Tag: New Malaysia
The open criticism of the appointment of Latheefa Koya as MACC head is proof that Ahmad, Ah Chong and Appu are no longer afraid of the PM – not even if that person is Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
We were primed up for the Great Debate. Alas, there's been a contestus interruptus.
The Cabinet is set to approve the proposal next week.
Despite a series of bad news, there is a silver lining.
Especially in the context of the New Malaysia, all of us, Muslims and non-Muslims alike, should seize every chance to do good to those around us for we never know if we will have another opportunity to do so.
Pakatan Harapan must get its act together before the people start losing faith in it.
The government should not be afraid to 'rock the boat' if it believes it is the morally sincere thing to do.
Pakatan Harapan has been slipping up in recent weeks, including in Semenyih where it lost.
PH will not have the staying power if they do not pay attention to economic and education reforms that would otherwise benefit the grassroots.
PH must start on major reforms and forget about mollycoddling the Malays
The coalition says the two candidates missed an opportunity to be scrutinised by the public on issues.
The judiciary has been in the doldrums for a long time, and people are sceptical of courtroom arguments which are seen as charades to hide backroom deals.
Most of us are unwilling to change our beliefs, and the less we know about an issue, the more extreme our opinions seem to be.
Where are the Pakatan Harapan politicians who used to champion moderation, economic wellbeing, good governance and the environment?
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.
Several outstanding individuals, political parties and even an investment fund that featured prominently in shaping pivotal events in the nation in 2018 can be considered for the title of Malaysian of the Year.
The Amanah veep says PH members cannot stop any of its partners from growing.
Saifuddin Nasution Ismail says having differences in opinion is normal for political parties, but these three principles must remain unchanged.
MCA veep Ti Lian Ker says DAP leaders are silent over many issues.
Umno is breaking up partly due to Ahmad Zahid Hamidi being directionless and largely due to Dr Mahathir Mohamad steering it in the direction he has charted.
The DAP veteran says there is no guarantee that the New Malaysia will succeed in 100 days or even an electoral cycle.
Patience, a change in narrative and a virtual shadow Cabinet are the keys for civil society to play a pivotal role.
Pakatan Harapan must fulfil its pledge to repeal the Universities and University Colleges Act 1971.
Social policies and interventions could be made more effective by better tailoring them to people’s living conditions.
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