My Sinchew/ Anwar

What did Anwar see when he looked in the mirror?

One thing is clear: There is little need for Umno and PAS to join forces to break PH up. PH is doing the job very well on its own!


PKR's worsening infighting

Intense power struggle will only spawn more uncertainties at the expense of the country's economic development, which is what Malaysians are most reluctant to see.


PKR's self-consuming war

Neither side will benefit from such division, but to the party's image and future, lethal damage is already done.


PKR cause of handover delay? Tun M: not now

When asked whether the internal problem of Parti Keadilan Rakyat could result in delayed handover of premiership, Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said it was something of the future.


Anwar: Azmin not an obstacle

Anwar Ibrahim refutes the speculation that Azmin Ali may be an obstacle to him becoming the country's next prime minister.


27 PKR leaders voice support for Azmin, criticize Anwar

27 MPs, state assemblymen and supreme council members from PKR voice their suppoprt for Azmin Ali and hit out at Anwar Ibrahim for jeopardizing party unity.


Mahathir's birthday wishes and likely successors

Anwar may not wait forever, and his people are already getting very impatient.


The power game in Malay politics

Power-grabbing game is addictive, extremely exhaustive, and not the least beneficial to the nation.


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.


Mahathir: I'll pass the baton to Anwar as promised

Mahathir says there is no necessity of bringing the issue of him completing a full 5-year term to the PH presidential council as the council has already made a decision on the succession plan.


 

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