Tag: Awang Azman Pawi
One says 'be more accommodative' while another says Warisan should make clear its stand on PPBM's pre-GE14 promise.
Many see the charging of the ex-PM not as political persecution, but the triumph of the rule of law.
Political analyst says it is unfair that Sarawak DAP veteran Chong Chieng Jen has been made a deputy minister while PPBM newbie Syed Saddiq has been appointed a full minister.
There aren't enough young people to help in the party's rebranding, says UM's Awang Azman.
Awang Azman Pawi berkata langkah 4 parti komponen BN Sarawak itu ibarat ular bersalin kulit tetapi isi tetap sama.
An analyst notes that he responds to criticism with facts instead of rhetoric.
The party has to think of making itself relevant to the times, says an academic.
UM's Awang Azman Pawi says Khalid Samad will be a formidable opponent.
Salahuddin Ayub exults over conflicting reactions of the Islamist party's leaders to EC's decision on the election date.
Awang Azman of UM says one indication is Najib's pledge of RM1.3 billion worth of projects for Langkawi.
One says BN is too solid to be toppled, but another speaks of a wave of support for Pakatan.
Awang Azman says the coalition's recent moves were obviously geared towards getting Malay support.
An analyst says the party risks defeat if it fights in battles that BN traditionally entrusts to other component parties.
An analyst says the party, if it wants to avoid being seen as hypocritical, must adhere to democratic practice.
It's better for the coalition to field an Umno candidate, says an analyst.
UM's Awang Azman recalls similar problems for PKR in its early years.
'Voters will think this kind of thing is going on in the other component parties as well.'
Awang Azman Pawi berkata rakyat sudah pandai menilai motif politik di sebalik sesuatu gesaan oleh kerajaan.
UM academic Awang Azman says the government risks a backlash for insulting the public's intelligence.
Pensyarah Universiti Malaya Awang Azman Pawi ketidakmungkinan itu berkaitan dengan tarikh pembentangan Bajet 2018 pada akhir Oktober, bukannya kerana sentimen negatif ekonomi negara.
UM’s Awang Azman Pawi says there are many reasons why general election won’t be called in November, refuting Rafizi Ramli's claim that it is due to weak economic sentiments.
Awang Azman of UM says the PM may want to give BN more time to implement people-centric programmes.
An analyst says the strength of the Islamist party's election machinery should not be ignored.
There's no chance that the NGO will become a political party, say analysts.