Some of Malaysia’s top comedians have released a video urging citizens to exercise their right to vote in the nation’s 15th General Election tomorrow.
There is a fair chance that a significant portion of our youths will vote based on the integrity, ethical and moral qualities, and competency of the candidates and the parties they represent, writes Professor Emeritus Datuk Dr Mohamed Ghouse Nasuruddin.
While modern Malaysia may not need warriors like Rentap or Mat Kilau, right now, it would suffice to have leaders who’d fight tooth and nail for their people in every sense of the word, writes Ayu Musa Kamal.
Coalition parties need to find credible backup leaders should their prime minister-designate fail to win their seats in Malaysia’s 15th general election.
With GE15 around the corner, political parties are brandishing their manifestos, which have proven to be mostly rhetoric based on past experiences, writes Professor Emeritus Datuk Dr Mohamed Ghouse Nasuruddin.
Many of those in their golden years still believe their votes matter, and are determined to participate in the upcoming 15th General Election in Malaysia, writes Graig Nunis.
Several familiar names, including Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, Gobind Singh Deo, and Khairy Jamaluddin will contest in new parliamentary seats in GE15. Some voters are unperturbed, while others admit the politicians will be missed.
A stage, complete with backdrop, is the main attraction at the Subang Jaya nomination centre as residents pose for pictures. Nomination for Malaysia’s general election will be held tomorrow.
Malaysian voters should examine their political bearings, because despite all the talk of a new political landscape, many continue to wander around, reading old maps and voting in those who seem to leave them feeling dazed and lost, writes Muhammad Yunus Zakariah.
Barisan Nasional may face strong headwinds entering GE15 after dropping senior candidates, which can result in Perlis falling to Pas, says Universiti Sains Malaysia’s Centre for Policy Research and International Studies director, Associate Professor Dr Azeem Fazwan Ahmad Farouk.
A seasoned lawmaker said the onus is on Umno and Barisan Nasional (BN) to ensure their candidates for the upcoming general election in Malaysia are trustworthy and will not plunder.
The behavioural pattern of politicians is like that of a chameleon, it changes with the surroundings. Most of them have several character facades, each for different occasions, writes Professor Emeritus Datuk Dr Mohamed Ghouse Nasuruddin.
Pakatan Harapan says its manifesto will be its ‘bible’ should it return to power after Malaysia’s 15th General Election on Nov 19.