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...

In search of… elusive change in Malaysia

The opposition in Malaysia needs to form a solid coalition if it is seriously thinking of challenging the BN, writes Faisal S Hazis. Although talk...

Irene’s true grit triumphed over a false accusation

Mustafa K Anuar pays tribute to Irene Fernandez and others who have defended the rights of ordinary Malayians. She was initially accused of peddling...

Despite political intrigue and defecting MPs, Rakyat must build on democratic gains

The Rakyat of new Malaysia have understood they have the power to bring about change through the ballot box. We must ensure...

Another midnight shocker: National Security Council Bill

The bill is shocking because it will confer on the prime minister excessive powers in matters of national security, says Christopher Chong. First a...

The more things remain the same, the more things change?

The nagging question is whether at a more fundamental level we are ready for - or can bring about - genuine change to the...

Bersih’s court victory a triumph for justice

The High Court decision to dismiss the Putrajaya's claims for damages against Bersih 2.0’s co-chairpersons, Ambiga and A Samad Said, and 13 other committee...

25, 26, plus many, many more…

Moderate peace-loving Malaysian are standing up to challenge the misguided and irrational views spewed out by groups such as Isma and Perkasa, writes Henry...

Six months after regime change, Malaysia’s new government faces daunting challenges

The Pakatan Harapan government has to steer a course, putting into practice the principles they espoused prior to the general election. This is not...

MH370: What is the truth?

Why did Malaysia take a week to call off the search in the South China Sea if it already knew that the plane had...

Sedition dragnet: Operation Lalang II?

Civil society has responded to the sedition arrests with strong calls to abolish the Sedition Act and announced the formation of Gerak Hapuskan Akta...

Anwar Ibrahim may not get an easy ride in Kajang!

Legal obstacles may be placed in Anwar Ibrahim's path, and any conviction will definitely throw a spanner in the works in the Kajang by-election,...
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