Maszlee Resignation Puts Pressure on Others to Follow Suit

The resignation of Maszlee Malik has prompted two political analysts to call on other underperforming ministers to relinquish their posts.

New Car Fleet Clashes with Austerity Drive

The government seems to have started the new year on a wrong footing when Lim Guan Eng announced recently that it is mulling over buying 32 Toyota Vellfire vehicles for cabinet members.

Bersih to PH: Deliver Urgent Reforms, Not Gutter Politics and Power Struggles

Bersih has chastised the Pakatan Harapan government for not delivering on enough of its election promises.

UniMAP Test Paper Contains Other Controversial Questions

After a question in a Universiti Malaysia Perlis examination paper praised Zakir Naik, an MP today said there were other controversial questions in the test.

Losing Malaysia in 2020

When did we get here, that fellow Malaysians are threatened for their thinking?

Kit Siang Acknowledges Many Feeling “Winter of Despair’ but Urges Perseverance

DAP veteran Lim Kit Siang acknowledged that many Malaysians were feeling the "winter of despair" but urged citizens to persevere in bringing about the "spring of hope".

Bar: Cops Should Not Have Used Court Order to Stop Dong Zong’s Congress

The police should not have resorted to obtaining a court order to stop Dong Zong’s congress,

Should DAP Leave the Government?

DAP is, to all intents and purposes, politically marginalised.

What Education Reform, Ramasamy Asks After Exam Question on Zakir Naik

Responding to Ramasamy’s remarks on lack of educational reforms, Maszlee tells him to read the education ministry’s report card.

To Sack or Not to Sack Hisham?

It is often said that sacking a loyalist like Hishammuddin in a political party will make him a martyr.