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Thursday, December 12, 2019

Let’s respect Razak’s legacy and build houses for estate workers

State governments must make it a policy to encourage estate employers to set aside land for house ownership programmes.

The Arab world needs a Brexit debate

Ongoing street protests, strikes, and violence in several Arab countries suggest that a moment of reckoning may have arrived.

The problem with regulating healthcare

Struktur politik pakatan stabilkan negara

Anwar vs Azmin: Both will lose

And if, in the unlikely event that PH collapses as a result of the political wayang kulit, the voter who voted for a New Malaysia will be the ultimate loser.

Tanjung Piai shows Malaysians tired of waiting for a New Malaysia

While the Tanjung Piai by-election offers a lifeline to the MCA and the BN, it shows yet again that the people are very unhappy with the slow progress made by the PH in fulfilling its promises of structural reforms and economic well-being.

For crying out loud, please understand what’s fake news

Politicians around the world have used the phrase liberally on journalists and critics.

Jenaka kejam sempena Merdeka dan Maal Hijrah

Tindakan kita menuju Hari Kemerdekaan dan Maal Hijrah menunjunkkan kejahilan mengenai signifikan sambutan kedua-dua hari itu.

The cruel joke of Merdeka and Maal Hijrah

Winners and losers in khat row


No discussion held with AG on Rafizi case

Azhar Harun says he is a staunch advocate of the doctrine of separation of powers.

The deep state and its manifestations

The deep state has always been there, but comes to the fore when things are imagined to be politically, economically and socially unsettling.

Insincere apologies are an insult, too

Tattoos and ‘our culture’