The push to make Malaysia a secular state and to erode the position of Islam is a matter of concern.
For two days next Saturday, UMNO members are among the busiest lots in Malaysia. Well, after four years, only now that the party elections are going to be held to choose their leaders in all the categories – Women, Youth and Puteri Wings. The election will take place on October 12, and the election for the UMNO Supreme Council and the Divisions will be held on October 19.
Will MU rise again?
Other than political issue, one that never missed public attention is the battle in English Premiere League (EPL) especially the much talk about team like Manchester United (MU).
DAP Secretary-General, Lim Guan Eng is among the opposition leaders who have obsessively condemned Barisan Nasional (BN) of not fit to form the central government as what he claimed the failure of the coalition in getting popular votes in the last 13th General Election (GE-13).
Tony Pua and his worth
Once again, DAP Publicity Chief, Tony Pua displays his real front when he accused the Registrar of Societies (ROS) and Utusan Malaysia newspaper as ‘UMNO dog.”
Relax the rules
The fact that UMNO election system is more democratic and open, as well as grassroots in nature, is good. Nobody denies it. In fact other parties are envious of the changes taken by UMNO under the leadership of its President, Mohd. Najib Tun Razak.
The fate of the police
The front-page of Utusan Malaysia last Wednesday, touched the emotion of many.
There is a study by the National Population and Family Development Board (NPFDB) that distraught Awang.
Among the hot topic that dominates public discussion is the facial change in the Opposition Leader, Anwar Ibrahim. Many are asking of the noticeable twist on his face.
This column is insufficient without recording the gratitude to a special leader, former Kedah Menteri Besar, the late Azizan Abdul Razak.
A clear message
The wave of rejection against the Communist Party of Malaya (CPM) is palpable for the entire week.
DAP and the Malays
Another Malay leader in DAP made an exciting admission. Chairman of Coordinating Committee of Penang Malay DAP, Zulkifli Mohd. Noor, regarded the participation of the Malays in the party worth only 50 sen.
The story of Johor
There is a businessman who is being on the spotlight and talk of the town in Johor.
The debt of Chin Peng
The effort by certain quarters to make former leader of Malaya Communist Party (CPM), the late Chin Peng as a hero, is getting palpable.
Who will be the choice?
As expected, UMNO President, Najib tun Razak and his deputy, Muhyiddin Yassin continue to enjoy the mandate to lead the party.