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Azmi Hassan of UTM says the PKR president is not in the mood to wait for Dr Mahathir Mohomad to hand power to him.
Academics from UM and UTM explain why they think the PKR president is prime minister material.
The DAP secretary-general remains reticent on reports of a rift over Paul Yong's status as a state exco member.
He's politically weak by remaining outside, says James Chin, while Azmi Hassan suggests that Anwar should become education minister.
The public, the Cabinet and the whole country seem confused over policies that have been suddenly thrust upon us.
DAP's Charles Santiago and PKR's Wong Chen speak of a failure to deliver systematic reforms, while analyst Wong Chin Huat says there may be a drop in voter turnout.
If PH is serious about resolving the issues in our labour market and public transport, it should stick to fulfilling its manifesto promises.
The finance minister says yesterday's meeting was about government affairs, not a Cabinet reshuffle.
PKR's Wong Chen also agrees that Dr Mahathir Mohamad should not step down as prime minister immediately.
MPs who won the election based on their promise of an environment free from the long-term health hazards that the waste from a rare earths facility can bring should resign if they cannot deliver.
A clear message must be sent that the welfare of the nation and the reform agenda take precedence over personal or party interests.
Denison Jayasooria calls for review panel before policies are made public, and says the people are losing confidence.
Che Abdullah Mat Nawi says there's a fear that the PKR president will be influenced by DAP and other parties.
If PH is really concerned about the deep state, it should make the Special Branch accountable to Parliament.
The government of the day can’t claim ignorance of the deep state unless its policies and objectives are in congruence with the deep state.
The DAP strongman says there is a perception that PH has not delivered since taking over Putrajaya.
Francis Paul Siah says the people are still suffering despite PBB's long reign.
Petaling Jaya MP Maria Chin Abdullah and Beruas MP Ngeh Koo Ham urge the government to abolish the act instead of amending it.
PH’s Achilles heel is within the coalition and its lack of delivery and performance is what Lim Kit Siang should pay more attention to.
One says the PH government must fulfil its election pledge while two others say some aspects of the act can be maintained.
He says the government is mapping out a five-year plan.
Like the little Dutch boy who plugged the dike, the prime minister is trying to save Malaysia once more, to stop the many holes left by the previous administration.
Many problems that the people thought could be addressed with the change of government remain unresolved until today.
Alfred Ho compares his experiences with the former regime and the current government.
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