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Thinking Liberally


Thinking Liberally

Umno can win back Kelantan

If Tok Pa is officially named as the Mentri Besar candidate, the party can retake the state easily.

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Are GLCs governed well?

The Government’s involvement in the economy is huge, which has started a discussion about its role.

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The Mahathir-Muhyiddin dynamic

The Pribumi leaders are complementing each other, not competing with each other.

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Challenges to the bastion

Two differently open houses and two different crowds recently gave a glimpse of the current mood in Johor.

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It’s not just about winning seats

To understand PAS, you have to understand that winning elections is not the party’s endgame.

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This Pakatan drama is getting tiring

The opposition coalition has to make some important decisions about leadership, especially in the run-up to the general election.

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Fix election processes before GE14

To build trust in the Election Commission, review accreditation of observers and membership of the EC, as well as the process of registering political parties and delineating constituencies.

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How the progressives lost PAS

Despite decades in the party, the group had not strategised, organised themselves or conveyed their ideas to all layers of the membership.

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What Yusof Rawa did to PAS

The party president promoted leadership by the ulama and removed checks and balances.

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PAS has always been conservative

Looking back at the party’s history, it has not hesitated to remove anyone attempting to bring the party away from this agenda.

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Are we achieving Vision 2020?

IT is sometimes disheartening to see the spat between Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad. Nevertheless, when a sitting Prime Minister is attacked, regardless by whom, of course he would react. What we see today is unavoidable.

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Kids deserve education

I WAS lucky to be introduced in 2014 to a group of Dutch expatriates living in Malaysia. They have been volunteering at several refugee learning centres in Kuala Lumpur. When we met for the first time, I was taken aback by their stories about the children they support.

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