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Bonus at cost of Sarawak’s vulnerable
Certain groups face malnutrition, hunger, even death if no financial aid is forthcoming.
How about a pay cut to show you care?
Artistes like many others also suffering during pandemic, MP’s suggestion just adding to their misery.
Sorry not the hardest word, Tiong
MP's attack against Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah an unnecessary distraction devoid of finesse.
Something about Kamala Harris in Malaysia
TV3 boo-boo, claiming veep-elect daughter of undocumented immigrant, reflects overt and hidden sentiments.
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Public funds for people’s welfare, not government propaganda
Reviving Jasa at RM85.5 million amid the pandemic is akin to buying a branded handbag on a tight budget.
Why Malaysians must be allowed right of expression
Freedom to criticise government is as basic a need as food and jobs.
Allocating compassion for suffering Malaysians
Perikatan Nasional ignoring Agong’s call to quit politicking by refusing to allocate funds to opposition MPs.
When vested interests are cloaked in the people’s robe
Public need to be wary when self-serving narrow agenda attempts to usurp democratic freedom.
Uneasy calm, treacherous waters remain for Muhyiddin
Analysts say the peace will not last as the prime minister’s position remains precarious.
Desperate times call for desperate measures?
To declare an emergency now is to affirm the government is fighting for its life and determined to avoid polls.
Ah, form over substance
Punish those who failed to hand over Form 14b to plantation industries and commodities minister.
Malaysia reaches 2020, no further action required
Feudal overlords in cabinet with no mandate to rule need not justify themselves to poor underclass.
The essence of humanitarian aid amid pandemic
Politics should be secondary in aid distribution as the people need help immediately.
Online learning may fail the poor
The already disadvantaged are further handicapped by lack of tools for e-learning.
Avoiding the jumbo in the MH cockpit
Time for Khazanah to hire better managers to turn around flag carrier, not flog off problem to Firefly.
A motion knocking on Dewan Rakyat’s door
Muhyiddin Yassin should put govt to the test, face no-confidence vote.
No country for political happy endings
A joyous outcome is unlikely, whether Umno supports Muhyiddin or Anwar.
Why satire makes an exciting democracy
Malaysians mature enough to laugh at human failings, self-importance, injustices and scandals.
Having the cake and eating it, too, in Sabah
The unwillingness of some Sabah politicians to oppose the appointment of a PAS assemblyman is a betrayal of their mandate.
If only Covid-19 SOP is applied equally to all
PM’s assurance there is no double standards in SOP enforcement further stokes discontent in the masses.
Low marks for ministry’s handling of students
Parents have enough on their shoulders, and do not need 11th-hour decisions and flip-flops.
Ku Li’s gripes about inclusive politics
Umno adviser’s comments reinforce modern perception of anachronistic, divisive race-based parties.