Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamed stated that he is entertaining the thought of reshuffling his cabinet. Apparently, this is his reaction to Tanjung Piai.
The Tanjung Piai by-election could be the right message to make the underperforming Pakatan Harapan take heed.
Would it have made a difference if the UM student Wong Yan Ke who protested at his convocation was a Malay instead of a Chinese?
I’m glad that our prime minister voices out on racism, but I think that whatever he is doing is not enough.
Malaysians should expect that the leaders they voted for to work towards the future. If we start to see that these leaders are losing the plot, then we need to do something.
This documentary about Tun Mahathir and the 14th General Election in Malaysia is the first local feature documentary to get a cinema release.
The issue of the PAC can be a small reminder to Pakatan that they do not have a safe seat as the administration.
Having socialist ideas does not mean that the government leaders still have an opposition mentality.
Haven’t we moved away from racist policies and discriminatory actions? This is one of the reasons many Malaysians voted out BN – because they were so entrenched in race-based politics.
I answer all your burning questions in my Talking Edge column at Options, The Edge.
If Anwar loses in the Port Dickson, it will probably prove that his prime time may be up, but Anwar is still popular figure and seen by many as the one who really started it all. So it could go either way.