After the unintended reward of a long weekend layover to compensate for the energy-sapping GE14 campaign, Malaysia finally got back to work. The mood must have been decidedly blue for some.
A breath of fresh air swept through the city on Monday morning as the usual start-of-the-week workday traffic built up in volume from early dawn in all roads leading to Putrajaya. Some appeared to be in more of a hurry than others. This was going to be D-Day for many amongst the senior echelons who fretted all weekend now that everyone is being called to account. Some would already have been resigned to their fate since incoming Prime Minister Tun...
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Razak Chik is a journalist of long standing beginning with editorial stints in New Straits Times, business reporting with Malaysian Business as well as capital markets coverage with Investors Digest. He seeks to inculcate the practice of ethics, pursuit of truth and fairness in journalism that will form the platform for universal prosperity.