Dennis Ignatius: The Normalization of Bigotry and Intolerance

PAS MP Nik Muhammad Zawawi Salleh managed to trigger a major controversy with a deeply offensive remark that the Bible had been “distorted.”

Chin Tong: Sabah Election Will Have National Implication, Voters Decide Fate of Party Hoppers

Liew Chin Tong said that the Sabah election will not only have an impact on voters in the state but will have a national scale impact.

Fahmi: Non-Official Media Ban for Nomination Process Undemocratic

The EC's move to bar non-official media from covering the nomination process in all nomination centres is disappointing and undemocratic.

Patriot Disagrees with Armada’s Wan Ahmad Fayhsal on Abolishing Vernacular Schools

PATRIOT says it disagrees with Bersatu Malaysia Youth wing’s (Armada) stand on abolishing vernacular schools.

Civil Society Group: Why Was UM Lecturer Spared in Sexual-Harassment Case?

A civil society group today slammed the AGC for failure to act against a Universiti Malaya lecturer accused of sexual harassment.

It’s About Winning Not PKR Dignity – Shafie Decisively Gives Anwar Only Seven Seats,...

While Anwar can afford to lose every single seat to be contested by PKR in Sabah, ergo the demand for 14 seats, Shafie must win big.

Lim Kit Siang on the Veveonah Episode

The Veveonah 24-hour “tree-top girl” episode has provided a rare glimpse of the shambolic governance of the kakistocratic Muhyiddin government.

Mariam Mokhtar: Malaysian Deputy Ministers Are Cyber-Bullies

Deputy ministers who abuse their powers to intimidate the rakyat, spread fake news and call citizens liars.

Loke Seen as Favourite to Succeed Guan Eng in DAP

DAP organising secretary Loke Siew Fook is the favourite to succeed Lim Guan Eng as secretary-general at the party’s next CEC elections.

PAS Playing up Alcohol, Bars for Malay Support

PAS is trying to strengthen its Malay-Muslim support by playing up issues on alcohol and sex segregation in cinemas, said analysts.