Although thoughts in this article have sprung out after reading Professor Tajuddin’s article in Sin Chew, this article is not a … More
Calls for snap polls in Malaysia are getting harder to resist for Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin’s ruling pact, following the … More
Regardless how the Pakatan presidential council decides, Mahathir’s detractors and doubters have got it right on one point and are now proclaiming to everyone what ultimately is the 94-year-old’s objective – and that is about having the window to be able to Mukhriz somewhere into the equation to be deputy prime minister 2 in a country where there is no provision even for a deputy PM
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Arguably, sticking to the Malay-led multiracial formula remains, for now, the best approach to governing Malaysia. However, politicians must not lose sight of the merit-based multicultural idealism upheld by many young Malaysians. The test will be whether Perikatan Nasional or Pakatan Harapan can secure victory through an alternative formula in the next election
Anwar and Dr Mahathir separately claimed to have the majority vote of members of parliament, both contradicting each other to say they are the prime ministerial candidate.
Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) is supporting Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin. Dr Mahathir confirmed that after Perikatan Nasional took over as federal government, he no longer met GPS chairman cum Sarawak Chief Minister Abang Johari Openg. Dr Mahathir was unable to reach him too
Mahathir still longs to be PM, but whatever next course of action he takes will not have Anwar as a factor. The good news is, he is no longer bound by Anwar; and the bad news is, he may lose the support of PKR’s 38 MPs. Mahathir is going to take to bring down Muhyiddin include a no-confidence motion, or a statutory declaration to be handed to the King that will not include PKR’s 38 names.
I quit because my party rejected my views, meaning they had lost their faith in me.
Mahathir should change the political mind frame of the Malays and not put the blame on progressive thinking and pluralism. Because of deep-rooted institutional decay, our politicians have lost themselves. There is no way this country will ever go back to the right track again over the next one decade.
Will table a motion of no confidence against Muhyiddin in the Parliament in July. If no chance to vote on the no-confidence motion, will veto the PN government’s fiscal budget.
I never met Hishammuddin and Azmin in Langkawi. I can meet with anyone, except Najib and Muhyiddin.
What the DAP and Amanah are doing is furthering the narrative that Anwar does not have the numbers when the reality is that they are being held hostage by a cabal of political pirates and playing into the narratives of the PN regime.