My Sinchew/ Opinion

A 50:50 race

The voter sentiment takes a slow course to develop to what it is today, beginning from the provisional deregistration of PPBM on the eve of parliament dissolution.


No violence in campaigning please

Any act of violence is a sacrilege to the sanctity of democratic elections.


Ooh! What a crowded playing field

It's no secret that BN is not “too keen or comfortable“ facing straight fights and a united opposition.


The faint signs of Malay Tsunami

If more Malay voters swing away from BN, the final outcome could be a real shocker, not unlike the US presidential election or the UK Brexit referendum.


In far and away Perlis...

A significant impact on Perlis BN will only be possible with a powerful anti-establishment sentiment.


Don't let politics kill our harmony

Lest we forget, political positions aside, there are still plenty of values and similarities that we share together as Malaysians.


Say 'no' to ship-jumping

While the elected reps involved must bear a big part of the responsibility, the receiving party must also not be spared from the blame.


Controversy over choice of candidates

Political parties must handle the ensuing frustration and backlash with prudence so as to fend off possible damages.


The ugly side of GE14

Umno has been making its winning chances a top criterion in the selection of electoral candidates. It's alright for them to sacrifice their principles so long as the election war is won.


The power of tsunami

The strong anti-establishment sentiment is evident among urban folks who are concerned about national issues, and whether government policies have been fair, rational or democratic.


 

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