My Sinchew/ Opinion

Can protests change the country?

Getting into the streets is an approach to get our voices heard, but protestors need to understand that protests alone are not sufficient to make changes.


Loose discipline among public servants

The government must adopt the most optimal management practices to inspire civil servants to do their utmost for the nation.


Create a win-win situation

The nation's founding fathers did it. There is no reason we can't do it now!


Mentor-mentee program in private practice

This program is perceived as a boon to the local medical industry as it fills the void and better prepares participants for their future professional careers


Judge's discretion in death penalty

The judge should be given a true discretion, taking into account a variety of factors before deciding what punishment should be imposed.


Limited options left for election date

Having missed the golden opportunities to call an election after the Sarawak and by-election wins, and the euphoria from the 60th Merdeka anniversary and vastly successful SEA Games, the election date guessing game is no more a fun thing to do.


A 'green tsunami' in the making?

It could be a "green tsunami" born out of gross frustration at BN and distrust of PH, that sees votes channeled instead to PAS, especially in three-cornered fights.


A roof over the head

Many middle-income families are unable to shed their "homeless" destiny as they are excluded from such program designed to help low-income families.


Now, back to the root of the problem

Think about those who have voted for you, people who yearn for a government that can protect them from the threats and havoc of disasters.


Saving lives first

Relief operation must not be exploited as an avenue to fatten own bank accounts or show off feigned, hypocritical generosity.


 

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