COMMENT | Breaks with the past are possible and the power of ordinary Malaysians is real.
COMMENT | While there’re moments of frustration, Harapan shows it can work together.
COMMENT | Harapan lost an opportunity in Sg Kandis to lay out its accomplishments and agenda, to imprint its own narrative for ‘New Malaysia’.
COMMENT | Will PAS learn the lessons associated with GE14 and avoid its mistakes of the past?
COMMENT | The promise of a new Sabah is real, despite the legacies of old.
COMMENT | Once again, Najib has rallied the party faithful to his defence.
COMMENT | Umno is seriously divided and the revolt within the party is far from over.
COMMENT | At state level, there are equally important developments, largely off the national radar.
COMMENT | While there are many contenders, there are three main teams.
COMMENT | It can point to four key areas where it has fulfilled its campaign promises.
COMMENT | There are five different important interrelated developments happening.
COMMENT | Malaysians followed BN’s advice – ‘Make Malaysia great again’.
COMMENT | And expect clouds to remain long after the votes are counted.
COMMENT | We’re at the stage of the campaign where money is starting to go down in earnest.
COMMENT | The current PAS leadership cares little for victories on the west coast.
COMMENT | Johor's polls will play a decisive role in determining who leads Umno, and by extension, M'sia.
COMMENT | Recent surveys show that a whopping 75 percent of youths are ‘not interested in politics’.
COMMENT | Undermining electoral integrity is not a sign of strength but weakness.
COMMENT | Harapan will hold the state but many seats will be closely fought.
COMMENT | Make no bones about it, the contests in Sarawak will be important.
COMMENT | Sabah will determine whether BN will win comfortably (or not).
COMMENT | Malaysiakini’s special election columnist kicks off her analyses on GE14.
COMMENT | Courtroom battleground remains crucial in shaping the final election outcome and its legality.
Image of a victory for racism, misogyny and anger.
There was a sense of resilience and courage.
‘Victory’ foreshadows serious problems ahead.
Whoever wins will have done so in an unfair contest.
Little concern for long-term damages.
Slowly-shifting sands in S’wak political landscape.