KUALA LUMPUR : The momentum for Pakatan Harapan’s (PH) counter-coup has stalled just inches from the finish line after failing … More
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s opposition parties have denied that they are power crazy for their attempt to wrest back control in … More
If Mahathir Mohamad is a mole sent to break up the supposedly united and unbreakable Pakatan Harapan coalition, he has … More
The main objective should always be about moving forward the reform agenda and putting forth the needs of the many over the few. The main risk is that we will forever regress and the chance such as that in GE14 will never come up again.
Our questions are:
What guarantee will be available that a handover of power will be made to Anwar after the said six months given your ambiguous nature over that issue in the recent past? Will it be at the cost of dissolving the government once again?
The world is changing, we need a leader who is with the people at present times. We have to make brave and confront the challenging times
DO DAP leaders like Anthony Loke ever listen to themselves when they talk about their cockamamie plans to cling to Dr … More
Malaysia’s grand old man is used to having his way. Everyone has seen how he can damage those who do not do what he wants. He was never aggressive, he did not raise his voice even though we know he would not back down. We are not sure what he will do but this is the chance to make a fresh start. It is time for Mahathir to support Anwar.
The whole world is waiting for PH++ to come up with a final decision on their prime ministerial candidate. As … More
KUALA LUMPUR : Former two-time prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has set his sights on the premiership for the … More
The more important question now is why did the Malays, from a high moral ground came down so much to now support politicians with millions of cash, watches and hand bags as well as those who have Islamic foundation but has no building on the address?
Mahathir and Anwar reportedly have agreed to a tag-team combo that will see the former returns as the prime minister … More
There has been a raucous cry for Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad to be installed as the prime minister yet again – the only one the Malays respect, the only one who can keep everyone together, we need him, he is competent etc.
If Anwar Ibrahim and Pakatan Harapan endorses Mahathir as the 9th prime minister, they will lose their own legitimacy. There are those who love Mahathir but we all love Malaysia more
Mahathir’s sweetener was that he merely wants to redeem himself, to prove to everyone that he is a man of his words. One insider noticed that Anwar looked sheepish and uneasy on hearing Mahathir’s offer, which if it eventuates, would mean a world record unlikely to ever being broken.
KUALA LUMPUR, June 13 — Former two-time prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad does not see his successor Prime Minister … More
Malaysia’s former prime minister believes his disgraced rival Najib Razak, still facing charges over the 1MDB scandal, is plotting a … More
Dr Mahathir’s initial list of 115 MPs on February 29 and how it has changed then, which in some cases illustrate how quickly political loyalties and allegiances can change in Malaysia:
After a 100 days under the Old Order, many Malaysians now realise that while the Pakatan government was not perfect it was trying to do good. It was perhaps clumsy, but it was honest. Malaysians have to protect the fruits of democracy together, to build back better, we need everyone who dreams of clean government and of democratic space to come together, and in our turn, to push back the Old Order (UMNO).
If Malaysia ends up a divided nation again, then every Malaysian, regardless of race or religion, will lose When unbridled … More
Malaysia, once seen as a multicultural nation, has been incrementally traveling down the path of monoculturalism. In 1957, Chinese comprised about 40 percent of the population. That has shrunk to about 23 percent today. Any ideas promoting a true multi-cultural Malaysia were politically resisted.
Disgraced Malaysian leaders plan a comeback. Najib, according to a well-placed political source in Kuala Lumpur, is angling to take back the leadership of the Barisan Nasional despite the magnitude of the crimes for which he Is standing trial
Progressive Malaysians will no doubt continue to push for the reinstatement of those they democratically elected in 2018.
What is certain, however — this dramatic saga isn’t over.
KUALA LUMPUR (June 2): Former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has denied making any agreement for Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia … More
Sarajun Hoda Abdul Hassan wonder and puzzle as when he know about the leaked audio recording purpotedly a plot that … More