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'Kajang move' ends with Wan Azizah for MB

PETALING JAYA: PKR supreme council unsurprisingly endorsed its president Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail as Selangor Menteri Besar, completing the “Kajang Move” to replace incumbent Abdul Khalid Ibrahim.

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THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD

Yes, I admit, I stole that heading from a Beatles hit. But that is what de facto PKR leader Anwar Ibrahim is facing in his move to replace Selangor Menteri Besar Khalid Ibrahim with his nominee, someone whom he can have better control of. 807 more words

Of Men & Menses

THERE were two firestorms that raged through social media this week. The first was in response to the hysterically irate, steering lock-wielding lady (now known as ‘Kiki’ from Kuantan), which I find has elicited the same magnitude of vitriol and venom as the infamous operators of pet hotel Pet Knode some years ago. 553 more words

ISU MB SELANGOR : KENAPA MEDIA MENGELIRUKAN RAKYAT?

Bagi mereka yang mengikuti perkembangan politik Selangor sudah tentu berada di dalam keadaan kebingungan.

Terutamanya mereka yang mengikuti isu Menteri Besar di mana PKR bersungguh-sungguh hendak menggulingkan Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim. 136 more words

Twitters rage at Umno legal advisor's 'misogynistic' view

KUALA LUMPUR: An Umno lawyer who suggested that menstruating women are not suitable to head the Selangor state government has been roundly condemned by Malaysians, who took to the social media expressing shock and disbelief. 826 more words

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Strategy-wise: First-Time Voters for Change?

Partyforumseasia strategy-wise: All over the democratic world consistent vote patterns are more and more disappearing. While the “polling industry” has become more professional, the long term prediction of election outcomes is increasingly difficult. 444 more words

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Ramadhan is here!

Then I ran into this picture on Facebook.

Feel kind of bad for the policeman as to me, he really does look like a decent man (Remember a few posts earlier, I talked about “face reading”?) 178 more words

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