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...

Aayoh… so terrible these people!

Amidst the doom and gloom around the nation with 1MDB, TPP and the crackdown on activists, Prema Devaraj finds pockets of hope. At various...

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...

Why is the Umno-BN government using the Sedition Act to arrest people now?

It seems clear that they are using this opportunity to destroy Anwar Ibrahim and his party PKR, observes Francis Loh. On 10 February 2015,...

Come, walk the talk

The rakyat must really stand up and be counted, says Henry Loh. We are tired of being given the runaround. It is time to...

Despite turbulent times, focus on the struggle for change

After a breathless ride through October that left us wondering what's next, Prema Devaraj urges us to continue to support efforts which will bring...

Getting out of our political haze

The prospects for change will depend on how the Opposition is able to gain support and partnerships in the Borneo states of Sabah and...

‘You knock out one Karpal, a hundred Karpals will rise’

Guided by principles of justice and truth, Karpal Singh was at the forefront of the struggle to safeguard the constitutional rights of all Malaysians,...

2015 – a momentous year that rocked Malaysia

This year had it all: GST, price hikes, the 1MDB debacle, the incredible RM2.6bn 'donation and the NSC Bill. Henry Loh reviews a year...

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...

Malaysia at a crossroads

As the journey continues, there are times when the country’s downward spiral seems endless but we must not stop voicing our concerns and pushing...

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...

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