My Sinchew/ PH

Pakatan Harapan's 100 days performance: A slow but good start

We ought to give time to the PH government to perform. If they fail to do so, then as responsible citizens we can start constructively criticizing them.


A political test bed

The significance lies with the fact that Sungai Kandis being a political test bed will test the effectiveness of Umno-PAS cooperation and which way Umno is headed to hereafter.


A bigger defeat is all it takes to bring some senses to Umno

There is little prospect for Umno to reform itself within the next five years, for the party has not been defeated badly enough.


Change, or be wiped out completely

The key to such a change will very much lie with the party elections later this month.


GPS' challenges

It will be a positive thing for the people of Sarawak if elected reps from PH component parties stand alongside GPS reps over issues related to Sarawak's rights.


Luckily we had a new government

Luckily we had a new government after the May 9 general elections. If BN were to continue running this country, more unimaginable things could pop up.


Meeting the high expectations

Ideally, selecting cabinet members must be based on the best-person-for-the-job basis, not on gender, race, religion and what not.


A different Mahathir

Mahathir really wants to do something for the nation and her people, or he would not have gone this far at such an advanced age.


Time to start 5-year report card for PH govt

Let's play our roles as citizens to keep the elected leaders accountable in carrying out their duty so that we can keep progressing as a democratic country.


Stabilizing market confidence

Instead of an anticipated selldown, the local stock and currency markets staged a surprising rebound on the first post-GE14 trading day.


 

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