My Sinchew/ Pakatan

The art of power

The fact they are willing to set aside their differences to work together for a common goal is a big step forward for the opposition camp.


Misplaced tactic

What works so well in the Chinese community may not work at all in the Malay society.


Political lethargy

If Pakatan is not even courageous enough to take the lead to change, how do we expect it to change this country?


Pakatan to recognize UEC

The four parties of Pakatan Harapan have agreed to recognize the Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) if they win the next general election.


Electoral reforms for GE14

The EC Chairman has not had any meetings with Bersih 2.0 or any Pakatan party, and his office did not reply to letters on electoral reforms for GE14.


Does the opposition want to lose?

While you publicly spat about who should be PM you are alienating an electorate who are hungry for change.


Who's shadow PM?

The absence of a strong leader as shadow PM along with PPBM's singular goal orientation constitute the Achilles' heel in the opposition pact's quest for Putrajaya.


The Big Confusion that is GE14

Racism, theocracy and populism could go wild in an election war characterized by conspirators and adventurists capitalizing on the situation to create havoc and deepen the already acute political crisis.


A 'Malay tsunami' in the making?

There is disagreement within PAS whether to work with Umno. While there are chances Umno will help PAS push through its hudud agenda, some worry PAS could be washed out altogether in the election.


What kind of friend

To DAP, it doesn't matter if PKR loses several seats so long as the state administration remains intact. It could even be a blessing in disguise!


 

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