Malaysians must wholeheartedly support Bersih 5 campaign

Now, more than ever before, concerned citizens of Malaysia must come together in unity to fight against corruption, greed and injustice, urges Henry Loh....

It’s Yellow T-Shirt time!

The concerns over free and fair elections have been raised through previous Bersih rallies and will again be raised in Bersih 5, writes Prema...

Amid rumours of snap polls…

Critics say the opposition must get its act together while Bersih 2.0 demands a stop to attempts at muzzling the Bar Council. Chris Chong...

Can Umno’s hegemony be broken?

Umno's current hegemony can be said to be challenged from four fronts: by the Pakatan Harapan through PKR and Amanah, by the new Malay...

An Evening with Aliran with 1MDB on everyone’s minds

An Evening with Aliran 2016 was held on 23 July 2016 in the KL Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall with the theme Justice, Freedom, Solidarity....

Faith in discord

The desire to promote an image of being “more Islamic” than others has resulted in a certain strand of Islam being aggressively promoted, observes...

It’s time to raise funds for Aliran

With tongue in cheek, Prema Devaraj explains why Aliran readers should support our drive to raise funds for our struggle towards justice, freedom and...

1MDB – still many questions for Najib to answer

The magnitude of the sums involved in the 1MDB financial scandal makes it imperative that the culprit(s) are brought to book, says Henry Loh....

Sarawak polls; vetting of key federal appointments

Chris Chong looks at the aftermath of the Sarawak state election and a suggestion to have key government appointments vetted by a bipartisan parliamentary...

Citizens’ Declaration: A ‘game changer’? A realignment of political forces?

Rather than turn to opposition parties or former Umno-BN leaders for leadership, civil society leaders ought to steer the direction of politics, even while...

Citizens’ Declaration: Forging alliances in a time of political impasse

The Citizens' Declaration calling for Najib's removal even if initiated by the "wrong forces" does add a new element of hope and agency to...

Why hasn’t Najib sued WSJ?

Instead of making things so much worse for himself and the country by blocking websites, sacking critics and going after them, the prime minister...

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