ADUN SPEAKS | I am not sure where to start and where to end with former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
Even at this age, when most people would have retired, he continues to be the talk of Malaysians.
What is most interesting, or annoying, is the fact that he thinks that he is the most appropriate prime minister for Malaysia. Never mind the damage he did during his first time in office and his recent second term where he betrayed the Pakatan Harapan coalition by resigning from his post.
Whether one admits or not, the seeds of political, economic and social decay were sowed and nurtured during his term in office.
Racial and religious polarisation reached its height during his term and has continued under other prime ministers...