After 56 years of independence the plight of poor Indian Malaysians has changed very little, laments Dave Anthony.
It has been 10 years since the massive global protests against the invasion of Iraq. What were the implications and the impact of those protests?
If we are to live with a dual justice system, for whatever reason, there must be clear delineation of the powers the officers are entrusted with to enforce the system upon the public, writes Ridfan Abdul Hamid.
The Attorney General’s opposition to the Penang state government’s application for leave to allow 1.6m Penangites to choose their own councillors proves again that the BN opposes local government elections and democracy, says Lim Guang Eng.
Mahathir once wrote that “only the most capable and experienced should be made Ministers and be in the Cabinet”. Tota asks him what he thinks of the present Cabinet line-up.
Martin Jalleh surveys analysts’ reactions to Najib’s cash handouts and populist spending.
It is time that foreign spouses be treated as a part of the Malaysian family framework, considering that they are key caregivers and providers, writes the Foreign Spouses Support Group.
The RM900 minimum wage should be based on basic wages (normal working hours, eight hours per day), and before taking into account overtime, other allowances and benefits, writes Charles Hector.
Upcoming parliamentary elections could unseat the long-ruling coalition and take the country in a new direction, reports Kate Mayberry of Aljazeera.
The Penang Forum Steering Committee has pointed out that it is not wrong for parties affected by property development to seek out-of-court settlements.