COMMENT | They are changes they can make but these would not be politically expedient.
RANTAU POLLS | The PM-in-waiting says he will continue Mahathir’s reforms against corruption, and abuse of power.
RANTAU POLLS | Not just him, but Umno leaders are queuing up to go to jail - so vote for Harapan, he says at a ceramah.
On PKR's 20th anniversary, Anwar urges supporters to learn from the past to strengthen the country's future.
RANTAU POLLS | He notes that Mahathir has stressed that Anwar would succeed him.
RANTAU POLLS | This is main focus of the ceramah sessions the PKR leader is holding in the state constituency.
COMMENT | Having dislodged the Najib administration, it is time for Mahathir to exit. Delaying would only risk tarnishing that singular achievement.
The Port Dickson MP says time is needed for recommendations needed to be identified so that it could be explained to the people.
Abim denies any agenda behind launching 'Anwar Ibrahim: Semangat Darah Muda' in the Umno-owned building.
RANTAU POLLS | 'If we lose we will be in trouble,' believes R Tanggam.
RANTAU POLLS | PKR president responds to Bersih's complaint on Miri MP distributing food coupons.
All eyes are on whether Anwar will be able to hit a home run.
LETTER | Infighting and disagreements within PKR is of concern to people, as the party is an important one in Harapan.
Penang exco Dr Afif Bahardin says the party must be run like a corporation and not a 'family business'.
A discussion needs to be held, but Mahathir is still in Langkawi.
This is in response to the PAS president describing Mahathir as someone firm and not a dictator.
COMMENT | The people upset with her are those who cannot defend Harapan backtracking and diktats from Mahathir.
Twitter-jaya's speculation-mill goes on overdrive over PKR's top 2.
Ti Lian Ker claims that Kit Siang, Guan Eng and all DAP leaders have lost their voices.
UPDATED 4.15PM | Anwar said doubts cast on Nurul Izzah's support for Mahathir are unfounded.
The PKR president says the Malays are wrong to think a colour-blind policy will marginalise them.
PKR president tells his number two to 'cool down' when commenting on the latter's 'crybabies' tweet.
PARLIAMENT | This so that elements of reform are fairly reflected in development strategies, says Tan Yee Kew.
PKR president warns that infighting driven by personal gain has been the downfall of many gov'ts.