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New Malay axis rattles Pakatan

Almost every state in the peninsula, with the exception of Penang, will be in danger for Pakatan Harapan if Umno and PAS contest the next general election as ‘husband and wife’.

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A mini Malay tsunami in Semenyih

Malay political discontent boils over in Semenyih, causing a Bersatu defeat that will have deep implications for the ruling coalition.

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Anwar and PM – who will blink first?

WHEN Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim arrived at Unisel to give a talk ear­lier this week, he was introduced as the “eighth prime minister of Ma­­laysia.”

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Rumblings on the Malay ground

A strange wind is blowing through Semenyih.

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Ties between Warisan and Pakatan to be tested

TUN Dr Mahathir Mohamad is starting to flex his muscles.

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Malay battle looms in Semenyih

TUN Dr Mahathir Mohamad knew that public opinion would not be in favour of his party accepting ex-Umno leaders.

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Marzuki looks to Dr M to save him from scandal

The fake degree firestorm that is threatening to bring down the Deputy Foreign Minister could not have happened at a worse time for Bersatu.

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Can Dr M stop the Bossku momentum?

THERE has been quite a bit of self-denial coming from Pakatan Harapan leaders in recent weeks. But one thing they cannot deny is that Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, the man that Pakatan leaders are trying to send to prison, has made waves wherever he goes.

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Azmin’s tweets leave his party confused

DATUK Seri Azmin Ali’s (pic) tweets expressing support and affection for Che Det, as Tun Dr Mahathir Mahathir is known as, have grown more explicit over the last couple of months.

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Disturbing signals from Camerons

THE Cameron Highlands by-election ought to have been a cautionary tale on what not to do in an election campaign.

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A ‘different Najib’ on campaign trail

PAKATAN Harapan politicians say he is headed for jail but for now, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak is still a free man and he is making the most of it as he joins the campaign trail in Cameron Highlands.

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‘Homecoming’ of rebels kicks up a stink in Umno

PETALING JAYA: There has been a storm of opinions in the mobile chat groups of Umno members regarding news that the six MPs who quit the party will be allowed back into the party.