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Youth voters sparking New Politics in Malaysia

New Politics is the rage now among young first-time voters, who articulate their opposition for entrenched, race-based state policies via social media, says Adil...

GE13 outcome: All is not lost; we soldier on

The choices you make today will determine a future. The future might not be tomorrow, or the next ten years. But don't give up...

Who do I vote for? Pakatan/Opposition? BN? Malaysia?

BN has ruled since independence - so they have experience and yes, they have something for us to evaluate, says Charles Hector. No one...

Looking backwards, looking forward

As Malaysians head to the polls, perhaps it is a good time to pause and look backward towards the lessons of the 2008 general...

Makan minum, let’s talk politics

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Want to speak your mind freely without being charged with sedition or ISA or illegal assembly? Hang out at the nearest Teh Tarik or...

Hudud versus sharia law and Islamisation

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While BN is solely responsible for encroaching Islamisation of the country, it accuses Pas for being extremist in its support of Hudud, says Tota. To...

The crude, the bad and the ugly

Mustafa K Anuar takes to task the mainstream media for its appallingly lopsided coverage of the general election campaign. On 24 April 2013, the...

100000 Penangites at Esplanade screaming ‘Ubah’! (Photos)

A mammoth crowd of Penangites gathered in Padang Kota Lama, George Town on 3 May 2013. Our roving photographer was at the scene. Impossible to...

Predicament of 700,000 government pensioners

Potential law-makers standing for elections must stand up for the financial needs of pensioners, urges Mahalingam Kathirasu. The truth is that the government pensioners...

Malaysia can do without Ghani Othman but Malaysians can’t do without Kit Siang!

Kit Siang is a true-blooded Malaysian patriot who has sacrificed his entire life for the good of this nation, says P Ramakrishnan. Tomorrow will...

Janji tidak ditepati

The BN government must keep its July 2012 minimum wage promise to workers, says Charles Hector. With the adoption of the Minimum Wages Order 2012...

An urgent open letter to Indian Malaysians

Tota issues a special appeal to the community not to fall prey to vote-buying, open bribery and empty promises as they head to the...

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