Stop this nonsense, let Anwar speak! even if you don't agree with him.
Letting Mahathir space to work does not mean you keep quiet about everything. That would be like how BN worked. No one dared to contradict their leaders. Look how that had turned out for Bolehland!
PH ministers don't have to be shielded. They should be able to handle any criticisms that come their way and deal with them in their strike. If need be, to show why they adopt a certain position or pursue a certain path or policy because it is the better choice.
We want healthy debates. That will keep the ministers, and the government, on their toes and prevent any tendency towards arrogance and all that that connotes and could lead to in the long run. We don't want a return to BN's toxic ways.
We need to get used to contrary views. The raykat want to know that people in a position to influence outcomes or policies dare and will speak out. They may not always be right - who is, anyway - but that is precisely why we must welcome differing viewpoints, even if, if not precisely because, they come from fellow coalition partners.