of those who have been trafficked, and of migrants, internally displaced persons, refugees and asylum-seekers.”