Unless race-based politics is substituted with real justice, fairness and equity, the only thing left of the BN would be Umno, says K Haridas
Losing the popular vote of the rakyat is just one of the many challenges that Najib must face, says Stephen Tan Ban Cheng.
A mammoth crowd of Penangites gathered in Padang Kota Lama, George Town on 3 May 2013. Our roving photographer was at the scene.
Subramaniam Pillay rebuts the scare-mongering of impending doom put forward in the mainstream media and argues that Pakatan could actually lift the economy.
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.
P Ramakrishnan advises pensioners what they should do if they are worried that their votes won’t be secret.
In an open letter, Yeo Yang Poh exhorts Malaysian to move forward and make a change to improve our nation while we can.
It is time for Malaysians to stop the rot and usher in a new era for the sake of future generations, asserts Gopalan Nair.
The BN’s reign has seen a deterioration in inter-ethnic relations. Malaysian democracy needs to be upheld by a two-party system with a strong Opposition, says K Haridas.
Anil Netto looks ahead at what could be the closest Malaysian general election ever – one which is however shrouded by concerns over the integrity of the electoral process.