The choices you make today will determine a future. The future might not be tomorrow, or the next ten years. But don’t give up on Malaysia, says Shazwan Mustafa Kamal.
According to the EC, BN won a simple majority of seats in Parliament despite numerous allegations of electoral fraud.
Change is more than winning majorities and claiming political office. The harder part is bring about a lasting, progressive alternative that prioritises the needs of people while resisting the blackmail demands of neoliberal forces, says John Hilley.
As Malaysians head to the polls, perhaps it is a good time to pause and look backward towards the lessons of the 2008 general election, says Christopher Chong.
While BN is solely responsible for encroaching Islamisation of the country, it accuses Pas for being extremist in its support of Hudud, says Tota.
A mammoth crowd of Penangites gathered in Padang Kota Lama, George Town on 3 May 2013. Our roving photographer was at the scene.
Potential law-makers standing for elections must stand up for the financial needs of pensioners, urges Mahalingam Kathirasu.
Tota issues a special appeal to the community not to fall prey to vote-buying, open bribery and empty promises as they head to the polls.
Tota takes to task Najib’s 1Malaysia and exposes it as a farce.
Malaysia’s ruling party and opposition leaders should rein in their supporters to end intimidation and violence that threaten general elections slated for 5 May 2013, Human Rights Watch said today.