Tag: TK Chua
There has been no improvement in our lives, in many aspects, since the last general election.
Losing Semenyih is not the end of the world for Pakatan Harapan but it should learn lessons from the defeat.
The issue is likely just a red herring used by discredited politicians to stay relevant.
We should stop focusing too much on quick fixes as we may lose sight of the real problems.
It is time to leave populist and political considerations aside.
The Pakatan Harapan government needs to make a difference and impose on itself the honesty to do what is right.
PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang seems to imply that it is all right to cane under Islamic law as it is 'gentler' without taking into consideration the trauma caused.
It is unfair for Pakatan Harapan to counter MCA’s criticisms with attacks on its logo or saying the party lacks credibility due to its past failings.
More enduring measures are needed, especially if the culprits involved are Malaysian companies.
Do we have sufficient black shoes to go around come early next year? And will that be with black or white socks?
Many of the MPs from both sides of the divide appear to be still wallowing in their one-upmanship mentality.
There are many questions on which the government needs to provide clear answers.
People are not in a rush to judge Pakatan Harapan but the euphoria will soon dissipate, which means PH will have to start now to resolve issues affecting the public.
Drawing fairly from all PH component parties, Dr Mahathir Mohamad must appoint young MPs as ministers and allow them, instead of retired insiders, to chair the reform panels.
It is the people who will eventually face the consequences if hand-outs, subsidies and welfare have become the norm.
A government that is legitimate and accepted by the people cannot ignore the urban population who are dynamic, productive and constitute the majority.
Investors need to be rewarded first instead of staff, especially with declining dividends last year.
The criticism of Pakatan Harapan and its alliances are ridiculous as it ignores the fact that changes in circumstances are a constant in politics.
Second Finance Minister Johari Abdul Ghani fails to realise the need to differentiate between systemic problems and individual problems.
Writer questions need for a 'newer' version of Kedai Rakyat 1Malaysia, saying it is not going to help reduce the cost of living for the people.
Writer says former PM Mahathir Mohamad's national car idea was good, but poor execution led to project being stagnant even after 30 years.
Writer calls for more people to speak up and be constant in their actions, if the fight against race and religious bigotry is to be more effective.
Instead of becoming rich and comfortable, settlers are now in a constant tussle with Felda over their rights and benefits.
Writer says UUM lecturer's claim that conservative Muslims were not happy with Prime Minister Najib Razak wooing minorities at Umno general assembly, has no basis.