My Sinchew/ Mahathir

Divide and rule

In the absence of mutual trust among PH component parties, it will be impossible for the coalition to work as a team.


Can't wait no more!

Mahathir opted to bypass the cabinet probably because he was worried his plan would be vetoed and delayed.


Yes, Prime Minister

We don't see the slightest hint of institutional reform. We only see that Mahathir's power remains unquestioned, with the rest of the pack echoing submissively: Yes, Prime Minister!


Mahathir says Malaysia will use Huawei 'as much as possible'

Malaysia will continue using Huawei products "as much as possible," bucking a global trend prompted by security concerns and a US ban on the Chinese firm, the country's prime minister said Thursday.


Fostering national unity

The government must take the initiative and put in the effort to reverse the trend of race politics.


How to stay in power

Compared to the anemic performance over its first year in office, the ruling coalition should be able to do much better over the next four years after introducing a series of plans.


Challenges ahead for PH

Many people are willing to give PH more time, but the government must first overcome its many challenges.


PH's task of restoring public confidence

The PH administration must boost its operational efficiency and deepen reforms in order to win back the hearts of voters.


Bandar Malaysia: then and now

The revised Bandar Malaysia project serves multiple purposes: revamp the supply chain, win back the trust of Beijing and mend the souring ties with Johor palace.


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.


 

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