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PH government borrowed RM3 billion yesterday

Datuk Seri Najib Razak cynically said that the Pakatan Harapan (PH) government could announce a public holiday in not more than two years in celebration of the national debt reaching RM1 trillion.

Why rush to change Prime Minister? – Pak Wan

Minister of Entrepreneur Development Datuk Seri Mohd. Redzuan Yusof slammed those in the component parties of Pakatan Harapan (PH) who seemed to be in a rush to change the Prime Minister.

I share the opinion of Pas, UMNO – Azmin

The bipartisan support on Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s administration turns a new page for Malaysian politics where the interests of the people are placed first.

Let’s be frank, PH has promised the impossible

After ruling for 444 days, the Pakatan Harapan (PH) government needs to admit that some of its manifesto is almost impossible to be fulfilled.

UMNO will not work with party abetting DAP

UMNO repeated its stand that it would not cooperate or share political power with any party abetting DAP.

Opinion: Pakatan Harapan and Johor Youths

Once in power however, Pakatan Harapan has all but forgotten their promises towards respecting the relationships between states and federal.

No decision yet on 4 tolls takeover

The proposal of the Ministry of Finance Incorporated (MoF Inc) on the takeover of four toll companies in the company has yet to be finalised

OPINION: Desperation and grave storm in the PH horizon, walk away

From name throwing and sex scandals to reneged promises, the only change is our level of patience. It took Malaysians over 6 decades to overcome fear of change and boot out BN but it seems likely that they might make PH a one term government

Reject dirty politics, stop spreading the sex video – Saifuddin

PKR strongly rejects dirty political games which do no benefit the Pakatan Harapan which is leading the country now

Political appointees hampers the role of civil servants

Political appointees have allegedly hampered and interfered with the roles and responsibilities of civil servants.