As part of a new vision for Malaysia, some are already imagining a changed physical landscape that would involve the people reclaiming our streets from cars. Jeyakumar Devaraj reports.
Unless remedial measures are taken soon, young Malaysians who have the world at their feet will move to greener pastures, warns Tommy Thomas.
Francis Loh envisages an emerging struggle between the New Politics, which crosses ethno-religious boundaries, and the Old Politics of racism, cronyism, and widening socio-economic disparities.
With Pakatan coming to power in a few states, many youths have become interested in politics. This gives Francis Loh hope that the youth will be able to usher in a New Politics.
With Pakatan Rakyat coming to power in a few states, many youths have become interested in politics. This gives Francis Loh hope that the youth will be ushering in an era of New Politics.
It is time for Burma’s pro-democracy movement to speak out against the targeted attacks on the Muslims in that country, says Bonojit Hussain.
If cases are struck out on technicalities, then it just creates disaffection amongst those trying to access justice, asserts Charles Hector.
Justice is not served when election petitions are dismissed on technical grounds, asserts P Ramakrishnan.
In our cover story, P Ramakrishnan says that Election Courts are worse than the Election Commission – they are not serving the cause of justice when petitions are dismissed on technical grounds.
G Lim puts the spotlight on human rights, politics and the police.