So why is there no shadow cabinet nearly nine months after elections? Will there be one before the next elections, after which Malaysia may actually see a new government? If yes, why cant we just have it now?
By Wong Chin Huat, The Nut Graph Where is Anwar’s shadow cabinet?
Malaysia Today, Malaysia
Picking on the past decisions of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and making personal attacks is a desperate attempt to divert people's attention from the real issue, said Parti Keadilan Rakyat.
PKR Sabah deputy chief Daniel John said his boss Anwar was not asking for higher royalty for personal interest but for the interest of Sabahans.Don't pick on Anwar's past decisions, says PKR
Daily Express, Malaysia
Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim appeared to stop short today of saying his Pakatan Rakyat (PR) alliance will have to wait until the next general election to make a serious bid for power.
He told reporters that he would not explain why the PR alliance has not yet taken power at this weekend's PKR party congress.By Shannon Teoh Anwar will not set a new deadline for power
The Malaysian Insider, Malaysia