Tota compares the contrasting reactions to calls for atrocities to be investigated in a couple of western democracies and in Malaysia.
The concept of justice must be grounded on the basic principles of equality, fairness, and rule of law. Has the Attorney General upheld these principles? Martin Jalleh looks at his record.
There has been no shortage of court jesters in the all-year-round judicial circus, observes Martin Jalleh.
Angeline Loh describes the impending death of the rule of law and public security in the wake of cases of custodial torture and deaths.
Is Malaysia really lost and broken? People of goodwill must continue to strive to bring about change: we can rebuild the country into a land where we do not live in fear, but in freedom, says Zaid Ibrahim, in the concluding part of his presentation.
Andrew Aeria looks at the state of our democracy one year after 8 March 2008. What he uncovers is not a pretty picture – much of the abuse of power and nonsense still remains. Electoral democracy, human rights, the judiciary and the media all remain broken.