Restoring local government polls would empower people in new Malaysia

Much depends on whether civil society can argue convincingly that such elections would promote grassroots democracy, writes Ngu Ik Tien. ...

Distracted by notorious videos, Malaysia must tackle unresolved issues

Henry Loh reminds the government to prioritise the poor and marginalised, and uphold justice and truth at all times.

As ecological problems mount, listen to voices of the young

Given the mess adults have created, youths may have better ideas on how to build a sustainable and happier world, says Mustafa...

Let’s do our part to steer ‘New Malaysia’ forward

It is crucial that we remain aligned not to political parties, political coalitions or individuals, but to principles of human rights and...

New Malaysia and revisiting the May 13 tragedy

We are a much more mature society now and thus our actions are more measured and firmly couched in rationality, writes Azmil...

One year on, time for PH to refocus economy to address plight of bottom...

We also need to recruit a new generation of action-oriented and reformist-minded civil servants, writes Francis Loh.

Narratives of PH governance – the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Johan Saravanamuttu looks at how Pakatan Harapan has fared after almost a year in power.

‘Justice delayed is justice denied’

The government must stand resolute - and not cave in to pressure - by always adhering to justice, freedom, solidarity and equality,...

Old habits die hard in supposedly new Malaysia

Instead of being celebrated as an asset to the nation, our ethnic and religious differences have been turned into political capital, laments...

Countering hatred by building bridges

Nothing is more tragic than when hate is expressed so violently as was the case in the recent terror attacks in Melbourne,...

As Umno-Pas combine forces, PH must raise the bar in governance, reforms

PH must govern in a manner which not only instils confidence in voters but sets a new direction for the country, writes...

Quicken the pace from regime change to good governance

An increasing number of people sense that the new government is moving too slowly on this reform journey, writes Ngu Ik Tien....

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