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Taking the movement control order seriously
It is the fifth day of the movement control order (MCO) as I write this piece.
Time to stop the political games
THE last couple of months have been very interesting for Gerakan as the party has found itself, perforce, in the political limelight after being in the wilderness since the previous general election.
A political realignment in the offing?
THE last couple of weeks have seen the Malaysian political grapevine working overtime.
Kimanis: A harbinger of messier days
FIRST of all, a very Happy New Year. By-elections are always an exciting affair in Malaysian politics, and like most Westminster-style democracies, they have often been used a barometer of support for the government of the day.
Why do we find forgiveness so difficult?
In December 2015, my family and I went on holiday to South Africa.
Pakatan better look to Sri Lankan politics and learn
IT WAS December 2014, and I was on holiday with my family in Sri Lanka.
M'sia deserves better – making Pakatan hopeful again
AFTER my last column, I was asked by friends and colleagues how can Pakatan Harapan turn its political fortunes around.
A Malaysian dilemma: The more things change...
SO MUCH has happened in the past couple of weeks that there is only one certainty in Malaysian politics – nothing is certain.
Let’s talk about the haze
I MUST say, like most Malaysians, I'm relieved we are enjoying a respite from the haze and smog that engulfed our skies over the past couple of weeks.
Finally, a moment of truth: PM's BFM interview
IT HAS been a whirlwind September for most Malaysians. We have had three long weekends in a row, celebrated the coronation of our much-beloved King, followed by Malaysia Day and grappling with the haze situation once again, which only going to get worse – according to the experts.
Malaysia Baru confronts Malay/Muslim Consolidation
Some months before the last general election, I attended an intimate dialogue organised by a friend who is also a public policy specialist.