Chandra Muzaffar responds to Choo Sing Chye and explains why he has been critical of Pakatan parties, among others.
Isn’t Mahathir, in his desperation to ensure the BN remains in power forever, indulging in undemocratic actions to deny the opposition the space and opportunity to form an alternative government that would guarantee the demise of the BN, wonders P Ramakrishnan.
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.
Which side will make all the rakyat’s aspirations a priority, and govern to serve all equally, wonders Angeline Loh.
MCA president Chua Soi Lek should stop ethnicising issues and patronising the rakyat with simplistic arguments, asserts Francis Loh.
Aliran condemns Kedah Mentri Besar Azizan Razak’s stand in lending support to the unjustified suspension of five college students under the questionable Universities and University Colleges Act (UUCA).
It is a worrying trend to assume that no protests or pickets should be held against the PR government as the PR is supposed to be more pro-people compared to the BN, writes A Sivarajan.
The upcoming Sarawak state election has grabbed our attention and the outcome could have far-reaching implications for both BN and Pakatan. Faizal S Hazis looks at the hot seats and wonders whether electoral dynamics will sway to the opposition or the BN.
If the BN wins yet again, it is going to demolish the morale of the people who had very strongly called for change in 2008, warns S Arutchelvan. It is time to work together to ensure change.
Pakatan state chief ministers got together in Shah Alam and came up with a joint resolution that they hoped would further the people’s aspirations.