My Sinchew/ PH

Lower voting age: who has the last laugh?

Umno and PAS are set to benefit from the new initiative, unless the PH administration is able to shore up the country's economy and come up with a new vision to turn the tide around.


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.


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.


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.


A stern message for PH

Mounting financial burden will only spawn more frustration. With PH now taking the helm, sure enough it has to answer to the people's needs and demands.


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.


 

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