My Sinchew/ Opinion

No turning back for smoking ban

The latest ban has met with largely positive feedback from non-smokers who have delighted at not having to tolerate a smoke-filled dining environment any more.

The nouveau riche in Malaysian politics

Now that Umno is down and out, PPBM makes a natural choice for the conservative Malay society.

More reasonable fuel prices for Malaysians

Lowering fuel prices is a boon to consumers although petrol station operators may not be happy with the free-floating mechanism.

No end to PH's infighting

Thanks to the ideological differences and distrust among PH component parties, coupled with Mahathir's indecision and frequent policy U-turns, the ruling coalition has completely lost its sense of direction.

After the handover

The handover of duties by Ahmad Zahid has at least relieved part of the pressure, so that Umno can take a breather now.


To withdraw from the battlefield is easy, but to go on fighting is hard, and way more precious.

Now, who's breaking up PH?

PH will have nowhere to go but down if it steers off course and forgoes its principles.

So, who wants to take down Ahmad Zahid?

While Mahathir, Shafie, Hisham, Khairy or Nazri each has a specific role to play in this whole thing, it's Ahmad Zahid's own ability, or inability, that puts the final nail in his coffin.


The jurisdiction of the Johor royalty goes way beyond what constitutional experts can expound, and will perhaps develop into a constitutional issue or a political battleground?

"Third vote" nothing to do with race

The government must take a big stride forward, reform the existing system and deepen democratic practices, and not to be held back by antiquated preoccupations.



Copyright © 2019 MCIL Multimedia Sdn Bhd (515740-D).
All rights reserved. Contact us : [email protected]