Thirty-five activists and academics have signed a statement supporting the choice of Himpunan Hijau chairperson Wong Tack as the Green candidate for the Bentong constituency in the coming general election.
Bringing you live coverage from the Aliran forum at the Caring Society Complex in Penang. Live blogging from 7.45pm.
Sombath Somphone, an internationally acclaimed Lao community development worker, went missing in December under suspicious circumstances. Sixty-five civil society groups from across the region have written to the Lao government expressing grave concern.
Our national news is the stuff of legends, writes Sheila Santharamohana. Most Malaysians stay riveted for hours to online news portals reading about real-life scandals, sexual indiscretions, murder, betrayal, greed, conspiracies.
The sudden, surprising and shocking Sulu intrusion into Sabah over the past few weeks has been extremely disturbing to the people of of the state and the rest of Malaysia.
When politicians make decisions that have far-reaching adverse consequences on people, doctors have a moral duty to openly challenge such decisions, argues Ronald McCoy.
Yesterday (28 February), all of sudden, Suaram was vindicated when the Attorney General Chambers said that they have no case against Suaram. This development raises a litany of other concerns, notes S Arutchelvan.
The dishing out of more handouts will not change Leena Mohan’s mind about wanting a change this coming general election.
Ravinder Singh takes to task a local think-tank director for claiming that statements about our election system being unfair are false.
Former Aliran president P Ramakrishnan is joining the Penang state government in a suit against the federal government and the Election Commission to compel them to restore local council elections in Penang, writes Lim Guan Eng.