Author: Khoo Kay Peng
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  • Is the Pakatan manifesto populist or reformist?
  • Khoo Kay Peng | Feb 26, 2013 11:27AM
  • NONECOMMENT It is a political document designed to please important constituents, but it can hardly be considered transformational.
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  • Mat Indera and Mat Silam
  • Khoo Kay Peng | Sep 6, 2011 1:13PM
  • COMMENT Instead of idolising the past, PAS and Umno should engage in a more poignant debate on the state of the nation.
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  • Curse of power in Penang Gerakan
  • Khoo Kay Peng | Sep 30, 2010 2:18PM
  • The EGM will be the final nail in Gerakan’s coffin.
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  • The myth of reform and March 8
  • Khoo Kay Peng | Mar 8, 2010 5:06PM
  • NONEMARCH 8 If it wants real change, the electorate has to shout louder during the 13th general election since most politicians have a hearing problem.
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  • Shared dilemma for BN and Pakatan
  • Khoo Kay Peng | Dec 21, 2009 12:18PM
  • NONEThis country is at a crossroads. This is a crossroads which we cannot afford to pause for too long to decide.
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  • Can BN reform itself?
  • Khoo Kay Peng | Dec 2, 2009 3:14PM
  • NONESincerity and a political will to end institutional racism is a must before any kind of genuine change can be effected.
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  • An uneasy road to Putrajaya for Pakatan
  • Khoo Kay Peng | Nov 12, 2009 10:50AM
  • NONEThere is no indication yet that the Pakatan political culture is anything different from the Barisan Nasional's.
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  • Pakatan fast losing momentum
  • Khoo Kay Peng | Jul 14, 2009 11:45AM
  • comment khoo kay pengPakatan’s stunning victories in the last general elections do not belong to them solely. The battle was won because of the collective resolve of Malaysians to seek real change.
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  • Najib not going to win brownie points
  • Khoo Kay Peng | Jul 12, 2009 8:32AM
  • comment Some of Najib’s announcements are noteworthy but most of them are not going to bring any significant changes to the social, economic and political landscape.
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  • Wanted: Comprehensive economic strategy
  • Khoo Kay Peng | Jul 3, 2009 1:43PM
  • comment khoo kay pengStop making piecemeal policy announcements. What the people and nation need is a comprehensive plan and strategy to help us catch up with the leaders of the pack.
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  • Will makeover work for Najib?
  • Khoo Kay Peng | Apr 6, 2009 3:24PM
  • najib petaling street visitcomment An expert team is advising him on the right moves to dissipate the dark cloud under which his premiership was born.
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  • He limps out with a whimper
  • Khoo Kay Peng | Apr 2, 2009 12:30PM
  • comment khoo kay pengIn 2006, writing about Abdullah's mid-term review, I asked if his leadership which started with a bang might end with a whimper. Today, this question has been answered.
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  • MCA on road to recovery or oblivion?
  • Khoo Kay Peng | Mar 2, 2009 12:03PM
  • comment khoo kay pengWhat actions should the embattled MCA leadership take in response to the crucial issues confronting the party as it celebrates its 60th anniversary?
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  • DAP's personality disorder
  • Khoo Kay Peng | Nov 19, 2008 12:44PM
  • comment Voters in Penang took the leap of faith but not without great expectations. It is fair to argue that they voted out BN but not really voted in DAP/Pakatan Rakyat.
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  • Dreaming American dreams
  • Khoo Kay Peng | Nov 12, 2008 11:52AM
  • barack obama campaign changecomment Barack Obama has his work cut out for him: tackling a debilitating recession and uniting Americans who have been divided along racial and political lines.

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  • Abdullah may yet have the last laugh
  • Khoo Kay Peng | Oct 10, 2008 12:02PM
  • The administration of Abdullah Ahmad Badawi may not have much to show off. No big legacy, except for some potentially huge white elephants if the regional corridors economic development are allowed to go on.
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Author: Khoo Kay Peng
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