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Trapped in a Mexican standoff

Muhyiddin, Najib and Ismail are now in a Mexican standoff.

Kit Siang sees CSA slipping away amid talk Najib will be...

Lim Kit Siang sees the proposed confidence and supply agreement (CSA) between the government and opposition slipping away.

Kit Siang: PM might not even last 100 days in office

Ismail Sabri Yaakob’s stint as the prime minister could come to a quick end following a slew of blunders he has made since assuming office on August 21.

Kadir Jasin on Muhyiddin’s new appointment: It’s madness

The appointment of a “failed” prime minister to head a vital body like the National Recovery Council shows Ismail Sabri is treating the government like a “playground”.

Mariam Mokhtar: No denying it – Chong Wei is part of...

Some of us wondered if Lee Chong Wei was trying to protect his political masters.

Dennis Ignatius: Military intelligence – much ado about nothing

Raising doubts about opposition links with foreign groups with no evidence of actual or specific wrongdoing.

Sarawak Report: Selangor Sultan owned Kuala Langat land grab company

Ownership by the Sultan of Selangor of a key company behind the state’s hugely controversial decision to de-gazette a swathe of protected forest at Kuala Langat.

Kuala Langat North Forest Reserve: A case of privatising profits and...

C4 Center backs the call for Amirudin Shari to come clean and explain the shocking decision to degazette the KLNFR.

Time to return the national mandate to the rakyat

In line with Independence Day today, I recall that glorious days in 2018 when Malaysians as a whole dethroned the BN under the leadership of Najib.

Tony Pua: Unity govt an impractical idea

Being part of a unity government is impractical and may even work against Pakatan Harapan.

Shortest horror story

What a newly appointed Prime Minister does in his first 24 hours in the office is a good display of his leadership skills especially during a state of crisis.

Recycling the same old incompetent bloated cabinet

The fact that Ismail has recycled 80% of Muhyiddin’s Cabinet members suggests that he has chosen to align with Bersatu, instead of UMNO.

Sarawak Report: How UMNO’s PN2.0 has rebranded Malaysia

Take a look at the scores of international headlines that have greeted the appointment of Ismail Sabri.

Sarawak Report: More destruction wrecked on Borneo thanks to lawless greed

Corruption and greed by the old men who seized power in the 70s and granted the licences to destroy to their business cronies, the Sibu logging family mafias.

Litmus test for support for a designated candidate must be unequivocal

Political aspirants are only great if they are united and despite a false marriage of Perikatan Nasional, they knew how to present a united front when necessary.

Zahid’s trial: Why donation made with cash instead of cheques, judge asks defence counsel?

Why donation made with cash instead of cheques is unknown as the investigators did not carry out a probe on this.

Zahid’s trial: Defence claims 27 money laundering charges politically motivated, wants full acquittal

Zahid Hamidi should be acquitted and discharged of the 27 money laundering charges.

Anwar on new deal with govt: It’s an MoU, not CSA

Anwar Ibrahim stressed that their newly-inked agreement with the government led by Ismail Sabri was a MoU and not a CSA.

Part of historic MoU’s reforms to be carried out immediately

Anwar Ibrahim's role as Opposition Leader received an immediate boost following the signing of the MoU.

Anwar explains why PH accepted Ismail Sabri’s offer but not Muhyiddin’s

PH agreed to sign a deal with Ismail Sabri as the prime minister was ready to negotiate with them on political stability and transformation.

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