I answer all your burning questions in my Talking Edge column at Options, The Edge.
After more than 500 days, it seems like Malaysians are feeling increasingly dissatisfied with what Pakatan Harapan has done as the government.
500 days on, and Harapan can’t just bank on revenge as their winning point to stay on as the government.
I’m glad that our prime minister voices out on racism, but I think that whatever he is doing is not enough.
What does the Umno & Pas pact mean to Malaysian politics?
What happens when democracy allows ultra racists to gather and form political parties?
See! I told you that I will suggest a solution in my writing.
It took a former prime minister who used to lead the Malay-based party that ruled for sixty years to form another Malay-based party and make a promise to the Malays that their special privileges would not be taken away, to bring about a change in the government.
We need the opposition to step up and play a better role instead of half-assedly trying to serve their own individual interests only.
The issue of the PAC can be a small reminder to Pakatan that they do not have a safe seat as the administration.
Umno’s loss of control over Media Prima means that there will be less media diversity in Malaysia.