Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s claim that he has the numbers to form a new government is not what the country needs right now with Covid-19 and the economy still dicey. Malaysia needs closure and it can be done through a general election, says Universiti Sains Malaysia’s Assoc Prof Dr Azeem Fazwan Ahmad Farouk.
Industry experts warn Malaysia, like many other developing nations, should start stocking up on vials, disposable syringes and needles even before buying Covid-19 vaccine to avoid possible worldwide shortage.
Love Is Not Tourism Malaysia’s online petition to reunite separated families and loved ones reached 10,000 yesterday. One of the prime movers, Khanusha Shereen Neesha, will submit the petition to the Prime Minister’s Office today, hoping the government will allow “sweetheart visas” so families and loved ones can be reunited.
Malaysia Day is an opportunity for Malaysia to show the world that even a pandemic will not stop us from rising up again to create a prosperous and sustainable economy for all and stay united as one nation.
Football fans in Malaysia are made to believe (the late) Datuk Mohktar Dahari scored 86 goals but it is a figure that even the FA of Malaysia cannot confirm as we have once again failed in documenting history.
Athletes make sacrifices and bring honour to the country but they end up playing second fiddle to officials who are put on a pedestal and rewarded with perks, even free health screening.
A series of events unfolding in the country has placed Malaysia in a state of turmoil with so many conundrums in the management of its affairs.
Given the new norm, Twentytwo13 created its own Merdeka parade to thank Malaysians for their sacrifices and dedication to the country.
The people are the third force and we are in a battle for independence from manipulative politicians. Purwaiz Alam says we can win this battle if we look out for each other and remain united.
In reminiscing when most Malaysian primary school children would compose an autobiography as an inanimate object, we write about life as the Jalur Gemilang in conjunction with the Merdeka Day celebration.
The intense politicking over the decades has hurt the nation unjustly. Senior lawyer Datuk Seri Jahaberdeen Mohamed Yunoos insists there must be strict checks and balances when it comes to politicians and Malaysians must work together to strengthen and protect the country’s institutions.
Since politicians think the standard operating procedures are a joke, Purwaiz Alam joins in to have some fun.
It’s the Merdeka aspiration of Twentytwo13 contributor Rheanne Wong to see an enhancement of freedom of speech, right to vote and education to create a great Malaysia where its rakyat will be heard, appreciated and cared for by the leaders.