It is the constitutional responsibility of the Election Commission to ensure that it carries out its constitutional duties to serve the democratic interests of the people of Sarawak and Malaysia, says Rise of Sarawak...
Lee Hwok Aun reviews an explosive new book, Money Logging: On the Trail of the Asian Timber Mafia, by Lukas Straumann (Bergli Press, 2014).
The outcome of the general elections in Sarawak or in Malaysia depends not just on the voting public but on the Election Commission as well, says Ng Chak Ngoon.
Rise of Sarawak Efforts (Rose), a group of concerned citizens, is unhappy with the unequalised constituencies proposed by the Suruhanjaya Pilihan Raya (SPR) in its recent electoral delineation and delimitation exercise.
The Sarawak State Assembly passed a Bill to increase the number of seats in the House from 71 to 82, but what was the justification for the increase?
Over the past few years, the non-Muslims in Sarawak – particularly the majority Christian community – have seen some disturbing trends among their youth, say Sheridan Mahavera and Desmond Davidson.