Who are the so-called 1Malaysia Penang Welfare Club and 1Malaysia Brothers Club organising free concerts, dinners and lucky draws in Penang, wonders Francis Loh.
Arul Prakkash urges concerned Malaysians to get involved in Jom Pantau to monitor the upcoming election.
Which side will make all the rakyat’s aspirations a priority, and govern to serve all equally, wonders Angeline Loh.
The current eight-day campaign period for general elections is too short and the playing field is far from level when opposition parties are denied fair access to the print and electronic media, points out Andrew Aeria.
Many problems continue to trouble Umno and despite Najib’s best efforts, the party seemingly lacks the infusion of new blood, new ideas and strategies to deal with the Opposition, writes Johan Saravanamuttu.
At this critical moment, the PM is obliged to give his word of honour that the 13th general election would only be held after the electorals reforms have been put in place. Otherwise, this PSC would become a sham committee, says P Ramakrishnan.
The opposition Workers’ Party made history winning a Group Representation Constituency and a Single Member Constituency. The people of Singapore too made history, making this change possible, reports Think Centre.
The party has made inroads in Sarawak; it now faces new challenges in building up the state-level Pakatan coalition, writes Andrew Aeria.
If the BN loses Sarawak, they are likely to lose all of Malaysia and risk exposure of their misdeeds, says Rama Ramanathan – another reason why the state polls are so significant.
Burma’s recent election was not fair for the parties involved as equal opportunities and rights were dishonoured especially for ethnic minorities, says the Coalition of Burma Ethnics, Malaysia.