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COVID-19: Time Muhyiddin bites the bullet

While the COVID-19 continues to cause disruption across the globe, politicians here and almost in all countries have not really reacted professionally. Their lack of leadership is getting obvious. Looks like they are more concerned about their positions and chairs

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COVID-19: Why was zoning not done in Malaysia?

It was just a matter of time that the Covid-19 wave hit our shores with a bang. The government had no choice but to make some tough choices and enforced the movement control order (MCO). Unfortunately, the order fell short

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COVID-19: Malaysian government must be more aggressive

The COVID-19 virus, or also known as the novel coronavirus, does not discriminate. It is blind to race, religion or the social status of a person. Unfortunately, we still have segments of societies who are looking at the entire COVID-19

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An open letter to Tun Mahathir Part 2: Justify betrayal, please!

Dear Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, This is my second open letter to you within a fortnight. It is not my favourite to write open letters but then when ordinary rakyat’s voice like mine are ignored by politicians hallucinating on power,

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All MPs should ask for a fresh mandate!

Is Pakatan Harapan in the grave? That is a question that still hangs. While some diehards in the “dissolved” coalition say that there is still hope for Pakatan, others have clearly dismissed the notion. The move by Gombak MP Mohamed

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An open letter to Dr M: Please don’t muffle our votes!

Dear Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, As a voter in this country and one that has followed politics very closely, I find myself compelled to say that you as the prime minister of all Malaysians, had failed the aspirations of the

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Syed Saddiq, go back to school and learn politics!

Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) youth chief Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman’s recent outburst towards his fellow comrades from the Pakatan Harapan coalition on the issue of pressuring Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad to resign is nothing short of

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Pakatan’s power transition plan: A flop Bollywood drama

The prime minister has on numerous occasions said that he is willing to hand over the seat to the prime minister in-waiting, PKR president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim if the Pakatan Harapan Presidential Council wishes so. Really? Come on Pakatan,

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Did MACC miss the woods for the trees?

There may be provisions in the laws of the nation to permit certain law enforcement agencies to wiretap conversations between parties or people of interest, but are there laws to allow them to unilaterally and arbitrarily release the recordings for

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Pakatan should reform itself first, Dr M should also go

The resignation of Education Minister Maszlee Malik came pretty abruptly indeed as he was seen actively announcing some new policies for his ministry just less than 24 hours before. Guess the public pressure was just too much to bear, not

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