Warisan on track to win Sabah polls?

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Who will win when Sabah votes tomorrow? With 447 candidates contesting 73 seats, with some fierce nine to 11-cornered fights, tomorrow's election promises...

Mind the gender pay gap

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The Covid-19 pandemic has thrown the whole world into an economic crisis, and Malaysia is not spared. While our economy seems to...

Youth politics disrupting the system?

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After the successes of Undi 18 and Parlimen Digital, talk of a youth-based political party has ignited. Astro Awani's Melisa Idris and...

Ku Li’s gripes about inclusive politics

Unlike him, many of the young politicians and others consider race-based political parties to be out of tune with modern Malaysia, insists Mustafa K...

Can Anwar prove his ‘formidable’ majority?

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ABC News speaks to Malaysian MP Wong Chen and the Merdeka Centre's Ibrahim Suffian in the wake of Anwar Ibrahim's claims he's...

It’s time to move from unity to solidarity

Are Malaysian politicians prepared for this challenge, Ronald Benjamin wonders. The nation celebrates Malaysia...

Hijau (Green) – an environmental song for the world

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This world-class song with an environmental theme was performed by the talented Zainal Abidin. Uploaded on YouTube by Dunia Muzik Warner Malaysia....

The Malaysia Agreement 1963

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The Malaysia Agreement is the legal instrument signed in 1963, which led to the formation of the Federation of Malaysia. BFM does...

Pick a state government that has federal funding?

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Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin recently called for Sabahans to vote for a state government that has federal backing. BFM speaks to political...

The snub Pas got in Sabah

Pas, like many other political parties in the peninsula, must appreciate and celebrate the diversity in Malaysia, especially in Sabah and Sarawak, Mustafa K...

Anwar claims he has a ‘formidable majority’ to form a new government

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Anwar Ibrahim has claimed he has a solid majority (majoriti kukuh), which he says means Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin's government has fallen....

Moral conscience versus imposed morality

Malaysian society today needs a world view based on spiritual connectivity and solidarity that goes beyond race and religion to build a conscientious society,...

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