Minister YB Dato Sri Wan Junaidi will explain how and why the MOU may transform Malaysian politics for good and enhance stability and democracy.
Prof. James Chin was cited expressing surprise over how the budgetary no confidence vote was conducted.
Prof Wong Chin Huat said with PM Muhyiddin putting politics before the pandemic, it may just make him an easier target at the next general election.
For this election, how do the tides change and what trends and endeavours explain such change? What were the strategy debates that led to the positioning of German parties- and what can we learn from this?
Will the first ever Malaysian "Memorandum of Understanding for Transformation and Political Stability" work to transform and professionalise its Parliament?
YB Azalina Othman Said outlines a roadmap of parliamentary reform that the new government should undertake to better fight Covid-19 and professionalise Malaysian politics.
Prof. James Chin believes most Malaysians would give Muhyiddin the benefit of the doubt over the state of emergency but said COVID-19 had “served this backdoor government very well”.
Prof Wong Chin Huat believes Warisan’s preference to partner with PBS has nothing to do with PBS being a local party and UMNO not being local.
Prof Wong Chin Huat said even the proposed prime minister-level youth advisory group, will do little to quell unhappiness over the government’s performance.
Prof. James Chin says youth going back to their roots to start green projects is common in countries where there is a growing, and emerging middle class.