Press Statement by CENBET co-president Gan Ping Sieu: High Time FINAS Act is Amended to Keep Up with The Times
Friday, July 24, 2020
The catch-all law is definitely obsolete and requires a clearer definition in keeping up with time. Today, almost everyone is a content producer. Armed with just a smartphone, we are able to create a variety of content ranging from commercials, public service announcements, tutorials and more. Not only can we produce, but we are also publishers via a wide range of digital platforms such as YouTube, FaceBook, Instagram and many more.  >> read more
 
CENBET vice-president Dato’ Simon Lim Seng Chai: Being a parliamentarian should not be a pre-requisite to head GLCs
Friday, April 17, 2020
Let us be clear – being on the right side of the political divide is not, and should not, be a criteria to head a GLC. GLCs are not meant to be a training ground, or used as a platform for political patronage at the expense of taxpayers.  >> read more
 
CENBET co-president Gan Ping Sieu: Prime Minister must take stern action against KSN
Wednesday, March 18, 2020
The Government must consider disciplinary action against the Chief Secretary to the Government (KSN) Datuk Seri Mohd Zuki Ali over his failure to invite Menteri Besar and Chief Ministers of all states to the special meeting on Covid-19 convened by the Prime Minister.  >> read more
 
CENBET Vice President Dato Simon Lim Seng Chai: Allow Peaceful Rallies to Continue
Thursday, March 05, 2020
It has been an unsettling two weeks for the Malaysian political landscape, resulting in the appointment of a new Prime Minister and a change of federal government. Several states also saw new governments coming into power.

Despite the political turmoil, we must congratulate the rakyat for being mature and preserving the peace in the country. While there were contrasting opinions and heated debates, Malaysia was spared from violent protests and riots.
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Malaysians want Third Vote but skeptical about real change, CENBET survey shows
Monday, January 20, 2020
PETALING JAYA, 20 Jan 2020 - Almost 60 per cent of Malaysians polled in a recent survey want the government to revive local elections, although they are doubtful this will lead to significant improvements in their lives.  >> read more
 
Co-President Gan Ping Sieu on The PM's View That Racial Inequality Is Hampering National Development
Tuesday, December 03, 2019
It is not inequality among the races that hampers our effort to achieve developed nation status, as opined by Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad yesterday. It is the institutional abuses leading to the entrenchment of a political patronage culture, government leakages and indiscriminate social handouts that are to be blamed.  >> read more
 
Vice-President Dato Simon Lim Seng Chai On YB Paul Yong Resuming Exco Duties
Saturday, November 16, 2019
We are shocked to learn from news reports that YB Paul Yong has resumed his duties as the Perak Executive Councillor, less than three months after going on leave following public pressure to do so. More disturbing is the fact that he did so despite not yet being acquitted of the rape charge he was facing. In fact, the trial had not even commenced.  >> read more
 
Co-President Gan Ping Sieu on The Malay Dignity Congress
Tuesday, October 08, 2019
The government needs to set the record straight on its stance over the resolutions raised during last Sunday's Malay Dignity Congress. Under normal circumstances, issues raised during any non-governmental gatherings would strictly be a private affair. It is part of citizens' rights to assemble and express their opinions.  >> read more
 
Vice-President Dato' Simon Lim Seng Chai Asking YB Paul Yong To Take Leave
Saturday, August 24, 2019
Perak Executive Councillor YB Paul Yong should go on leave, pending the outcome of the criminal charges against him. This is in line with good governance, where public office bearers must not only be clean and upright, but be seen to be so.  >> read more
 
Vice-President Ng Yeen Seen On Proposal Of New Rape Law By PKR Senator
Thursday, August 01, 2019
CENBET is appalled by PKR Senator Mohd Imran Abd Hamid 's views that men have to be protected from being seduced into committing rape.  >> read more
 
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