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Oops, I forgot me-dementia

June 27, 2017

From Langkawi Island

The only sane place left in “Malusia” to visit, rest and recuperate

Oops, I forgot me-dementia

by Dean Johns@www.malaysiakini.com… 951 more words

Politics

MALAYSIA: Malay Politicians have nothing productive to do except play Sharia Politics

June 5, 2017

MALAYSIA: Prime Minister Najib Razak has nothing productive to do except play Sharia Politics

by John Berthelsen@www/asiasentinel.com

Anything and everything to  remain in power. 1,236 more words

Politics

Malaysian Opposition Parties in a Premiership Scramble

Malaysian Opposition Parties in a Premiership Scramble

by TK Chua@www.freemalaysiatoday.com

Prime Minister (To  be Elected) Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohammad and Deputy Lim Kit Siang!–A Case of counting chickens before they are hatched… 432 more words

Governance

Malaysia always in the News for Wrong Reasons

May 18, 2017

Malaysia always in the News for Wrong Reasons

by Dato Dennis Ignatius

Malaysia’s disgraceful disregard for human rights

The  UMNO-led BN government seems to have a penchant for putting Malaysia in the international spotlight for all the wrong reasons. 735 more words

Democracy

Malaysians ready to discard racially-based parties

Study: Malaysians ready to discard racially-based parties

 by FMT Reporters@www.freemalaysiatoday

An Oxford University study funded by CIMB Foundation found that Malaysians generally want greater integration and unity. 595 more words

Politics

Thaqif: Case of Intellectual and Mental Abuse

April 29, 2017

Thaqif: Case of Intellectual and Mental Abuse

by Dean Johns@www.malaysiakini.com

The recent tragic death of 11-year-old Mohamad Thaqif Amin Mohd Gaddafi following beatings he allegedly suffered at a private Islamic boarding school has apparently outraged a good many Malaysians. 1,016 more words

Politics

The romance between Umno and PAS continues

Congratulations, Umno over Act 355

Less than eight hours before the tabling of Act 355, the Parliament made a new record by ending its session at 5.05am after a 20-hour frenzy to pass multiple bills. 443 more words

Elections