Monthly Archives: February 2020

Et tu, Muhyiddin?

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT That Azmin Ali is the chief mastermind and instigator of the Sheraton putsch is clear for all to see. No one was surprised. Azmin has now been called “traitor” for allegedly engineering the failed coup on … Continue reading

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A grave mistake by three Sarawak PKR turncoats

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT So three MPs from Sarawak PKR jumped ship together with Azmin Ali. Their ‘destination’ – unknown, as of now. Initially, they thought they were on their way with their band of brother turncoats, dancing on air, … Continue reading

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The folly of trusting the ‘devil’

STEVE OH COMMENT Never in the history of Malaysia has one man done so much damage to his country just to please himself. What an indictment of the country to allow it to happen. When did national interest become the … Continue reading

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Of the Pujut case and pensions for politicians

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT The dual citizenship saga of Dr Ting Tiong Choon who was disqualified as Pujut assemblyman in a Federal Court ruling on Feb 11 has been hotly debated in Sarawak over this past week. This is a … Continue reading

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Is Parti Sarawak Bersatu overly ambitious with its ‘third force’ target?

Parti Sarawak Bersatu (PSB) president Wong Soon Koh has been working at a punishing pace over the past few months. One has to give it to a man of 78 who does not seem to tire despite spending many laborious … Continue reading

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The ‘Brutuses’ stabbing Anwar must not win

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT Why am I supporting Anwar Ibrahim as the eighth prime minister? Let me put it plain and simple. That was a promise etched in stone by Pakatan Harapan and supported by Malaysians who backed the coalition … Continue reading

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Sarawak Report claims MPs ink SD backing Dr M, Anwar says ‘not officially informed’

Anwar Ibrahim offered a brief response to Sarawak Report’s claim that federal lawmakers are inking a statutory declaration (SD) for Dr Mahathir Mohamad to serve as prime minister until the next general election. “I have not been officially informed,” the … Continue reading

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