Whither the Madani govt?
The gutsy politics associated with much-needed reforms seems to be a thing of the past.
Grim outlook for economic growth or reforms under 'weak' Anwar, says UK-based report
It is another negative appraisal of the prime minister as he marks his first year in Putrajaya.
Low approval ratings, dissatisfaction over economy cloud Anwar's first year in power
A new public opinion poll shows increasing disapproval of the government's handling of the economy.
Don't sweep weaknesses in governance under the carpet, says chief secretary
Mohd Zuki Ali says government administration without corruption starts from good governance and high integrity.
After limbo, Thailand's new prime minister faces weakened economy
The real estate tycoon won parliamentary support to take the reins of Southeast Asia's second largest economy at the head of an unlikely coalition.
Thailand's Pheu Thai launches PM bid as fugitive figurehead Thaksin eyes return
Thailand has been under a caretaker government and its new parliament has been deadlocked after anti-establishment election winners Move Forward were blocked by conservative lawmakers.
Pheu Thai gains backing from rival party to form govt
The party has managed to gather the support of 13 other political parties but it will need some support from the unelected Senate.
Pakistan to pick caretaker leader to oversee general election
Under the constitution, Shehbaz Sharif and opposition leader Raja Riaz have three days to reach agreement on a caretaker.
Thailand alliance expands in new effort to form government
Thailand has been under a caretaker government and faces prolonged uncertainty after election winners Move Forward were blocked from forming a government by conservative legislators allied with the royalist military.
Israel's Netanyahu says will likely advance legislation to change judges selection committee
Last month, the coalition passed legislation that removed the court's power to strike down government actions based on the action being classified as 'unreasonable'.
Indonesia president names new communications minister after graft scandal
Johnny G Plate, who denies wrongdoing, faces life imprisonment if found guilty of corruption in a project that saw an estimated US$534.94 million of state losses.
PwC Australia says staff involved in tax leak face 'severe' consequences
The firm has already placed nine partners on leave and named four former partners directly involved in the breach who have since left the firm.