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Challenges of a hung parliament
PAS has hastened to assure Sabah, Sarawak that it will not set oppress non-Muslims if takes power.
GE15 winners and losers
PAS sweeps in from the cold while many political heavyweights are stretchered off the field.
Perfect storm lifts PAS to new heights
Islamist party benefits most from rising tide of religiosity, ebbing Malay leadership.
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Voting for our future
Many Malaysians disillusioned after 2020 Sheraton Move led to collapse of Pakatan Harapan government.
When MPs miss parliamentary sittings
Given their role in representing those who voted for them, abseenteeism is a dereliction of duty.
Why election candidates must bare their assets
It is hoped that politicians declare their net worth in the interest of transparency and anti-graft efforts.
Why do voters need ice cream, petrol and beer?
The money politics beast rears its head once again, with reports of campaigners doling out freebies and cash.
Biased TV news segment stokes racial sentiments
Astro channel calls on Malay voters to prevent rise of non-Bumiputera politicians.
Mother of all elections or a circus?
Parties appear to have scraped the bottom of the barrel to field a candidate for each of the 222 federal seats.
When MIC tries to flex its frail muscles
Is party sulking over other Indian pacts being given seats?
Dressing up ‘properly’ for convocation
UKM invites backlash for banning traditional attires of Chinese and Indians.
When hardworking politicians are put out to pasture
Changes to the nomination list be a source of intra-party conflicts and disappointments.
Who gives a toss about thosai?
Of political mileage gains and dangling carrots in front of Indian community.
Who’s under your bed?
Outrageous labelling has the effect of short-circuiting clarification or discussion for the benefit of the uninformed.
Is criticism ‘haram’ in our school education system?
Teacher who dares to speak up finds himself in the crosshairs of education authority.
Is this a slip of the tongue by Zahid?
Observers agog at Umno leader’s galling justification for forcing a general election.
Bracing for floods in Zahid’s snap election
The campaigning deluge is upon us while the court cluster scrambles for the lifejackets.
Life in the slammer may never be the same again
Some might hail Najib Razak as a reformist for attempting to forge changes to the prison institution.