My Sinchew/ Opinion

The power game in Malay politics

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

The political myth of Malay unity

Mahathir's Malay unity call couldn't have come as a bigger embarrassment for the other PH components which have ascended to power after breaking the monoracial unity spell.

Helping youth organizations adapt to new ruling

Youth organizations may need a longer buffer period to adapt to the new ruling.

Voting at 18

It is illogical to think that these people are not mature enough when it comes to exercising their civic responsibility and deciding who should form the government.

Mahathir and Zahid's return

Against the backdrop of internal conflicts within PH, with the succession issue and Azmin Ali's sex video incident coming into picture, Umno's inclination and choice could have a tad effect on the final outcome.

Preserving the right of Malaysians to assemble peacefully

All democratic governments must suitably assist their citizens to exercise their right to assemble peacefully.

Recruiting African workers? Not practical

The government should consider bringing in workers from traditional source countries instead of looking so far away and taking the unnecessary risks by recruiting Africans.

Toll-free highways as ultimate goal

Whichever solution eventually adopted by the government, it should mark the first step towards zero toll collection.

Deepening Asean's integration

Asean needs to step up its integration and enhance cross-border cooperation to maximize the region's overall strength in taking on the outside world in an increasingly competitive environment.

PH walking on a tightrope

PH is walking on a tightrope and has created for itself a crisis that could see it plunge to its death, giving Umno-PAS renewed hopes of capturing Putrajaya again.


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