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When MPs ‘go rogue’

All five Bersatu Members of Parliament, who declared their support for Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim as Prime Minister, have cited one clear reason – they needed the funds for development in their respective constituencies.

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No room in House for vulgarity

THE two-month long meeting of the Dewan Rakyat, the final one for the year, has barely reached its midway point but not a day goes by without a verbal fracas.

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Anwar out to attract investments

AFTER a Cabinet meeting last Saturday in Kuching, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim hit the ground running later that night by delivering a Malaysia Day speech to a full stadium before hopping on a plane to Nanning, China, for another packed event.

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It’s time for Umno to move on

The rumblings over sacked and suspended party members aside, it should forge ahead with its Barisan Nasional partners and find ways to prevail at the ballot box again.

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War of words does little to gain people’s support

IT’S been one salvo after another.

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Political stars dim – and shine

Khairy and Tian Chua now share the same fate – both have been sacked from their parties. Their futures, though, look very different.

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How will the tide roll in GE15?

THE Prime Minister has once again ignited a frenzied guessing game over when GE15 will be held, saying he hasn’t had any inspiration when to dissolve Parliament.

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More important things now than DPM

WHEN Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia cried foul that a scheduled Aug 4 meeting had been cancelled at the eleventh hour, it took Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob nearly 10 days to reply.But when he did, his message was clear, simple, and short – there had been a meeting, over lunch.

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