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The use of the Sedition Act and other coercive Laws by the Umno-BN government allows it to perpetuate its control of the rakyat, observes...

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As the journey continues, there are times when the country’s downward spiral seems endless but we must not stop voicing our concerns and pushing...

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What we witnessed in Parliament recently suggests that the process of democratisation in Malaysia has slowed down if not gone into reverse gear, observes...

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It seems clear that they are using this opportunity to destroy Anwar Ibrahim and his party PKR, observes Francis Loh. On 10 February 2015,...

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All is indeed not well in this beloved country of our as restlessness mounts over sedition arrests, the higher cost of living and religious...

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Millions of ringgit have been spent in the search for the missing plane, but it has been fruitless, says Henry Loh. A few days...

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Many are still reeling from the Federal Court’s judgment on Anwar Ibrahim’s sodomy case, observes Prema Devaraj. Happy Chinese New Year to everyone! It was...

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By proclaiming that Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan is a credible witness, in the face of the commonsense counter arguments offered by Anwar's defence team,...

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Say hello to the new young writers! Chris Chong highlights a few of the articles produced by participants of the second Aliran Young Writers...

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The High Court decision to dismiss the Putrajaya's claims for damages against Bersih 2.0’s co-chairpersons, Ambiga and A Samad Said, and 13 other committee...

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What happens when you put a group of youths in a room over the weekend and ask them to come up with an article...

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Beams of hope continue to shine through what seems like an onslaught from the dark side, and new rays of hope have emerged, writes...

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It is time the federal government sits down with state governments of affected states to come up with a comprehensive solution to the annual...

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Moderate peace-loving Malaysian are standing up to challenge the misguided and irrational views spewed out by groups such as Isma and Perkasa, writes Henry...

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Many Malaysians sighed in relief when a group of 25 prominent Malays recently issued a public statement that called for rational dialogue, observes Mustafa...

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The assembly held no major surprises – from the prime minister asking where Umno had gone wrong to a call for the 'wow factor'...

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There are worrying signs that the public space for freedom of expression is being further restricted, observes Chris Chong. The space to voice out...

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A Court of Appeal decision in favour of three transgender males has highlighted the supremacy of the Federal Constitution, writes Henry Loh. Anwar Ibrahim’s...

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The restrictions on the students' movement at Universiti Malaya is symptomatic of the lack of freedom of expression in our larger society, writes Mustafa...

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Let us all embrace the diversity of our fellow Malaysians by allowing them to exercise their beliefs without sacrificing our own, writes Faisal S...

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