KUALA LUMPUR: Former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said on Friday (Oct 16) he doubted whether opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim … More
Lebanon’s political impasse, triggered by the Aug. 4 Beirut port explosion that forced Prime Minister Hassan Diab to resign, is … More
Anwar Ibrahim has come far from his days as a charismatic firebrand. Now the man who believes in an inclusive … More
Party sources say Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah has the backing of 24 of the 39 Umno MPs KUALA LUMPUR – Opposition … More
Anwar vowed that if he can form a government, it would take an inclusive approach for the benefit of all Malaysians; would be committed to institutional reform; and would not compromise with any politicians currently facing numerous criminal charges in court.
Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin has lost his parliamentary majority and it would be appropriate for him to resign.
MANILA: A large faction of Philippine legislators in the House of Representatives elected a new leader on Monday (Oct 12), … More
PKR comms chief says country needs strong, responsible administration to lead charge against pandemic KUALA LUMPUR – Perikatan Nasional’s incompetence in … More
KUALA LUMPUR : On paper at least, Parti Warisan Sabah’s defeat in the September state polls was a boon to … More
Dr Mahathir Mohamad has accused Anwar Ibrahim of going behind his back to rally support after the jailed politician was … More
Anwar Ibrahim should make way for a new generation of leaders Still miffed at missing his shot at Malaysia’s premiership … More
1974: Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, then an Islamic youth leader, is detained for leading an anti-government protest. He spends 20 months … More
KUALA LUMPUR : PKR president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s claim to have the majority to form a new government and … More
Yin says that it is our apathy which has led us to where we are today. We left it to the … More
Muhyiddin’s approval rating of 69 per cent is higher than the 56 per cent that predecessor Mahathir saw in March … More
I would like to remind Malaysians that different times call for a different gaming scenario. To change, we must all expect to do different things and hold off our emotions that was based on a narrow interpretation of the past. If we start alluding to the past actions of individuals which we never understood fully in the first place, then we would go nowhere. If we also think that change can come by us turning up to vote and waiting two hours to mark an X, that time has past. We need to do 200% more than that. This gaming scenario is predicated on the assumption that Malaysians who want change must come out strongly and sacrifice much to affect the desired outcome. Without that will, this gaming scenario is just another story structure for a harmless online game.
TOKYO (Reuters) – Yoshihide Suga, a longtime lieutenant of Japan’s Shinzo Abe, has emerged as a strong contender to succeed … More
JOHOR BAHRU : Independent Islamic preacher and entrepreneur Ebit Irawan Ibrahim Lew or popularly known as Ebit Liew was today … More
Former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad announced that he would set up a new political party. This shows that … More
JAKARTA : For someone with little experience in politics and who is mostly known as a businessman, the meteoric rise … More
Sarajun wonders if “lackey” Azhar Harun was chosen to enable BN / UMNO to dismantle & obliterate all electoral reforms … More
TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – National Mandate Party (PAN) senior member Amien Rais on Friday claimed that he had been fired from … More
Is Dr Mahathir Mohamad suffering from “victim mentality” from his experiences during his student days in Singapore? When Mahathir was … More
But Prime Minister Hun Sen’s eldest son will need to gain the trust of Cambodian voters to complete his ascent … More