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...

Why hasn’t Najib sued WSJ?

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

A disease that could kill Malaysia

It has taken a mammoth crisis like MH370 to expose Malaysia’s worrying state of affairs, says Faisal S Hazis.  A Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777...

So what’s next for Pakatan?

Pas needs an overhaul; Hadi needs to be replaced; and the hegemony of the ulamas needs to be stopped, asserts Faisal S Hazis. The ‘Kajang...

When xanthophobia strikes Malaysia’s ruling elite

Once again, yellow fever has struck our beloved nation, particularly in Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya and their neighbouring areas, observes Mustafa K Anuar. This...

From Park(ing) Day, to Bersih 4, to Pakatan Harapan

Francis Loh discusses reclaiming public spaces, consolidating the autonomous public sphere and promoting new politics. Park(ing) Day Dateline: 19 Sept 2015. It’s Park(ing) Day. What’s...

‘All right to use Allah’ in Selangor

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The question many are asking is what is the Prime Minister's postion on this matter and when will he make his stand known, writes...

Growing intolerance of free speech in Malaysia

There are worrying signs that the public space for freedom of expression is being further restricted, observes Chris Chong. The space to voice out...

It takes an Ultraman to fix the scales of justice in Malaysia!

Just as Malaysians were beginning to reel from the tremor of alien proportions that emerged as a result of the comical ban by the...

Stop plans to drive homeless from KL city centre

City Hall should sit down with soup kitchens and discuss how they can support these organisations in their attempt to alleviate the suffering of...

1MDB, dress codes and Malaysia in transition

Our fervent wish and hope is that the restructuring process in both state and society would eventually advance the democratisation process, writes Ngu Ik...

2500 join lawyers’ march for freedom

Chris Chong highlights the Malaysian Bar's recent march for peace and freedom in the wake of the sedition crackdown. The recent anti-sedition dragnet by...

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