Fear of the virus is becoming secondary to paying bills and putting food on the table.
We were cited as one of the more successful countries in managing the pandemic. But now, we are one of the worst.
What’s the point in having a plan of what to do when the pandemic has ended but no clear game plan to end it?
The pros of keeping schools open more than outweigh the cons.
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?
Many countries in Europe have had to implement lockdowns just like in Malaysia in order to control the spread of Covid-19. However, they have also managed to keep their schools open.
I would want my concerns to be addressed and I believe many Malaysians would too.
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?
The Prime Minister says that we shouldn’t be pointing the blame at anyone. But, who really is to blame for the spike in infections?
Looks like Sabahans are making the political headlines in a big way!
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.