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Final months of ‘frenemies govt’

SELANGOR’S “government of friends and enemies” is finally about to come to an end.

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Silence is golden on palace move

The Kelantan palace was merely acting to protect its interest when it stripped three top Pakatan Harapan leaders of their titles. But the move has dealt a terrible blow to the standing of those leaders in the eyes of the Malay electorate.

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Chinese dragons to slug it out

THERE is a Chinese saying that there is no room for two dragons in one den. How apt given the moves now underway by one dragon to conquer the den of a rival dragon in the coming general election.

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Trigger factor behind revocation of royal awards

AMANAH’S recruitment of an uncle of Yang di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Muhammad V is believed to be the trigger element behind the sudden revocation of the Datukships of two top Amanah leaders from Kelantan.

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Ripples over stripping of titles

THE move by the Kelantan palace to revoke the Datukships of two top Parti Amanah Negara leaders from the state has sent ripples through political circles.

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With ‘datuk’ revocation, Kelantan palace sends strong signal about Amanah

Intense speculation among government circles in Kelantan that Dr M’s title has also been revoked.

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The knives are out for Azmin

IT is a good thing that Datuk Seri Azmin Ali is not a reactive personality, otherwise he would have exploded like a volcano at being called a "joker" who had "done nothing" for Selangor.

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Opposition keeping eyes peeled for the ‘silver bullet’

SARAWAK politician Baru Bian had come across Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin on numerous occasions in Parliament, but last month was the first time he met the Parti Pribumi president up-close.

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Keeping the Sarawak dream alive

One year on and Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Abang Openg of Sarawak is still the no-frills person that he has always been. He has taken the bull by the horns in pursuing the claims for greater state rights, while his plans for several mega projects have been the talk of the town.

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Kelantan is ripe for the picking

PAS has shown that it can bring out its supporters, be it in Terengganu or in Selangor. Its most recent Fastaqim gathering filled the entire stadium in Shah Alam.

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Hot belt of political sentiments

Surveys have shown that it will be hard for Johor to fall but will more seats go to the opposition in the west coast stretch known as the ‘danger zone’?

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Ripples over spoil-your-vote trend

Pakatan Harapan is still defending its decision to anoint Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad their prime minister while a #UndiRosak campaign is trending in protest of the decision.

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