To honour the memory of the late former Bar Council president Raja Aziz Addruse, we reproduce his full press statement on behalf of the Bar Council reacting to the report of the tribunal which sacked two Supreme Court judges and reinstated three others.
S Arutchelvan pays tribute to a man who stood as a bridge linking the struggles of the independence era generation with those of the present.
M N D’Cruz raises the alarm over the Lynas rare earth refinery near Kuantan and says it is the duty of every Pahang resident to oppose the plant.
Pages From the Past looks back at the 1990 general election and finds that the problems of phantom voters and unreliable electoral rolls are major concerns that have been around for years.
The present EC is not capable of conducting free and fair elections, observes P Ramakrishnan. It must be disbanded and a new Election Commission instituted comprising people of impeccable integrity.
Was Malaya ever colonised? Most definitely, according to Tommy Thomas, and by not one but four different colonial powers.
Charles Hector alerts us to attempts to amend the Employment Act, which could fundamentally dilute or obscure the employer-worker relationship through the use of labour outsourcing contractors.
In the aftermath of Bersih 2.0, recent weeks have seen one irregularity after another in the electoral process being exposed.
P Ramakrishnan looks at some of these dubious discrepancies and tactics and concludes that no real change is possible unless the Election Commission is disbanded and replaced and a new government comes to power.
At this critical moment, the PM is obliged to give his word of honour that the 13th general election would only be held after the electorals reforms have been put in place. Otherwise, this PSC would become a sham committee, says P Ramakrishnan.
What type of development do we want for Penang? Is it rampant and unbalanced development or is it sustainable and balanced development, asks Lim Mah Hui.