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The great nepotism debate

Is the controversial appointment of a former MP as a senior government adviser a public relations disaster? Will there be any political fallout from it?

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Of sackings and suspensions

One of the country’s oldest political parties has been upended. How will voters respond to an Umno missing several big names?

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Simple Sabahan wishlist

It’s 2023 but the Bornean state still has problems with basic infrastructure.

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Sabah’s political gamblers

Don’t bet on the situation settling down in the Bornean state anytime soon.

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A crisis of leadership?

Parties bearing the weight of a long history need fair contests for leaders that would allow them to renew themselves.

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The political path ahead

Welcome to 2023. Politically, it might be the most heated year yet for Malaysia.

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How can Umno course correct?

The party that dominated Malaysian politics for decades lost badly in the last elections. Can it return to dominance? If so, how?

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Time for the Red and Borneo wave?

Various hurdles loom for the Prime Minister but it looks like he can take them all in his stride.

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Turning green

THE rise of the Green Wave continued in the Padang Serai election.

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Lights, camera, action – on the world’s stage

“WILL Anwar be Prime Minister?” was the most asked question when I was in Bangkok last week. At that time, Pakatan Harapan chairman Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and Perikatan Nasional chairman Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin were vying to be Malaysia’s 10th prime minister.

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Former enemies, allies, who cares?

Politics makes for strange bedfellows, they say, and none are stranger than those in our new unity government.

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The politicking isn’t over

MALAYSIANS have decided. Yesterday, we voted for our choice of party or candidate – or both.

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