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.
Ismail Sabri will almost certainly consolidate his party’s position, tighten its grip on all the levers of power.
Past days have seen blatant horse-trading as PN MPs has continued to side-line any attempts to run the country in the middle of the worst moment of the pandemic.
Malaysia can take a bold step by giving the opportunity to a suitable and capable individual from any race to become prime minister.
Time for a national reset.
Of late, the police appear to be stepping up their crackdown on citizens who have criticised or insulted politicians.
If the MB had exercised more self-discipline during lockdown, and behaved with civility at other times, the rakyat would not react to his aggression and arrogance.
With the country getting worse every single day, the King cannot disregard the latest facts that the premier is no longer legitimate.
It would be insane to abandon our democracy and entrust the future of our nation to an authoritarian, unelected council led by Mahathir.
When all hell broke loose about ministers and fake degrees, Ahmad Faizal had the cheek to tell ministers to tell the truth about their degrees.