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Selangor debacle: Public trust in pact 'severely damaged'

KUALA LUMPUR:┬áMalaysia’s resurgent opposition coalition appeared to have averted a rift as its Islamic partner threw its support behind the other member parties on Sunday after weeks of wrangling. 432 more words

National

Lest we forget: Rafizi Ramli's stupid scheme

The boy who cried trying to explain the Kajang Move he orchestrated. Fast forward 7 months, we have a huge mess and upheaval in the state of Selangor. 69 more words

Pakatan Rakyat

Cocky, dismissive Hadi's strategy is to get PAS booted out of Pakatan

SHAH ALAM: Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang needs a big favour from PKR and DAP. One last favour.

He needs their leaders to conclude that they have reached a point of no return with him and his hardliners and cut all remaining ties with PAS. 591 more words

National

Sultan was right to ignore PKR power play

In not demanding Khalid Ibrahim’s head yesterday, ignoring the screams of the Pakatan Rakyat lynch mobs, the Sultan of Selangor upheld the constitutional basis of government and thrust the hot potato issue back into the hands of the wakil rakyat. 389 more words

Politics

Khalid needs 4 exco members, 28 votes

Never mind what the Pakatan Rakyat cheerleading team and the political pundits say; Khalid Ibrahim has the constitution on his side. Until there is a confidence motion in the Selangor State Assembly, he remains state assemblyman for Port Klang, and menteri besar as appointed by the Sultan. 161 more words

Politics

The Fat Bidin Podcast (Ep 13) - Who is the Menteri Besar of Selangor?

The entire week was chaos for the Selangor state government. Accusations of corruption, orders to step down from power, media statements by boring politicians every hour. 45 more words

Journalism

Khalid should stand firm, for democracy's sake

Khalid Ibrahim was not appointed as Menteri Besar by Parti Keadilan Rakyat, nor by Pakatan Rakyat.

He was appointed by the Sultan of Selangor.

Although it is announced he had been… 538 more words

Politics