A “repackaged” Barisan Nasional administration in the guise of PN is unlikely to look into proposals on electoral reforms promised by the previous government.
Questioning why the government is resorting to asking the people for money since there is already an allocation of RM2 billion for contingency funding in Budget 2020.
Maria Chin Abdullah has questioned whether Takiyuddin Hassan and Eddin Syazlee Shith would raise certain legal reforms to Parliament.
Sisters in Islam (SIS) said that its vision to end child marriage is not a common goal shared by PAS, one of the component parties of the ruling government.
Protests against the recent change in government without elections and calls for a no-confidence vote in Parliament against the prime minister are in no way disrespectful to the Agong.
A lawyer has suggested that voters collectively engage with MPs whose crossovers led to the downfall of the PH government.
Patriot today said that the numbers of MPs in support of both Perikatan Nasional and Pakatan Harapan must be made public.
Muhyiddin Yassin has to brace himself for the huge challenges that stand in his way now that he is at the helm of the government.
Newly appointed Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin should stamp the legitimacy of his government at the first available opportunity during the scheduled Dewan Rakyat sitting beginning March 9.
A federal government controlled by an Umno-PAS-Bersatu coalition could possibly result in several ongoing high-profile criminal trials grinding to a halt, said lawyers.
Bersatu president Muhyiddin Yassin will be prime minister tomorrow, and this looks to be a done deal unless the King changes his mind.
A non-partisan government could be “dictatorial”, says electoral watchdog Bersih 2.0 as it calls for fresh polls to be held in view of the current political crisis plaguing country.