My Sinchew/ Mahathir

Mahathir files lawsuit demanding handover of billions to govt

Hundreds of millions of dollars that ended up in the personal bank accounts of Malaysia's prime minister must be handed to the government, a lawsuit filed by his predecessor demanded Wednesday.


Shortsightedness of politicians

While political fights can divert the public's attention from more pertinent issues, they can also derail our politicians' focus to revitalize the national economy such that they won't have time to think about people in the street struggling under tremendous economic pressure.


The tie-up formula

In the past the formation of Pakatan Rakyat was the result of the availability of the first condition with the remaining two in relative dearth. When the parties needed one another, they put their weapons behind them but when they savored the sweetness of power, they began to show their true colors.


Najib not surprised by move to oust him

Najib says he is aware of and not surprised by a move to oust him.


Obscuring the focus

Indeed the future is much more important than the past. It is utterly unpragmatic to wrap ourselves within the cocoon of our past experiences. We can only look to a brighter tomorrow if we strive to undo the mistakes of yesterday.


'Mahathir Traitor' banner spotted in Johor

A banner depicting former PM Tun Mahathir as a "traitor" has been spotted on the roadside in Johor.


The unlikely alliance

While politicians can lay down their past grudges for a common cause, what about their supporters? Will they grow skeptical or repulsive to this unlikely union? This is one tough issue the anti-Najib alliance needs to confront.


Press conference a face-saving exercise: Salleh

"It was basically a collection of misfits and a motley crew who are united by only one thing: their hatred for Najib."


Malaysia's cross-party alliance demands PM's ouster

Leaders from across Malaysia's political spectrum join to call for a national movement to remove PM Najib in a dramatic escalation of a festering corruption crisis.


Ismail Sabri: Not surprised by Mahathir's move

Ismail Sabri says he is not surprised by Mahathir's move to quit Umno, and that this will not affect the party's continued struggle to defend the rights of the Malays.


 

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