Bending to mob rule


IT was a display of sheer audacity and utter contempt for the law. A horde of thugs confronted a minister and he was forced to flee.

Although it would be a stretch to say that the aggression against Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman last Friday reflects Malaysia’s slide towards mob rule, it sure looks like that is where we are heading.

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