One way to help effect change in the coming general election is for people to join and participate in civil society movements, says Toh Kin Woon.
The chance for a change at the federal government emerges once again at the forthcoming GE13. Voters have a crucial role to play in deciding this, including women voters, says Prema Devaraj.
The Malaysian people must call for all political parties to declare that they will unequivocally abandon all plans to build a nuclear power plant, asserts Ronald McCoy.
The time has come when we can look forward to a new Malaysia, where good governance is the order of the day, and real political power lies in the hands of the rakyat affirms Henry Loh.
The Court must fulfil its responsibility to right an injustice, no matter how difficult or divisive the issues are, asserts Ragunath Kesavan.
In an open letter, Yeo Yang Poh exhorts Malaysian to move forward and make a change to improve our nation while we can.
Only then will it be able to shed its arrogance and look beyond the narrow politics of race and ethnicity, says P Ramakrishnan.
The Penang Forum Steering Committee opposes the proposed road-based undersea tunnel and the state government’s emphasis on highway construction over improvements in public transport (The tunnel would be the fourth cross-channel link, after the ferries and the first and second Penang bridges.)
Francis Loh urges us to cast aside our fears and go for change. After all, it is the rakyat who hold our society together and will safeguard Malaysia’s future.
The general election is drawing ever closer. In our cover story, Francis Loh urges us to cast aside our fears and go for change.