A snapshot from Bloomberg on Sabri’s “new” cabinet is very damaging because it is an important publication for foreign investors does not look good. One should note keywords like “old baggage” and “not a promising beginning”. It is an opportunity missed to make a difference. Image source: Twitter Continue reading “Malaysian Government 2021: Unimpressive, Underperformed Cabinet Lineup”
Muhyiddin Yassin announced his cabinet back on 9th March 2020 – it is an oversized cabinet with many familiar faces from 55 under Pakatan to 70 under the new coalition. The question of whether it is a better line-up than the one under Pakatan. Image source: Malay Mail
(Whether it is a private jet or a public abuse of trust and power – such nonsense cannot be tolerated at any level even for a high ranking politician’s wife. Just because it is approved by the Cabinet, don’t these people who fly have some internal conscience or they are just corrupt to the core? They must be counting their blessings that they are not in China. Cartoon source: Zunar @ Malaysiakini)
The Government want to give a dim hope to criminals on the road to continue their crime is beyond any reasonable comprehension.
(Traffic offenders are not only a major nuisance on the road but they are also dangerous to others. I don’t see the point of giving leniency towards repeated offenders. Image source: http://www.cartoonstock.com)
(Think of the wonders that will happen if the shadow cabinet is made of superheroes and they can do better to keep the current government on their toes? Image source: http://wikimedia.org)
(Politicians and soiled diapers need to be changed often and for the same reason – image source: http://davies.lohudblogs.com)
It is sad that it needed the Prime Minister to tell the Ministers what to do in the current haze problem. He was giving the hint when he said “they don’t need to ask me. There should be a trigger mechanism so that once the index goes beyond 500; automatically they should declare an emergency for affected areas,”When the PM acts, I had expected the Ministers to be “suddenly active” in doing their job.