I would want my concerns to be addressed and I believe many Malaysians would too.
The government and opposition come agree to put politics aside and work in solidarity for the people and the country in this current crisis. It’s not a difficult concept.
Goodbye Pulau Labuan, Pulau Rawa, Pulau Talang Talang, Pulau Undan, Pulau Rimau, Pulau Angsa, Pulau Kapas, Pulau Payar and Pulau Pinang. Thank you for all the memories.
Let’s hope this political experiment in Perak works out.
A responsible leader should explain and educate his constituents about inclusivity, understanding, and acceptance.
The opposition says it will now scrutinise the budget in the third reading, but what really is the plan?
Sure, there is a pandemic. But outline the necessary standard operating procedures, and we’ll make sure to follow it. It’s time for a reset for the good of the people.
It would seem that the gesture was just a mere formality to appease those who were critical rather than actually being genuine in having a discussion to create a unity budget.
By pushing so hard for a democratic and liberal society, they tend to reject anything that has the slightest threat to their brand of democracy and liberalism.
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.