Aggrieved with government persistence in not removing the novel Interlok from the Form 5 literature curriculum, an Indian organisation has threatened to scuttle Barisan Nasional' s plans for the Tenang polls.
Now they are calling in the markers they have been keeping on this Sultan of Selangor. If the Sultan does go in to bat for the Barisan Nasional over this appointment of the State Secretary, then I think he will be opening himself up to a number of issues.
By Asrul Hadi Abdullah Sani, The Malaysian Insider
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 1 — Datuk Seri Najib Razak is scheduled to meet with all Barisan Nasional (BN) lawmakers next Saturday as speculation is rife that the prime minister will call for snap polls this year.
As the curtain draws to a close for the last year of the first decade in the third millennium, I wanted to just sit back and peruse the many edited writings and commentaries for my book “In Search of a Better Malaysia”. The indulgence was rather short-lived when it dawns on me that I have failed to provide any commentary on an equally troubling acrimonious debate that is raging dangerously in the nation. Yes, how could I miss that one?