Tag: racial politics
Leaders of various faiths take to the field with football legends to promote racial and religious unity.
UKM ethnic studies expert says colonial-era census data in use today is making racial splits worse.
PM assures Malaysians that Naik will be probed according to the rule of law.
Ahmad Fauzi of USM says PAS are unlikely to be interested in a tie-up and would be content with control of two states.
William Case says although Umno had lost power, Pakatan Harapan won only 30% Malay support at the general election.
Analysts say any cooperation between PAS and Umno may only appeal to one section of the population and hamper national interests.
The DAP strategist notes that for far too long, issues have been discussed along racial lines, with Malaysians harping on their strong racial identity.
A doctor describes the political issues that are dividing our country as a cancer and that changing politicians is merely treating symptoms, not the disease.
Asean Today says such a scenario is not possible as Malaysia is divided along ethnoreligious lines, and those in power are keen to prevent non-Malay rule in the future.
Former president of Malaysian Bar says poverty and racial politics are carefully constructed agendas to keep certain quarters in control over the people.
A G25 member accuses politicians of building fears in order to maintain their power.
Politicians have created a beast that is becoming uncontrollable.
Unable to find any credible young leader, opposition depends on an old war horse like Dr Mahathir Mohamad, but this may be a godsend, notes the respected magazine.
An Oxford University study funded by CIMB Foundation finds that Malaysians generally want greater integration and unity.
Political analyst says it all boils down to winning Johor state, getting rid of Najib and scoring a point against royalty.
Amanah leader Mujahid Yusof Rawa says even if Umno plays racial poltics, it won’t succeed as the Malays are smart enough to know what is happening.
Selangor Amanah delegate tells convention it is time to put an end to racial hatred and politics.
UKM's Associate Prof Faisal Hazis says Election Commission must de-ethnicise constituencies to curb racial politics, for long-term good of country.
PH chief secretary says it is up to politicians to decide what to do with information from findings of a Cenbet study that suggests race politics is very much alive.