Win in KKB proves PH-BN alliance is effective

The Federal Court’s ruling that dismissed an appeal by the Perlis Islamic Council against the High Court ruling on the unilateral conversion of Loh Siew Hong’s three children is headlines in China Press.

International Monetary Fund’s chief Kristalina Georgieva warned that artificial intelligence would impact the global market like a tsunami front paged Sin Chew. She predicted that 60% of jobs in developed economies and 40% globally would be affected within two years.

Kwong Wah led with Penang Exco for local government and town and country planning, Jason H’ng called for a thorough inspection of old trees in Penang Island and Seberang Perai.

Guang Ming led with the same issue, highlighting that out of 1195 trees inspected, 131 required urgent structural checks.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s demand for a stop to the killings of Palestinians, the release of all Palestinian hostages, and a peace plan in Nanyang’s headlines.


Sin Chew Daily zoomed in on the incoming Singapore Prime Minister Lawrence Wong. It noted that the power handover was smooth and peaceful. Singapore demonstrates its success in leadership development with rationality, stability, efficiency, and structure, offering a lesson in democracy to the West, non-democratic countries, and ASEAN nations.

Nanyang Daily pointed out DAP’s success in retaining Kuala Kubu Baharu demonstrated the effectiveness of the PH-BN alliance.

On a larger note, it questioned the possible resurgence of parties like MCA, MIC and Gerakan. It also wondered whether Bersatu would morph into another Islamic party since its influence diminished.

Chinese voters see the by-election as a reflection of their own future and are wary of any victory by extremist parties. They prefer leaders who focus on gradual development. 

Another winner in this by-election is Malaysians who are for a united nation.