Hwok-Aun Lee

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Opinion | How Malaysia’s Pakatan Harapan coalition failed to deliver, and what it needs to do in opposition

Malaysia needs a new narrative, of equality, justice and pursuing fair distribution and broad participation, especially on pro-Malay policies. PH now has the time and impetus to thrash this out.

13 Mar 2020 - 8:43AM

Malaysia needs a new narrative, of equality, justice and pursuing fair distribution and broad participation, especially on pro-Malay policies. PH now has the time and impetus to thrash this out.

How Malaysia’s Pakatan Harapan coalition failed to deliver, and what it needs to do in opposition
Opinion | Can Mahathir’s government get Malaysians to believe in shared prosperity – regardless of race?

The ruling coalition’s is trying to balance its emphasis on Bumiputra development while establishing ‘decent living for all’ as a goal.

27 Nov 2019 - 11:59AM

The ruling coalition’s is trying to balance its emphasis on Bumiputra development while establishing ‘decent living for all’ as a goal.

Can Mahathir’s government get Malaysians to believe in shared prosperity – regardless of race?
On Reflection | Pakatan Harapan’s election win was one for the ages. The next four years will determine not just its future, but Malaysia’s too

A year on, the administration of Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has had some successes while also struggling to meet some of its pre-election promises. Here is how it has performed, and what it has left to do, writes Lee Hwok-Aun.

10 May 2019 - 5:04PM

A year on, the administration of Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has had some successes while also struggling to meet some of its pre-election promises. Here is how it has performed, and what it has left to do, writes Lee Hwok-Aun.

Pakatan Harapan’s election win was one for the ages. The next four years will determine not just its future, but Malaysia’s too
Asian Angle | Where’s Malaysia headed with its race-based preferential policies?

Discriminatory programmes may be an obstacle to self reliance for ethnic Malays, but they are also massive and colossally difficult to dismantle.

20 Jan 2019 - 12:34PM

Discriminatory programmes may be an obstacle to self reliance for ethnic Malays, but they are also massive and colossally difficult to dismantle.

Where’s Malaysia headed with its race-based preferential policies?