Undi18: Carpe diem!


Right to vote: Youth are the biggest stakeholders in any nation – simply because they will have to live the longest with the consequences of decisions that are made today.

YOUNG people, paradoxically, could be the secret ingredient needed to make Malaysian politics more mature.

Tonight, two separate events will be held. The first is organised by supporters of PKR Deputy President Azmin Ali as thanksgiving prayers for the police finding that he cannot be positively identified in the sex video that was otherwise determined to be authentic.

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