It is a Mahathir tsunami

In the groove again: Dr Mahathir has been mobbed wherever he goes since returning to the post he left 15 years ago. He is seen here making his way to his car as National Mosque chief imam Tan Sri Syaikh Ismail Muhammad holds on to his hand.

IT has been a rollercoaster week in politics.

For some politicians it has been the most euphoric ride of their life, for others a ride through hell. As for journalists, it has been an experience of a lifetime as they watched history unfold from a ringside seat.

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