Until PH gets its house in order, not much in terms of major reforms can be expected from this government.
There are so many pledges in the Pakatan Harapan manifesto that can be met without much spending.
Yong Teck Lee contends that freshly-elected Sandakan MP Vivian Wong doesn’t have the clout to lead DAP's special council of federal and state ministers to revive the Sandakan economy if she remains a backbencher MP.
However, he says people must realise that these wrongdoings have hampered government's efforts to rehabilitate the economy.
This shows the coalition is governing the country well, says the DAP leader, adding that critics are keeping PH on its toes.
PH promised us many things but the environment is still as bad, it is reverting to old habits and projects such as a national car, reforms are still not evident, and it has allowed the opposition to set the agenda.
Election promises must be fulfilled to regain the people's trust.
The Semenyih defeat shows that the trust people had in Pakatan Harapan after GE14 is waning and it needs to work harder and fulfill its promises if it wants to remain in power after the next general election.
The former PM says PH lacked moral integrity by making promises it could not fulfil.
The former prime minister says Pakatan Harapan should not take advantage of the people who did not read the coalition's manifesto.
BN chairman Ahmad Zahid Hamidi urges voters to make Balakong by-election a referendum of people's dissatisfaction with PH.
Iman Research finds that youths did not take the PH’s pledge to resolve certain issues within 100 days seriously but are hoping that it will fulfil these promises, especially the creation of job opportunities.
Abdul Aziz Julkarnain dismisses talk by non-members that Umno will disband after the opposition bloc GBS – of which it is a member – is registered.
The new government appears to be talking about undertaking study after study but is it really serious about implementation?
The party's vice-chairman Ong Chong Swen says the lack of a strong opposition means there is no check and balance.
The new government has made some groundbreaking changes so far but voters should always keep a sharp eye out and hold it to account.
Although Pakatan Harapan did not promise anything in its election manifesto for the federal territories, things are looking up for this 'controversial' ministry.
PPBM leader Rais Hussin says the manifesto was drafted with available facts, some of which were inaccurate.
The political transition following the May 9 election had an impact on the economy last quarter although domestic demand remained strong.
The prime minister says Pakatan Harapan made 'too many promises', believing that it would not win the election.
The menteri besar says he is happy with the progress so far.
The committee which drafted the Pakatan Harapan manifesto failed to study whether the promises could be fulfilled, says PAS deputy president Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man.
Deputy Prime Minister Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail says they did not have sufficient information on the depth of the problems involved.
They say press freedom is now better but Pakatan Harapan must do more to meet its election pledges.
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