So Anwar will be de facto leader, Mahathir the chairman and Wan Azizah the president of the coalition. Who could have imagined. But the people and civil society too must play a big role in putting forward their aspirations...
Who would have imagined. Mahathir and Siti Hasmah with Anwar's daughter Nurul Izzah.Under the translucent light , in the meaningful month of Syawal, we aspire for a better future, we reaffirm commitment towards realising...
In a remarkable turn of events, Mahathir has told the Guardian that he would have "no objection" to Anwar becoming prime minister.He also said Anwar should be allowed to contest in the coming general election.An excerpt from the Guardian...
This was the signature that set tongues wagging at the PKR annual assembly, showing how much Malaysian politics has changed since Reformasi was unleashed in 1998.Meanwhile, Umno and Pas appear to be drawing ever closer to each other....
What do you think of the new Pakatan, which includes Dr Mahathir Mohamad's new party Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia?Is Mahathir a changed man now who believes now believes in democracy, the rule of law, and human rights? Or does...
Hours after Pas president Abdul Hadi Awang predicted a "green tsunami", one main capony and other smaller tents out of some 30 tents collapsed or were blown away by a storm that lashed the venue of the party's annual...
There's a new group of red shirts around - but this time it is Umno's turn to feel the jitters.At the Mahathir ceramah in Tasik Gelugor in mainland Penang a couple of nights ago, I spotted Parit Buntar...
Some 2,000 people thronged a Mahathir ceramah in the parliamentary constituency of Tasik Gelugor in mainland Penang last night in a sign that his Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia is making inroads in Umno strongholds.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYvbsvTpr1Mhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xSiHANm0O0cMore to follow.
At a ceramah on Saturday night on mainland Penang, it looks apparent that Mahathir's Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (PPBM) is trying to make its presence felt in mainland Penang, especially in the parliamentary seats of Tasik Gelugor and Kepala...
1) The bill to extend by five years the authority for the harsh security act Sosma, which allows detention without trial, has moved up to number 3 from number 7 on the parliamentary agenda.What happened to the...

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