Singapore Straits Times is sceptical about PM Najib’s new laws.
1. Carolyn Hong, the Malaysian Bureau Chief journalist speculates her doubts whether PM Najib’s new laws would invite more urban voters.
· The Repeal of Internal Security Act (ISA)
·Lifting the ban on university students’ participation in politics. Relaxation of Home Minister’s control over newspapers.
2. She scrubs off PM Najib’s tenacious performance.
She overlooks all the PM’s noble and praiseworthy material contribution to the Malaysian low-income people. She foregoes the indispensable shiny qualities of PM Najib that displays scrupulous assessment of the PM.
3. The journalist seeks agreement of her dislikes of PM Najib’s new laws from political observers. According to them, it is the urban, middle-class voters are the part of society that mistrust the government most.
4. By all means Carolyn Hong enjoys criticisms from those anti-governments in order to add more information to readers here. She picks on the ambiguity layout of the new laws.
5. The journalist emphasizes again the flaws of PM Najib, and she is relieved upon gaining the negative facts from unhealthy minds of DAP MP’s comments. She blames on factors such like ‘Corruptions and its enabling twins, and extreme patronage system’ that could sway voters away. She grudges against the supporters of race supremacy.
It is truly unjustified for Carolyn Hong to deliberately indulge herself with scepticism to the present government. She toys her imagination with hideous words to nurture her secret intentions of tarnishing Malaysian government.