Politics

Malaysians would be better off if our institutions are adapted to suit Malaysia’s new normal of having coalition governments formed by parties of similar strength. Not having a single dominant party in the foreseeable future would help us to position ourselves to achieve stable governments and coalitions worthy of voters’ support.

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Gearing up for a post-GPS era

Press conference statement by Liew Chin Tong, DAP National Political Education Director in Miri on 15.12.2021 The 12th Sarawak state election will be the beginning of the end for GPS.…
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Melaka state election: Rising from defeat

The preparation for the next battle starts today. It’s the time to reset and inject new game changers into national politics so to give hope to the people and for them to continue to see Pakatan Harapan as the beacon of hope.
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Melaka state election: The final lap

Whether they realise it or not, voters in Melaka tomorrow will decide on the longstanding problem between the old and new political leadership in our country. The main battle is…
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The Melaka Imperative

If you asked me whether Pakatan Harapan would win the Melaka state election, my immediate response would be “I don’t know.” A more nuanced response would be “depends on voters’…
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PAS: A decline in struggle

After the 2015 split between the conservatives and the progressives which left to form Parti Amanah Negara, PAS is ideologically uniformed though not without internal friction. The latest fault-line within…
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A united Pakatan Harapan

Media statement by DAP National Political Education Director Liew Chin Tong in Bemban, Melaka, on 30th October 2021 There is no doubt that the Melaka state election is extremely challenging for…
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