My Sinchew/ Mahathir

On the fire line of constitutionality

Perhaps the uniqueness of Malaysia's constitutionality is that there has to be some sort of compromise from either side.


What has prompted Nurul to do all this?

Only some extent of dissociation from Mahathir and the PH government he led could pave the way for Anwar's eventual ascension as well as her own political future.


Nurul's disappointment

Instead of quitting out of frustration, perhaps she should stand up and go down to the grassroots to change the political climate from bottom up in order to transform this country.


Faded hopes

The things Mahathir did in the past few months show that he is still very much embracing his old obsessions, including the national car project.


Mahathirism and BN 2.0

Old weaknesses and irregularities are still very much alive despite the advent of the New Malaysia.


Same old dilemma

The government cannot afford to keep spoon-feeding the people. It must change their work culture and encourage them to work harder in order to stay out of poverty.


Psycho warfare

There should be a limit as to how far a political psycho war can go; once overboard it could easily distract the country's focus on revitalizing the economy.


Earth-moving change in March?

"If they are no longer loyal to the country, I will also move to other parties... We are mobile, we are not fixed."


Party-hopping must stop immediately

PPBM and PH must bear in mind that many people voted for them because they wanted a new government that is progressive, not to witness the birth of Umno 2.0.


EAC: will it actually work?

Malaysians hope that Mahathir's EAC will work, but for this to become possible, the PM himself needs to have a new mindset.


 

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