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Many have argued that a Pakatan minus Pas would be a salutary development to ensure the longevity of common, progressive Pakatan policies, observes Johan...

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In the aftermath of the Low Yat riot, the regime has blamed social media, deliberately, it would appear, looking at ways to further curb...

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Our fervent wish and hope is that the restructuring process in both state and society would eventually advance the democratisation process, writes Ngu Ik...

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In these trying times, genuinely concerned politicians who love the nation should perhaps look to some of the towering Malaysians and uphold the values...

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Prema Devaraj urges Malaysians to carry on the fight for change despite the horrors of human trafficking, custodial deaths and repressive laws. The last...

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While we cannot ignore the plight of the Rohingyas, we should not also forget the plight of Malaysians who are experiencing the brunt of...

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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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