The opposition needs to fire Zahid as its leader. He has no place in Malaysian politics anymore.
Haven’t we moved away from racist policies and discriminatory actions? This is one of the reasons many Malaysians voted out BN – because they were so entrenched in race-based politics.
Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail has always said that if her husband were to be the prime minister, she would resign as deputy. If that was the plan all along, then why didn’t she resign as the MP of Pandan and let Anwar run there instead?
We have to be patient with the transition process and allow Malaysians to slowly grow and mature together with a political situation that, finally, is also starting to grow and mature.
If Anwar loses in the Port Dickson, it will probably prove that his prime time may be up, but Anwar is still popular figure and seen by many as the one who really started it all. So it could go either way.
Now that Umno is no longer in power and immunity and protection are gone, these leaders suddenly grew spines and now want to stand up for what is right.
It may not be illegal for a member of parliament to intentionally vacate his or her seat in order to allow another person to take the seat, but is it unethical?
Many Malaysians are too naive and have a warped perception of the fact that a change is going to solve everything under the sky.
Instead of writing something so analytical (it’s not like I do that all the time anyway, haha!), I’m going to write a listicle of the four things I feel that I have been made independent from and free.
Is the apple-polishing culture in the Malaysian media coming back again?
We are one of Asia’s most obese countries with 45 percent of the population being overweight. Also, 23 percent of the population are smokers.