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May 19, 2019 Opinion
The Sandakan by-election has come and gone. The record is outstanding. DAP and PH has won more convincingly and with a bigger majority [11, 521] on a lower turnout than in GE14, no doubt because of the efforts put in by CM Datuk Shafie and DAP. .
May 19, 2019 Opinion
The revelation in the Sabah legislature recently that the Sumatran rhinoceros is effectively extinct in the wild after it was no longer sighted in the state was indeed poignant and far-reaching, not only locally but also worldwide.
May 12, 2019 Opinion
“DPM blames 1MDB scandal for Sabah not getting more development funds” on 5th May 2019.
May 05, 2019 Opinion
Tun M has made the perfect statement when giving his address in 1 Belt 1 Road summit in Beijing on 27 April 2019.
April 28, 2019 Opinion
Postponements of hearings or trials may cause anxiety not only to the parties but also to the judges and the public.
April 28, 2019 Opinion
America’s Trump is presiding over the last vicissitudes of a fading No. 1 empire in the world. This is obvious because Trump is fighting with his so called perceived “enemies” like Russia and China and even with his closest Nato allies in Europe. Trump has problems of differentiating USA’s friends and foe. .
April 21, 2019 Opinion
Libel law has never been easy for the ordinary folks to understand. The first time I heard this statement was over 50 years ago when I was a law student in London. I was reminded of this last week when I came across the recent libel case of Nicola Stocker.
April 21, 2019 Opinion
US President Donald Trump’s administration has underestimated China’s resilience and strategic resolve. With the Chinese economy slowing, the US believes that China is hurting and desperate for an end to the trade war. But with ample policy space to address the current slowdown, China’s leadership has no need to abandon its longer-term strategy. .
April 14, 2019 Opinion
Breaking news – 9 April 2019: The long-awaited proposed constitution amendment has failed to get 2/3 majority in parliament. This amendment, supposedly reinstating the status of Sabah and Sarawak to pre 1976, would satisfy the demands of Sabah and Sarawak for equal partnership. .
April 14, 2019 Opinion
Malaysia's burgeoning middle class has high expectations for future economic development. But the nation won’t escape the ‘middle-income trap’ and won’t have socially-inclusive growth under current government policies. A range of reforms that deliver decentralised decision-making is needed to build the knowledge-led economy to propel Malaysia to the next level of development.
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