Malaysia doesn't owe anyone money for Sabah
As Sabah is globally recognised as part of Malaysia, Malaysia is in no way obliged to entertain the claims of the descendants of a lost sovereign.
Dewan Rakyat to focus on proposal for new agreement to replace MA63
Questions will also be raised about the economic downturn and the depreciation of the ringgit.
Malaysian assets at risk globally as late Sulu sultan's heirs claim US$15 billion award
Lawyers for the claimants say the ruling remains legally enforceable outside France through the New York Convention, a UN treaty on international arbitration recognised in 170 countries.
Govt gets stay order against US$15 billion award to Sulu sultan's heirs
Law minister Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar says Malaysia is preparing to have the ruling set aside.
Petronas to fight seizure of Luxembourg assets
The state oil firm says the action against it is 'baseless'.
Negotiate, don’t throw out entire deal, Wan Junaidi says on BN proposal for new Malaysia Agreement
The law minister says the Malaysia Agreement 1963 already has all of the guidelines on what should be given to Sabah and Sarawak.
Education ministry working to resolve Sabah’s ‘sekolah tumpang’ issue
Education Minister Radzi Jidin says Sabah has more sekolah tumpang than any other place.
Putrajaya, Sabah agree on 4.7-fold increase in special grant
The value for 2022 will be RM125.6 million from RM26.7 million previously.
On island paradise, teachers work to stop stateless children from sniffing glue
Prevented from attending public schools due to their lack of documentation, only a handful of these children are finding refuge at a special school for stateless students.
Sabah Cabinet agrees in principle to 2-term limit for CM
The proposal will require the support of the assemblymen before the state constitution can be amended.
Govt files bid to annul final award on claims by Sulu sultan’s heirs
Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob says the government will not budge in defending the country's sovereignty and Sabah's position in Malaysia.
The long road from paper to real life for Sabah-Sarawak rights
Observers say constitutional changes alone will not be able to restore the rights of Sabah and Sarawak.