Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Prof Datuk Dr Teo Kok Seong tells Twentytwo13 why group of 115 academicians supports Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin’s administration.
Veteran administrator Datuk Sieh Kok Chi echoes call by Olympian Maninderjit Singh that sports officials must be vetted before they are voted in, as they tend to move from one association to another to fulfill personal agendas.
Political analyst Prof P. Sivamurugan says Malaysians are fed-up with the continuous battle between Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim as to who should be the PM candidate, adding the differences will eventually end Pakatan Harapan’s feel-good image pre-GE14.
Pakatan Harapan could split further after PKR says Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, and not Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, should be the coalition’s PM candidate. Also, swimming pools will be open to athletes while diners can now eat together at restaurants.
PKR’s leadership will meet tomorrow to make its stand on its prime minister candidate, as PKR secretary-general Datuk Seri Saifuddin Nasution Ismail reveals Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad wants to be PM9 for 12 months.
From 4D shops resuming operations to Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim claiming Pakatan Harapan has decided on its prime minister candidate, here’s the top news of the day through Twentytwo13’s The News Normal.
While Perikatan Nasional and Pakatan Harapan both claim to have the majority, they can only convince Malaysians by declaring their support publicly. Till then, it’s all a psychological war where, not the Palace, but the average MPs play kingmakers.
Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin may survive the motion of no confidence but will be tested when drawing up Budget 2021 later this year – when unemployment rates are set to soar and economy is depressed because of Covid-19.
Drama or otherwise, the rule of law will determine who wins the top seat in Putrajaya when Parliament resumes, writes senior lawyer Datuk Seri Jahaberdeen Mohamed Yunoos.
Purwaiz Alam takes a satirical dig at politicians for focusing on power games rather than the well-being of the people.
Twentytwo13’s ‘We’ll get through this’ video honours Malaysians who have gone through trying times following political uncertainty and the Covid-19 pandemic. The news website hopes the initiative will inspire many more to stay strong and stay healthy.
Twentytwo13 executive editor Graig Nunis is fed-up with the politicians in the country – nothing new there – but is looking to brighter days ahead.
Malaysia has witnessed politicians consistently making a mockery of themselves but thankfully its frontliners and civil servants have been doing a fine job, reducing the actions of the shallow and uninspiring few to sheer entertainment.