Minimum wage should be relaxed for disabled people

Think tank Political Studies for Change (KPRU) welcomes the raise of minimum wage as announced in Budget 2016, however KPRU opines that the current minimum wage system is unable to protect the people with disabilities, also known in Malay as Orang Kurang Upaya or Orang Kelainan Upaya, or OKU in short. This is because the … Continue reading Minimum wage should be relaxed for disabled people

Gaji minimum harus dilonggarkan untuk OKU

Badan pemikir Kajian Politik untuk Perubahan (KPRU) mengalu-alukan kenaikan gaji minimum seperti yang yang diumumkan dalam Bajet 2016, namun KPRU berpendapat bahawa sistem gaji minimum yang sedia ada ini tidak mampu melindungi golongan Orang Kurang Upaya (OKU) atau juga dikenali sebagai Orang Kelainan Upaya. Ini kerana warga OKU tidak mampu bersaing dengan pekerja bukan OKU … Continue reading Gaji minimum harus dilonggarkan untuk OKU

Malaysian Civil Society Strongly Condemns the Abuse of SOSMA by PDRM

Malaysian Civil Societies and NGOs Joint Press Statement on SOSMA, which includes Kajian Politik untuk Perubahan (KPRU). Malaysian Civil Society Strongly Condemns the Abuse of SOSMA by PDRM Malaysian Civil Society strongly condemns the high-handed action of the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) in detaining Datuk Seri Khairuddin Abu Hassan under the Special Offences (Special Measures) … Continue reading Malaysian Civil Society Strongly Condemns the Abuse of SOSMA by PDRM

(No-) confidence motion in the history of the Malaysian Parliament

The focus of legislative business when Malaysian Parliament resumes sitting on 19 October 2015, apart from the 2016 National Budget, would be, who will bring forth either a confidence motion or a no-confidence motion towards Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak. The following questions are what everyone has in mind and being concerned, regarding the Members … Continue reading (No-) confidence motion in the history of the Malaysian Parliament