Continuing our expose, we present compelling photographic evidence that the post-polls payouts in Penang were linked to state seats which the BN had won.
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.
Even an objective issue such as the integrity of electoral votes has been turned into an ethno-centric issue that serves vested political interests, laments Ronald Benjamin.
Choo Sing Chye writes an open letter to Penang exco member Chow Kon Yeow to remind him of an old alleged graft case.
Sabah will be a focal point in the coming general election, especially after the defections of two BN MPs. If the opposition can avoid contesting three-cornered contests then Sabah’s status as a BN ‘fixed deposit’ state could hang in the balance, writes Arnold Puyok.
A paradigm based on ethnicity cannot give birth to an inclusive mindset. For patriots this is the time to risk going for change, writes K Haridas.
The future of the Penang port is at the centre of a political controversy. Martin Jalleh sums up the three different agendas in a ‘pictomentary’.
The rakyat had been giving the Barisan Nasional over 50 years of chances but instead of improving our lives, they had made things worse, observes Angeline Loh.
In an open letter to Mahathir, P Ramakrishnan takes to task the former premier for his outrageous statements about the Pakatan administrations in Penang and Selangor of late.
Umno has turned the practice of recycling discredited and disgraced politicians into an art form. In the process, it has displayed total disregard for the multiple problems facing society, observes Tota.