Malaysia’s justice system is biased towards taking a soft approach towards the elite in society, while taking a hardline for everyday people.
Developing the SG4 will be like developing a country within a country. This could result in some political contention.
Broadening the tax base is necessary for the government, but this does not mean the extra revenue must be spent on development.
Indians have been forced to look after themselves, and how they will vote in the coming state elections is not a given.
A strong performance by PN will put Muhyiddin back into public focus again, and place him in a position of being Malaysia’s alternative prime minister.
In Khao Nam Khang, you will see a part of Malaya’s and later Malaysia’s history that stretches from the Japanese invasion to the late 1980s.
Murray Hunter’s latest work is required reading for those wanting to know how the nation has arrived at this failed state stage as well as all who are wanting a better Malaysia.
Chinese Malaysians have adopted a number of strategies, either consciously or unconsciously, to handle the personal predicaments Malaysian policy-makers have served up to them.
The state machinery puts across PAS' election propaganda through mosques, while social media reaches targeted groups across the whole country.
PN’s poor parliamentary opposition performance won’t stop a landslide in the coming state elections.
If PH-Umno are decimated in the coming state elections, the release of Najib through a pardon will be a hot option.