Tag Archives: Anwar Ibrahim

From Stronghold to Battleground: The High Stakes of Sungai Bakap


As political analyst Oh Ei Sun aptly observed, “Most by-elections are referendums of some sort. Each side wants to show that they still have the support of the people.” This insight rings particularly true for Sungai Bakap, a region that embodies the complexities and challenges facing Anwar Ibrahim’s administration. Far from being a mere local […]

Playing by the Rule of Law

separation of power

In the final days leading to Dato’ Sri Najib Razak’s final appeal against his conviction and sentence in the Federal Court, two schools of thought divided the country. One was convinced that “justice delayed is justice denied”, while the other reasoned “justice hurried is justice buried”. When controversial blogger Raja Petra Kamarudin posted a leaked […]