NEWLY appointed Home Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi's firm assurance that his ministry will take action against those who do not adhere to the law on rallies is timely.
I HAVE voted in eight general elections. I am educated only up to a diploma level and I'm one of those who benefitted from the government's policies then and now. I am not a member of any political party, but I am friendly to all.
I concur with the sentiments of both Hussaini Abdul Karim and C.G. Tiong (Letters, May 16) who wrote on how to improve our education system.
THE election fever, which gripped the nation from the day Parliament was dissolved, ended on May 5. The results brought relief to many of us.
THE polls are over, therefore, all elected representatives should buckle down and serve the rakyat instead of organising or participating in useless public rallies.
ONCE again there are calls for a single-stream school system (national schools). And, as expected, voices of disapproval are heard ("Call to abolish vernacular schools against Federal Constitution", NST, May 13).
"IT'S hard to digest that only 10 per cent of the uniformed personnel support Pakatan," an NST report on May 18 quoted Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim as saying. It's obvious that the opposition leader is clueless about the uniformed personnel's code of conduct.
I RECENTLY visited the Sungai Kelamah memorial in Gemencheh, Negri Sembilan, which commemorates a battle between Japanese forces and a detachment of Australians defending at the Gemencheh bridge on Jan 14, 1942.
DEPUTY Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has stated that the nation's progress and development lies in the ability of teachers to unite the young by encouraging them to inculcate Rukun Negara principles.
IT was reported recently that the Pas spiritual leader had supplicated to God to destroy Umno and Barisan Nasional.