My Sinchew/ Mahathir

Malaysia, in the eyes of foreigners

Foreigners have no idea why many remain loyal to the ruling party despite all the scandals and irregularities.


Mahathir: It was wrong decision!

"From the political point of view, I would not have done this. When I was the prime minister, I promised myself not to do anything that would make people hate me."


UEC: BN fears losing Malay votes

"Now we want to win the Malay votes, and we can do it because we are a Malay party... We can talk to them!"


Preview of PH manifesto

In addition to the abolition of GST and highway tolls, the 60 pledges include also limiting the tenure of prime minister to two terms and that the prime minister will not hold any ministerial position.


Mahathir arrives at Najib's stronghold

According to Pahang PBBM, the party has been given approval by the police to hold political activities in the state.


Will Kedah remain a BN stronghold?

The opposition camp is still vulnerable and to a large extent depends on the personal popularity of Tun Mahathir in order to win Kedah.


Malay tsunami: Will it happen?

The Malay community is said to be very angry with alleged corruption which they see as the cause of the many scandals faced by the nation.


Malaysia's Dream Team

The Dream Team's first battle brought out their real problem. The players were all great individually, but they had no idea how to play as a team.


The candidate

The decision to pick Mahathir as PH's PM candidate reflects the cruel fact that it doesn't really have a better person for the office.


Mahathir eyes comeback in opposition he once crushed

At the age of 92, Malaysia's one-time strongman Mahathir Mohamad is again seeking the leadership, but this time at the helm of the opposition that he crushed while in power.


 

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