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...

Challenging times for new Malaysia

The fact that peace finally prevailed after the Subang Jaya temple incidents and during the anti-Icerd rally shows that the new Malaysia is on...

Aliran ushers in ‘new Malaysia’

The old politics of race and religion should no longer be an obstacle in our long and winding journey to build a new Malaysia,...

Reforms must be continued, not delayed

Although we should be understanding about the slow pace of reforms, this does not mean we should allow the government to delay these reforms,...

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...
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New government not the same as old one: Some positive signs

Despite some hiccups and unhappiness, Henry Loh gives us some signs to show how the new government has been different from the previous regime....

Aliran’s Regime Change book to be launched soon

Happy Merdeka! It is a wonderful feeling to celebrate Merdeka 2018 after GE14, which saw the end of 60 years of Umno-BN rule. Developments...

Encouraging signs as PH government reaches 100-day mark

There is much reason to remain hopeful that the new government is moving on the right track and is committed to reforms, writes Henry...

Celebrating the dawn of a new Malaysia

The outcome of the 2018 general election was an historic moment is a vindication of Aliran’s commitment to a new Malaysia. Chris Chong outlines...

In new Malaysia, winners don’t take all

The new government consists of reformers, conservatives, secularists, Islamists, the young and the old guard - a mix that could chart a more...

After the 2018 election, time to consolidate and sustain democracy

While consolidating democracy involves a top-down process of lawmaking and implementation, sustaining democracy is a bottom-up process of checks and balances. Malaysia needs both,...

Creating the change

The change we seek will have to take place on many levels - but each of us must participate for that to happen, writes...

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