Democracy and human rights will become a privilege only for urban voters if we fail to recognise the importance of economic rights, says Cheah Wui Jia.
Once you go black, you never go back. Every challenge we face makes us better, stronger and closer, says Pravin Pillai.
The Malaysian people are already the winners – even if electoral victory for their preferred political party is usurped through a flawed electoral system or fraud, says M M Pereira.
What trust we have in the Election Commission! Jeyakumar Devaraj reports his observations of the GE13 campaign process from Sungai Siput.
What the Chinese want is, in fact, what the educated urban Malaysian voter, regardless of ethnicity, wants: respect, and an acknowledgement of their right to an inclusive, peaceful existence, says Dr Ong Hean Teik.
The rakyat can take comfort that the process of change is now firmly in place and politics in Malaysia will never be the same again, says Henry Loh.
According to the EC, BN won a simple majority of seats in Parliament despite numerous allegations of electoral fraud.
BN has ruled since independence – so they have experience and yes, they have something for us to evaluate, says Charles Hector.
Change is more than winning majorities and claiming political office. The harder part is bring about a lasting, progressive alternative that prioritises the needs of people while resisting the blackmail demands of neoliberal forces, says John Hilley.
A volunteer gives us a quick run-down of the dos and don’ts at the polling centre.