What has become of Malaysian politics during this Covid-19 pandemic?
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!).
Who cares about democracy! There’s a pandemic happening!
They sure don’t make them like they used to.
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.
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?
Finally, after waiting for weeks, Najib finally took his turn to speak for the first time as an opposition member of parliament.
I answer all your burning questions in my Talking Edge column at Options, The Edge.
There needs to be an extremely high voter turnout in order to offset the unfairness of the redelineation process.
It looks like political thuggery is fast becoming legit and commonplace in Malaysia. The perception that state-sponsored thuggery is proliferating among many citizens.
The reason for cutting the budget for public universities is so can be more sustainable and independent from the government. That may sound like a good idea but it isn’t.