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.
As Malaysians head to the polls, perhaps it is a good time to pause and look backward towards the lessons of the 2008 general election, says Christopher Chong.
One way to help effect change in the coming general election is for people to join and participate in civil society movements, says Toh Kin Woon.
Francis Loh urges us to cast aside our fears and go for change. After all, it is the rakyat who hold our society together and will safeguard Malaysia’s future.
In an open letter, Ariffin Omar lists down the numerous problems plaguing the country and urges Malaysians to vote for change.
Bersih For Elections argues for a clean and fair election campaign instead of one based on petty money politics.
A team of Bersih 2.0 supporters based in Penang and Kedah will be monitoring closely the following constituencies in the GE13.
Upcoming parliamentary elections could unseat the long-ruling coalition and take the country in a new direction, reports Kate Mayberry of Aljazeera.
A delegation from Suaram under the accreditation of Aliran attended a Human Rights Council session in Geneva and highlighted the rights abuses in the country, writes Nalini Elumalai.
Perhaps the “Listen! Listen!” episode was a blessing in disguise – it prompted many people to open their eyes, writes Abhilaash Subramaniam.