Celebrating the dawn of a new Malaysia

The outcome of the 2018 general election was an historic moment is a vindication of Aliran’s commitment to a new Malaysia. Chris Chong outlines...

In new Malaysia, winners don’t take all

The new government consists of reformers, conservatives, secularists, Islamists, the young and the old guard - a mix that could chart a more...

After the 2018 election, time to consolidate and sustain democracy

While consolidating democracy involves a top-down process of lawmaking and implementation, sustaining democracy is a bottom-up process of checks and balances. Malaysia needs both,...

Creating the change

The change we seek will have to take place on many levels - but each of us must participate for that to happen, writes...

Don’t squander chance to institute far-reaching reforms

We must not let up the pressure on elected officials and always speak truth to power as a way to consolidate democracy in Malaysia,...

2018 general election: Clamour for change is strong and palpable

But has the opposition coalition any chance of wresting power from the ruling BN and forming the next federal government, wonders Henry Loh. For...

We are the heroes, they are the zeroes

Apart from remaining zeroes, many of our national `leaders’ have no concern for maruah; only we, the citizens of Malaysia, can save our country,...

1MDB scandal haunts Najib’s office ahead of general election

As the general election approaches, many are keen to know if the 1MDB scandal would cost the ruling coalition votes, writes Ngu Ik Tien....

The Keepers, the Burning House and the Water-Bucket Brigade Line

A house is on fire and villagers are frantically trying to form a bucket brigade line - or more than one. Prema Devaraj describes...

Neither doom nor gloom: A reflection on the coming general election

Despite the #UndiRosak campaign, two-coalition politics has become has become the new normal - and this is likely to continue, writes Johan Saravanamuttu. Considerable...

As ‘quirky’ polls loom, brace yourself for Umno-BN media’s silly awful offerings

What we are wishing for is ‘a normal democracy’ - characterised by free and fair elections (minus the pengundi hantu) and intelligent debates, maybe...

Why we shouldn’t spoil our votes in this crucial general election

We must not fall into such despair, writes Chris Chong. Change will come - but it can only come if we take the first...
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