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Broken bridge between Anwar and Azmin

DATUK Seri Azmin Ali has clearly become the man to watch among Singapore’s political elite.

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Testing the waters in highland seat

IN the old days, a by-election just weeks before Chinese New Year would have been seen as an early angpow for the constituency concerned.

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Is Azmin burning his bridges?

The relationship between PKR president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and his deputy has sunk to an all-time low and the talk is that Datuk Seri Azmin Ali has taken matters to a point of no return.

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Party riding on the coattails of Dr M

IT has been a momentous year for Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad but the second time around as Prime Minister has not been the dream ride that many thought it would be.

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New Umno No.1 aims to stop the bleeding

Analysis by Joceline Tan NO one in the party, not even Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan himself, ever saw him becoming Umno’s No 1 – but there he was on Friday afternoon chairing his first supreme council meeting as the deputy president taking on the duties of the president.

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Umno divided over Pakatan PM

Datuk Seri Azmin Ali and Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein are allegedly the hidden hands behind garnering support for Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

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Wake-up call for Pakatan govt

The Islamic flavour, the sheer numbers and single-minded purpose of protesters at the anti-Icerd rally means that the government cannot afford to ignore what the Malays want.

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Powerful signals expected from both rallies

At the heart of tomorrow’s mass gatherings – one advocating the human rights charter and the other revolving around Malay rights and Islam – lies the fact that race and religion continue to divide the nation.

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Coup attempt in Perak is not over

PERAK Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu is either a very good actor or he has nerves of steel.

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The fireball that Pakatan didn’t see coming

It is going to be a numbers game at the PAS-Umno rally on Dec 8 where two Malay political parties intend to protest against threats to their race and religion as well as showcase their influence on the Malay ground.

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Anwar: Don’t try to walk over me or I will take you on

DATUK Seri Anwar Ibrahim seemed rather pensive and subdued as he watched PKR’s first national congress as a party in power.

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Delegates want healing process to start

Analysis - By Joceline Tan PKR’s national congress this year is about a party that has finally arrived.