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.
A serving Prime Minister going to the public for an electoral mandate to govern cannot be the proverbial ostrich with its head in the sand in respect of the very serious issues raised by Deepak Jaikishan, says Sivarasa Rasiah.
Zafar Ahmad Mohd Abdul Ghani writes an open letter to the prime minister to highlight the Rohingya refugees’ bleak future and uncertainty in Malaysia.
High environmental standards have to be met in rare earth refining. But this is not the case in one of the first new facilities to be operated outside China, points out Oeko-Institut of Germany.
In a joint statement, Aliran, Sisters in Islam, Islamic Renaissance Front and Projek Dialog have condemned Perkasa’s call to burn Malay-language Bibles as an abominable provocation.
Fifty-six civil society groups and 126 individuals have endorsed a joint statement calling for the reinstatement of the suspended Chief Economist of Bank Islam, Azrul Azwar Ahmad Tajudin.
The industry group has been warned over risks to its reputation arising from concern over corruption surrounding Malaysia’s dam construction scheme and its lack of sustainability, reports Bruno Manser Fund.
GENEVA/BERN, Switzerland — Twenty Swiss MPs have filed a motion in parliament that calls for an immediate freeze of assets held by Swiss banks on behalf of the Malaysian Taib family, reports the Bruno Manser Fund.
Berdasarkan laporan akhbar dua minggu yang lepas, seorang wanita di Alor Setar, Kedah dibunuh dan seorang wanita di Kangar, Perlis dibelasah teruk oleh suami mereka yang cemburu. Ini tidak boleh diterima, ujar Joint Action Group for Gender Equality (JAG).
We cannot escape from pursuing a broad-minded vision of religion that celebrates diversity and emphasises the shared values and other similarities across faiths, writes Pak Sako.