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Dr Mahfodz: PAS vying to become 'kingmaker'

MUAR: PAS is vying to become the "kingmaker" and form the next ruling government after the polls, said its syura council chief Datuk Dr Mahfodz Mohamed.


Hadi’s Bill subject to majority vote of lawmakers, says See-To

PETALING JAYA: Gagasan Sejahtera’s promise to push through the proposed amendment to the Syariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) Act in Parliament is still subject to the majority vote of lawmakers.


Election or not, PAS’ agenda the same

CYBERJAYA: PAS enters the gene­ral election by going back to its roots of championing Islamic empowerment for the country.


Medical ethics in punitive action

A letter from DR RAPHAEL, Kuala Lumpur.


Ti: Kudos to Karpal’s daughter for being firm on principles

PETALING JAYA: Datuk Seri Ti Lian Ker has praised Sangeet Kaur Deo, the daughter of the late DAP chairman Karpal Singh, for being a “chip off the old block” when it comes to their opinion of former premier Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.


MCA-Gerakan pact will boost chances

Their unity rally will represent the first politicial breakthrough in cooperation in the next general election between the two parties that share a bitter history.


Cultivating national unity

Cultivating national unity is an uphill battle for any country, the slope becomes steeper for countries which are much more diverse like Malaysia. When I was in primary and secondary school, we recited the Rukun Negara every Monday morning, we painted the school walls with Jalur Gemilang next to ten smiley people representing different ethnic groups in Malaysia. Most common of all, we always had to write essays on national unity, harmony in a multiracial society and the spirit of patriotism. Back then, none of these tasks seemed unusual, challenging or hypocritical.


PAS: M’sian govt must be led by a Muslim

PETALING JAYA: PAS wants a Malaysian government led by a Muslim and Malay bumiputra, says party president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang.

On The Beat

The multi-plot in politics

As the clock ticks towards GE, it’s getting harder to read between the lines in Malaysian politics.


Va va voom missing in Perkasa AGM

Perkasa is a shadow of its former self but its president Datuk Ibrahim Ali is still as controversial as ever, making demands that have rightly or wrongly earned him a reputation as a Malay rights extremist.