AFTER winning three by-elections in a row – the Cameron Highlands MP seat and Semenyih and Rantau state seats, can the opposition make it 4-0 in the parliamentary seat of Sandakan?
Forget Brexit, we might have our own divorce mess – Sarexit and Sabexit – if history is not put right.
THE Rantau town in Negri Sembilan is practically a one-street town where almost everybody knows everybody.
IN the movie Captain America: Civil War, the Avengers are divided over political pressure for the superheroes to be accountable for their action which usually ends up in mass destruction.
IF the Thai polls are a 750m race, Phalang Pracharat (military junta proxy party) starts at 250m while Pheu Thai (Thaksin Shinawatra’s party) starts at 0m.
IN July 1976, Parliament voted to relegate the status of Sabah and Sarawak from equal partner to one of the 13 states in Malaysia.
The upcoming Rantau by-election will be a test bed for the ‘unholy’ union of PAS and Umno.
The Islamist party looks like it will support any party that makes it strong, say political observers.
SOME Parti Warisan Sabah leaders expressed surprise when Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad announced last week that his Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia would enter Sabah.
It looks like the upcoming by-election is going to be about which party is more Malay and Muslim. Sounds familiar?
The Semenyih by-election is set for a thrilling battle with Pakatan Harapan looking to defend its title, Barisan Nasional to repeat its winning form, PSM to edge in with its ideology and a non-politician to express the voice of the people.
The recent Cameron Highlands by-election drives home the point that the PH government needs to re-strategise.
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