Gone are the days when one coalition can command an overwhelming two-thirds majority.
Is it nice and proper for all parties to work together?
I see this as a good decision to stop rocking the boat in a dire situation.
All we can really hope for is a practical government that can bring us out of the pandemic, fix our economy and protect the people.
Don’t the people have a right to determine if their government is doing the right thing for them and their country in any situation, including a pandemic?
With everything that has been going on from the Sheraton Move, the Le Meridian Move to the rejection of the Emergency, have the Malaysian people ever been given a voice to express their thoughts?
Imposing it in Selangor, Putrajaya and Kuala Lumpur seems suspiciously coincidental with Anwar’s takeover bid.
How does Anwar Ibrahim know that the people are okay with all these negotiations that he has been making to come up with his number?
Anwar Ibrahim says he has a formidable majority to form the government and I am just… tired!
What if Dr Mahathir Mohamad is right? It could be true that for a coalition to win a general election, the most crucial element is to win the Malay vote.
But the difference now is that the sides are clearly drawn on very racial lines.