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.
Until today, the little girl is still married and still with her family. Statement after statement have been made from the side of the government but nothing has come out of it.
Finally, after waiting for weeks, Najib finally took his turn to speak for the first time as an opposition member of parliament.
I am hopeful that things will change when it comes to Jakim and Islamic affairs in the country. However, the residual trauma of decades under such archaic decisions has made me sceptical.
Although a majority of Malaysians had voted for change, and we have to admit that voting for Harapan after six decades of BN is a big change, the majority is still not a big majority.
What is happening with the Pakatan Harapan women? It’s as if their tongues have been bitten off ever since they won the general election.
Najib Razak is found to be in possession of an absurd amount of wealth. What kind of perception does he think people would have when they see this?