They could have survived the general election outcome had they been independent and practised balanced news coverage.
Extremism can either rear its ugly head or contribute to progressive collective behaviour.
Many of the political leaders do not seem to have the political will to bring the change we yearned for and are giving in to those out to divide and destroy us.
Governing a country in the 21st century by appointing advisers, committees or task forces is also costly and will bleed our national coffers even more.
Jeyakumar says this division along ethnic lines has worsened post-GE14, with both Umno and PH contributing to the problem.
While Awang Azman Awang Pawi feels PH is not yet on secure foundation, Oh Ei Sun says opposition to Latheefa's appointment will not hurt the government.
The tribunal will announce its decision on May 24.
The government is dragging its feet and reneging on election promises.
The PKR president says Malaysians who voted for change have to continue keeping PH in check, adding that people should be allowed to criticise the government.
Pakatan Harapan has been slipping up in recent weeks, including in Semenyih where it lost.
The panel is told by assisting officers that the case against the six men has been rendered academic by their resignations.
R Kengadharan says the former EC members may have a cause of action against the government for trying them even though they have vacated their office.
Those who had voted for change in GE14 need to remember that they are in this together. It is early days yet and PH is still a work in progress.
The outgoing MCA president delivers a heartfelt parting message to delegates.
The High Court, sitting as an election court, says the petitioner has proven beyond reasonable doubt that money was given to voters during the election period.
Political analysts dismiss former prime minister Najib Razak's claim that Pakatan Harapan would not have won if it had been 'truly honest' in its election manifesto.
However, the former prime minister says this was normal and he had always been in communication with the PKR leader.
The former PM says PH lacked moral integrity by making promises it could not fulfil.
The prime minister says there were also attempts to get PH's Malay elected representatives to cross over to Umno and PAS.
Kedah PKR delegate tells ministers to honour promises made in 14th general election.
The former prime minister says he has never lied about the RM2.6 bil donation he received from the Saudi royal family.
The former Umno leader changes his mind after consulting his lawyers as there are issues for the Federal Court to decide.
Pakatan Harapan cannot compromise on promises which can easily be honoured in the manifesto.
Election Commission expects 70% of the 68,317 voters to cast their ballots as Anwar Ibrahim makes his play to become an MP.