Of 'frogs', Sabah and changing Malaysian politics


Silver lining?: A fractured parliament could be just what we need.

THE ink was not even dry from my last column when our politicians again proved me right. There seems to be no honour among politicians. Sabah sure proves that in spades.

Today I am going to delve not into any partisan political commentary but observations of the events that have unfolded in Sabah, the character of this political development and how that seamlessly works into my proposition that we need to start a culture of electing upright persons instead of electing political party representatives.

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