Let the poor walk with dignity

As Najib marks a hundred days in office as Prime Minister, the country is faced with political problems at a time of increasing economic...

Was the Indian election a debacle for the Left? If so, why?

The fact the social democratic left have lost the political offensive in the context of the class struggle in India also finds reflection in...

Showdown at the High Chaparral

Politicians need to be reminded not to abdicate their responsibility or forget their promises, writes Dalbinder Singh Gill, regarding the plight of villagers in...

Mainstream media’s role in legitimising Perak power grab

Anil Netto looks at something that has not been discussed much: the mainstream media’s role in legitimising the Perak power grab in the state...

From constitutional monarchy to constitutional anarchy

On 22 May at 3.30pm, the three judges of the Court of Appeal came to a decision that would have far-reaching implications, writes Mohamed...

Dissolve Perak State Assembly (Part 2)

More public statements from prominent personalities, mostly urging the BN team to go back to the Perak people and let them resolve the constitutional...

One Perak!

Perak has recorded a series of “unique achievements” in the constitutional crisis facing the state, making it OnePerak indeed, observes Martin Jalleh. One man’s catchphrase...

Dissolve Perak State Assembly (Part 1)

We reproduce a series of public statements from prominent personalities, mostly urging the BN team to go back to the Perak people and let...

Aliran Monthly 29: 4 editor’s note

In our cover story, Mohamed Hanipa looks at the constitutional impasse in Perak and the impact of  the Court of Appeal’s decision favouring Zambry.We...

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