When the going gets tough, the tough get laughing, says Douglas Teoh.
Losing the popular vote of the rakyat is just one of the many challenges that Najib must face, says Stephen Tan Ban Cheng.
Aliran received photographs of another round of post-election payouts, this time in the Pulau Betong area, which also comes under the Balik Pulau parliamentary constituency.
What the Chinese want is, in fact, what the educated urban Malaysian voter, regardless of ethnicity, wants: respect, and an acknowledgement of their right to an inclusive, peaceful existence, says Dr Ong Hean Teik.
Malaysians must stand up against racism and uphold national unity, says the Malaysian Social Science Association.
Save Malaysia Stop Lynas (SMSL) has vowed to carry on its campaign to shut down the Lynas plant after two members of parliament and three state assemblymen who had campaigned on the issue were voted in.
Following tip-offs from the public, an Aliran special investigation team checked out a shoplot in Penang and came away astounded by what was happening in broad daylight.
Pusat KOMAS and Ratify ICERD working group are greatly troubled by how the analysis of the GE-13 has been based on ethnic lines.
Martin Jalleh congratulates Penangites for standing firm in rejecting vote-buying tactics ahead of the general election.
Serious malapportionment of voters in the various state and parliamentary constituencies in Sarawak undermines the democratic principle of one person one vote, asserts Andrew Aeria.