Wednesday, January 26, 2022


For Malay voters, survival trumps institutional reforms, study shows

In terms of reforms, the economy and education take pole position.

Singapore Malay death row inmates file historic suit accusing govt of racial bias

They point to official numbers in their bid to show how Malays in the city-state are less likely to have their death sentence quashed or commuted to a jail term upon appeal.

More support from Malays, rural poor for govt’s pandemic measures

Malays and Bumiputeras are also more in agreement with the governance of the Covid-19 crisis.

Majority of Malays think Umno should stick with PN, new survey shows

62% of Malay respondents believe Umno should not withdraw from PN while another 36% are against Umno going it alone in GE15.

Malay duo fight to stay alive on Singapore’s minority-ridden death row

Some 90% of death row inmates are ethnic minorities, despite Singapore's clinical approach to creating racial balance.

Pejuang to help Malays overcome their problems, says Dr M

However, he says Pejuang is not at war with non-Malays as it will need their support in the next general election.

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