My Sinchew/ Opinion

The world is more than five

No one knows if the world will eventually listen to Mahathir, but the time has come for the global civil society to press for change.

A party confused

Umno appears to be a party in a state of confusion right now. Their recently concluded General Assembly illustrates this very clearly.

Incentives to boost investor confidence

The government must come up with attractive incentives to let investors see their prospects of investing here.

Failed warning system

Education and a positive attitude are prerequisites to bring the harm of natural disasters to a minimum.

Anwar's many rivals in PD

PAS' participation in Port Dickson by-election spells an end to Umno's hope of a unity government with PH and PAS, as Ahmad Zahid has asserted.

Nothing has changed in Umno

Umno is still very much the same old conservative party it used to be, with the proposed lowering of party entry age to 16 being the only "surprise" at the assembly.

Love me, love me not

Ahmad Zahid's opportunistic behavior stems from the fact he is uncertain about Umno's position.

Need for a shadow cabinet

The PH government should provide financial allocations to support the effective operation of the shadow cabinet.

Umno's lame excuse

They pledged loyalty to Najib in the past, and follow wherever Ahmad Zahid takes them today. Who knows they may turn to Anwar or even Mahathir tomorrow!

No one can save Umno!

Umno's elected reps and support base will eventually drift towards PH. Wresting back Putrajaya in GE15? Fat hope!



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