Political analyst Wan Saiful Wan Jan said the pockets of dissent show that discontent remains despite last week’s sackings, but will not snowball into a movement against the premier without a feasible leader.  Mr Muhyiddin has not indicated  [...]
Political analyst Wan Saiful Wan Jan said the party elections would be the most direct way to challenge Najib and his leadership. “But to do that, the rebels must push for the elections to be re-instated and they have to start this movement soon w [...]
Free Malaysia Today 29 July 2015 KUALA LUMPUR: The Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS) Council met on Tuesday, chaired by Mohamed Dzaiddin bin Haji Abdullah, and resolved that Nur Jazlan Mohamed who was appointed Deputy Home Affai [...]
“Wan Saiful Wan Jan of the Institute of Democracy and Economic Affairs cautioned that Umno could suffer a backlash if the road show did not stick to the facts in the judgment. For instance, if the road shows introduces material that was not  [...]
By Wan Saiful Wan Jan. First published in The Edge on 7 February 2015 Usually you would expect an element of elegance coming out from a person who holds the post of a cabinet minister. But as soon as you read the news, you quickly realise that Mal [...]