Don't make Pak Lah's mistake, analyst tells Anwar on Nurul Izzah's appointment
Ahmad Atory Hussain draws comparisons with former prime minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi's appointment to office of his son-in-law, Khairy Jamaluddin.
Moving Nurul Izzah to finance ministry still nepotism, says PN
Tasek Gelugor MP Wan Saiful Wan Jan accuses PH of 'sharing a bed' with BN to the point where it is willing to violate its past principles.
Nurul Izzah now part of finance minister's special advisory body
The former Permatang Pauh MP says she no longer serves as her father's senior economic and finance adviser.
Ambiga slams Anwar's 'green light' for ministers to 'bring in family'
She hits out at the prime minister's remarks that Cabinet members should not give salaries or rewards from government allocations to relatives appointed as advisers or officials.
Activists, NGO leaders silent over Nurul Izzah's appointment
Prominent individuals previously vocal on issues of integrity either refuse to comment or cannot be reached.
Nurul Izzah here to help, not take projects, says Anwar
The prime minister says his daughter's role would include ensuring a transparent administration and the proper award of government tenders.
Observers warn of prelude to more Nurul Izzah-like appointments
While such appointments are nothing new in Malaysia, concerns are raised about the possibility of more to come.
Dubious justifications for ministerial advisers
If ministerial advisers are needed, there must be a framework governing the scope of their role.
Tell your daughter to resign, Muhyiddin says to Anwar
The Perikatan Nasional chairman says the appointment of Nurul Izzah Anwar as a senior adviser is just the latest in a series of missteps by the prime minister.
Don't bring 'PKR-style nepotism' into govt, opposition leader tells Anwar
This comes as a storm of protest greets the news that the prime minister's daughter is now his senior adviser.
PM's daughter appointed as his 'senior adviser' on finance
The former MP says her appointment took effect early this month.
From 'dedak' to death wishes, elderly woman turns target of Twitter attacks for criticising Nurul Izzah
Most of the Twitter accounts condemning her appear to be managed by cybertroopers, a potent weapon used by political parties.