My Sinchew/ Opinion

NTP is a success, but will it be sustained?

NTP should stress not only physical development but the provision of basic needs and human rights for the benefit of all Malaysians.

Sharing the fruit of economic success

Owing to low income levels and skyrocketing goods prices, the purchasing power of many Malaysians has weakened, making it hard for them to gain access to more decent living.

The far-fetching implications of redelineation

Subang Jaya, the most populous state assembly seat in Selangor, will even have more voters than some of the parliamentary seats in the state!

Defining fake news

In the absence of explicit and non-ambiguous definitions of fake news, the Anti-Fake News Bill could be abused by the authorities to suppress freedom of press and expression.

Troublemaker politicians

If EC's redelineation report is eventually adopted in the Parliament, BN will only need to win 40% of popular votes to secure a two-thirds majority in Dewan Rakyat, according to a local political scientist.

Pre-election chaos

The BN government is rushing through everything before dissolving the Parliament to ensure electoral victory.

David and Goliath

While Mahathir is still a giant basking in his past glories, he is fighting the war solitarily, and is perhaps too old to fight now!

Expect a much more intense fight this time

I was amazed that our voters were willing to be led by the nose by opportunistic politicians playing up populist tricks.

Ensure a peaceful GE14

Malaysian voters have reached a certain level of democratic maturity to tackle whatsoever circumstances that might surface.

Langkawi calling?

Many in Langkawi are grateful to Mahathir, but they also look to the future, and are not sure whether the nonagenarian can still deliver.


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