The more the government engages in spinning the crime statistics, the more it denies there are major problems with our police force, the more it is alienating itself from the public and inviting an electoral backlash, writes Lim Teck Ghee.
World leading contemporary Islamic philosopher and thinker Prof Tariq Ramadan has offered six principles of governance which break the stereotype that frames Muslim administrations as anti-democratic and anti-human rights, reports Susan Loone of Malaysiakini.
We, the undersigned civil society organisations, are extremely concerned that the Malaysian government is going ahead with its plans to build two nuclear reactors, without sufficient public information, consultation or debate.
Listen to the Chief Minister outline his vision of Penang as an international city, hear out civil society’s presentation of the present reality and then participate in the discussions. But first, please register for Penang Forum 5 scheduled for 4 August 2012.
Bersih 2.0 welcomes the decision of High Court (Appellate and Special Powers Division) judge Rohana Yusof this morning to quash the earlier order by the Home Minister who declared Bersih 2.0 as an illegal organisation on 1 July 2011.