All The Pieces Matter


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All the pieces matter

Lock politicians down until they compromise and agree

Given the political stalemate, perhaps we should think outside the box when it comes to government – or eschew the box completely.

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Ministers chuckle while tempers flare and a virus rages

Our ministers (literally) laugh as the nation is plunged into chaos and confusion.

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Merry-go-round hostage politics

If Anwar Ibrahim became PM based on support from the likes of Najib Razak or Zahid Hamidi, would he still be the Anwar we knew? Would such a government be stable?

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Please be clearer about CMCO rules (or, the ‘districts’ issue)

Malaysians are perfectly willing to do their part to flatten the Covid-19 curve, but how can they follow the rules if they don’t know what the rules are?

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Is it time for a #DIYMCO?

We don’t need to wait for the government to implement restrictions: companies, organisations, and individuals should self-restrict immediately in a ‘do it yourself’ MCO.

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Uniting instead of dividing

IT feels like we live in an era of being torn apart.

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Are snap elections worth the spike in Covid-19 cases?

There is talk about an impending snap general election, but we would all do well to consider the Covid-19 situation, especially since we are now facing the aftermath of the Sabah state elections.

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Partisanship and historical dramas

What light can 'The Chronicle of the Six Eras' shed on Malaysian politics?

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Mulan: Honour or dishonour on your cow?

In which our columnist takes a break from politics to look into the new ‘Mulan’ movie, and the need to put ‘all the pieces’ into a coherent whole.

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Khairuddin should follow the voice of the majority and resign immediately

A minister who failed to exemplify adherence to the law is now failing to heed his own hypocritical advice.

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The great Malaysian food court

MALAYSIANS are hungry.

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How Merdeka are we?

These days it feels less like we have been successfully ‘decolonised’ and a little more like we have merely switched colonial masters.

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