|Tuesday, 28 August 2012 09:23|
IT’S a phenomenon that occurs once every four years. But this time around, the stakes are higher.
We are of course talking about election promises; that ever-present carrot dangled in front of voters to entice them to cast their votes this way or that way. Never a cause for dullness in Malaysian politics, you can be sure that whenever a new initiative or pledge comes about on what goodies the rakyat has in store should they vote for a certain party, coffee shops as well as internet forums will be abuzz with those lauding its merits or slamming its perceived weaknesses.