Yet, the seeming iron cage of CMIO and even the question of bumiputera privilege, have, in recent years, been challenged, not only by minority communities, but also by members of bumiputera communities, although the vagaries of electoral politics have necessitated frequent about-turns
by political elites, and a return to racial politics and the championing of the majority.
I sincerely hope that the voters take note of these about-turns
come the next elections.
Cellino's Elland Road reign, during which he has employed six managers, has been littered with unfathomable about-turns
and outspoken outbursts, lending weight to the theory the 59-year-old could decide to sell the club to someone other than the fans.
not new Such about-turns
are not new for Khan -- who has accused senior judges whom he once supported of helping to rig the elections, and was vocally against an operation against Taliban militants in the northwest before backing it once the army began its action.
But there have been notable about-turns
, including on the crucial sequence of events in the cockpit before the plane veered off course, and Malaysia's air force has been criticised for failing to intercept MH370 when it appeared on military radar.
However, they urged all members of Arab press unions to struggle to live up to the level of about-turns
on the Arab scene by means of promoting and beefing up democracy, freedom and equality.
I'm actually talking about the twists, backflips and barefaced about-turns
of much of the British public -- and in particular the country's media -- in the wake of Sunday's final.
Given that Leseh has consulted for the American government, and that his access to Assad was an act of public diplomacy on the part of Syria's Baathist regime, the value of his work is to shed light on the deeply ambiguous relationship between Western officialdom and that regime in the last few decades--and the embarrassing series of about-turns
that ensued when this relationship was confronted with the Arab Spring in 2011.
Before them stood a snivelling apology for the Iron Lady, who's done so many about-turns
he may as well flush his next budget straight down the U-bend, borrowing that sacred phrase to portray himself as her heir.
In recent weeks we have seen a number of high profile U-turns from the Tory-led Government.Fromthepastyandcaravantaxes to the skip and charity taxes, we're getting used to the Tory-led Gover nment's embarrassing about-turns
According to Kaufman, Guthrie felt no embarrassment regarding the about-turns
made by the Communist Left over its stance on the war.
The latest in a series of Budget about-turns
came just a day after the Transport Secretary insisted the rise was needed to tackle the deficit and hours after Labour calls for the change.