Meeting of PN parties on Wednesday did not reach a decision on whether to have the fledgling coalition formally registered so as to contest the 15th general election.
Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin is a lucky man. He has got friends who have full confidence in him. That’s not … More
KUALA LUMPUR, June 30 — The government has proposed Election Commission chairman Datuk Azhar Azizan Harun for the post of … More
Calls for snap polls in Malaysia are getting harder to resist for Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin’s ruling pact, following the … More
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
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
KUALA LUMPUR: Calls are growing from both sides of the political divide for Malaysian Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin to hold … More
KUALA LUMPUR : The momentum for Pakatan Harapan’s (PH) counter-coup has stalled just inches from the finish line after failing … More
In the past, the government relied on the deep coffers of state oil firm Petronas – the country’s only Fortune 500 entry – to bail it out of tight spots either with cash injections or to finance megadeals. Now the government would draw down from bodies, such as the civil service pension manager, and the sovereign wealth fund Khazanah
If Mahathir Mohamad is a mole sent to break up the supposedly united and unbreakable Pakatan Harapan coalition, he has … More
KUALA LUMPUR : Former two-time prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has set his sights on the premiership for the … More
Deterioration in governance and political uncertainty may dampen investor sentiment, constraining economic growth.
There are needs to be clarity on the government’s stability, for investors to truly return.
UMNO and PAS are like the characters Vladimir and Estragon in the Samuel Becket’s play ‘Waiting for Godot ‘…Godot is … 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).
(June 10): Is the pandemic a boon to autocracy? In Malaysia, efforts to constrain the coronavirus have chipped away at … More
If Malaysia ends up a divided nation again, then every Malaysian, regardless of race or religion, will lose When unbridled … More
The National Economic Recovery Plan (PENJANA) worth RM35 billion is expected to address the issues by rejuvenating the economic sectors that have been badly affected by the pandemic, especially small and medium enterprises.
The fact that both Umno and Bersatu are now in the same coalition stands for nothing. It is simply a matter of time before Umno brings down Bersatu the way Bersatu brought down Pakatan Harapan
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
The federal government is introducing an economic recovery plan dubbed Penjana that will put RM35 billion into the Malaysian economy via various initiatives and direct benefits. Of the sum announced, RM10 billion would be direct fiscal injections from the government. Thenew plan to restart the economy which called PENJANA
Appointment of MPs and politicians into GLCs is a norm in Malaysia, one that has been viewed by critics as a political reward system aimed at consolidating power and support.
KUALA LUMPUR (June 2): Former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has denied making any agreement for Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia … More