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The epic battle rumbles on

It’s a tight fight but some are saying should Rafizi Ramli beat Azmin Ali in the PKR deputy president race, it would be a political abnormality.

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Looking for the magic touch

Some fairy dust is needed for the PKR rival teams to win its party polls in the state famous for phantom voters, electoral rigging and money politics.

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Eerie times for Umno

The demise of Umno depends on whether Pakatan Harapan succumbs to its ‘saka’ and adopts the practices of the former dominant party.

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Still too close to call

It’s surprisingly not a straightforward fight in the PKR party polls as Team Azmin and Team Rafizi slog it out.

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A giant leap ahead

Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has taken a small step towards Parliament, but his journey from MP to PM could still be rocky and slippery.

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Hoping for a Bollywood ending

But who will emerge the hero from the political song and dance in the Port Dickson by-election is anyone’s guess.

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Here comes the circus

It’s a real carnival in the sleepy seaside town as the seven-cornered Port Dickson by-election hots up.

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A tale of two heads

All kinds of rumours are spreading in Sabah now that it has two chief ministers.

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Don’t leave it tasteless

It’s Malaysia Day today but many in Sabah and Sarawak feel that they have been shortchanged by the 1963 Malaysia Agreement.

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Getting the shock treatment

Despite this being a mad, mad world of politics, nobody can say ‘nothing shocks me anymore’.

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PAS’ play on LGBT

The Islamic party says its straight fight in the Seri Setia by-election is a battle against a government that is soft with the sexual minority group.

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When noise meets silence

WILL the Pakatan Harapan government propose the appointment of three Deputy Prime Ministers so that Sabah and Sarawak can get a chance to contribute to the government?”