The just concluded 13th general election has shown that Malaysians are not happy with the government’s approach in fighting corruption, observes Ronald Benjamin.
All the contracts were allegedly granted during the tenure of the Norwegian CEO of Sarawak Energy, which is wholly owned by the state of Sarawak, claims the Bruno Manser Fund.
Martin Jalleh congratulates Penangites for standing firm in rejecting vote-buying tactics ahead of the general election.
The current status quo of abuse of power, ethnocentric politics, a politicised education system and a suspicious, corrupt government must go, says Ronald McCoy.
The signs are all there and we see things that we could not have imagined even a year ago, says P Pamakrishnan.
The time has come when we can look forward to a new Malaysia, where good governance is the order of the day, and real political power lies in the hands of the rakyat affirms Henry Loh.
In an open letter, Yeo Yang Poh exhorts Malaysian to move forward and make a change to improve our nation while we can.
Only then will it be able to shed its arrogance and look beyond the narrow politics of race and ethnicity, says P Ramakrishnan.
We have seen the BN ads in the mass media portraying the opposition parties in a sinister light. Tota now shares with us his thoughts on what the BN stands for.
With the credibility of our institutions at an all-time low, we need only to turn to the local teh tarik stall or coffee shops for the latest independent banter – and biting humour, observes Tota.