We reproduce a commentary by the late Tunku Abdul Rahman about then premier Mahathir’s relationship with the Rulers in 1990.
Historical facts should be projected in the right perspective without any bias, say P Sivakumar.
Tunku had his most memorable moments at Inner Temple, recalls Tunku Sofiah Jewa.
The Tunku was self-evidently a fine man and a great Prime Minister, says Boyd McCleary.
On two notable occasions, Tunku demonstrated his respect for and upheld the concept of the separation of powers in government, observes Justice Dato James Foong.
The honoured title of “Bapa Malaysia” was conferred by a grateful nation on our beloved and revered founding father, Tunku Abdul Rahman. Will Abdullah become known as “Bapa Corridor”, wonders Tota.
Merdeka survivor Hamid Ibrahim, who witnessed the lowering of the Union Jack at the Selangor Padang, urges Malaysians to remember the very foundations on which the country was built.
Johan Saravanamuttu reviews a book by Ooi Kee Beng on the political life and times of former deputy premier Tun Dr Ismail Abdul Rahman and provides his own insights.