Unless race-based politics is substituted with real justice, fairness and equity, the only thing left of the BN would be Umno, says K Haridas
The normally compliant mainstream media dropped all pretence of trying to be socially responsible newspapers in the run-up to the general election, observes Mustafa K Anuar.
Patronage politics and campaign propaganda lose their hold on urban voters in Sibu, reports Ngu Ik Tien.
The International Hydropower Association (IHA) should not support Sarawak’s plans to build more mega-dams in Sarawak, says SAVE Rivers.
Does the Pakatan have the long-term vision to be able to strike the correct balance? Can it control the politicians who “shoot from the hip”, wonders Jeyakumar Devaraj
The Malaysian people are already the winners – even if electoral victory for their preferred political party is usurped through a flawed electoral system or fraud, says M M Pereira.