The attitude of East Malaysian MPs -- whether they just sit on the fence and watch or register their strong and unbending opposition for the sake of this country -- will be instrumental in the development of this whole thing.
It is unbecoming of any serious commentator to simplify this into political mudslinging.
The weak hide. And there is nothing more convenient to hide behind than some oppressive laws that can cover a multitude of sins behind the so-called screen of "loyalty".
Does this mean a stronger DAP with more power and resources now should be shouldering more responsibilities? Since people love DAP, shouldn't it reward the people in return?
How will Trump's anti-China policy affect India, and how will it play out in South Asia, especially on India's attitude towards Bangladesh?
As e-commerce has emerged as an inevasible trend of future, it is essential for all offline marketing networks to transform themselves to secure a breakthrough in their business development.
Najib is putting himself at the fork of two contradictory ways, uncertain which way he should steer the nation to.
It is essential for the government, private sector and employees to balance out the cost absorption for this scheme to produce its targeted effects.
Ours is a diverse society, and this is reflected not only in our racial and religious make-up, but also our vastly divergent values.
"Hadi's version" will not only tear up existing political alliances, but will also divide the society and people, entrenching further the confrontation.