The similarities between Rosmah Mansor and Imelda Marcos are quite uncanny.
Imposing it in Selangor, Putrajaya and Kuala Lumpur seems suspiciously coincidental with Anwar’s takeover bid.
It doesn’t matter if you eat pork or not and nobody cares if you drink tuak or not.
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.
It seems that the government is conveniently falling back on the pandemic to get out of anything that could threaten their position (such as democracy!).
They sure don’t make them like they used to.
But the difference now is that the sides are clearly drawn on very racial lines.
After the political crisis, Malaysia has a government again, and a Cabinet as well. But should we get used to this new Prime Minister and his Cabinet? He might just be pushed out soon too.
The current simple majority government that has been formed will be a model for how the future of Malaysian politics will be.
Malaysians voted for a coalition that consisted of these 11 PKR MPs and Bersatu. Who gave them the right to decide to break up that coalition?
Given the current political crisis in Malaysia where MPs can simply leave a voted coalition, how much do you trust your MPs in Parliament now?