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Muhyiddin’s bruising ride to the top

A new Prime Minister will be sworn in by today, but the political drama is likely to go on because the other side is claiming that they also have the numbers.

It's Just Politics

The games politicians play

“WATCH for the game within the game, ” a tycoon who bankrolls political parties told me over coffee in Kuala Lumpur on Monday.

On The Beat

Facing a political storm

The King has kept his cool amidst the endless shifting allegiance of the MPs.

All the pieces matter

Fix Malaysia’s democracy now!

We need to overhaul our democracy, or others will always control our fate.

The Bitter Truth

When principles are put to the test

I WILL spare the details of the rollercoaster this country has been put through this past week.


Politicians go but civil servants remain

EARLY yesterday Chief Secretary to the Government (KSN) Datuk Seri Mohd Zuki Ali tweeted “Minggu yang penuh dengan peristiwa. Namun, penjawat awam terus melaksanakan tanggungjawab seperti biasa (An eventful week. But civil servants continue to carry out their responsibilities as usual)”.


Big comeback for Muhyiddin

Some 120 of the 130 MPs said to have signed statutory declarations supporting Muhyiddin are on standby to accompany him to the Palace.


Trust the Constitution above all

Let the Yang di-Pertuan Agong find the best solution for the country amidst this political turmoil.


The answer is still blowing in the wind

The embattled interim Prime Minister is determined to proceed with his idea of a unity Cabinet to run the government amid mounting political uncertainties.

All the pieces matter

What is a ‘unity govt’? Will it unite Malaysia?

Breaking days of silence in which he kept millions of Malaysians in suspense, interim Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohammad finally addressed the nation and gave some hint as to what political future he was trying to build.

Reflecting On The Law

An overturning of popular will

The dizzying chain of political developments have raised a number of monumental constitutional issues.

Vital Signs

Politicians: A new threat to public health?

The current political chaos affects public health as much as other public services, which is especially worrying with the ongoing Covid-2019 outbreak.