Ambiga says right now the focus has to be the people and for the good of the country.
Dr Mahathir is known for not mincing words even when commenting on a subject which most consider sensitive such as the Malay rulers.
The growing dissatisfaction with PH is due to the people’s unrealistic expectation of immediate change.
Women should be free to think for themselves and make their own choice whether to wear or discard the hijab.
State rulers are constitutional monarchs and not despots with absolute powers, G25 said today after a brief power struggle between Putrajaya and the Johor palace.
Latheefa Koya has criticised Tunku Ismail's argument against Malaysia inking the Rome Statute.
Strong criticism over a golden opportunity missed with failure to support amendment bill.
Marina Mahathir has joined the thousands who have inked a petition urging the government to ratify the Rome Statute.
PM says changing ministers will not help the government fulfil its reform agenda.
The government's decision to withdraw from ratifying the Rome Statute gives a troubling impression that the country is ruled by racial and religious sentiments.
Mahathir has justified allegations of his flip-flops on various issues, as something necessary, to right wrong decisions made.