2013 TA Online

Thinking Allowed Online is an avenue for writers including non-Aliran members to express themselves on current issues. The views expressed need not necessarily reflect Aliran’s official position.

Fama dan pertanian perkauman?

Rakyat Malaysia sudah tentunya mengharapkan Fama tidak akan menjadi satu-satu agensi pemerintah yang cuba, secara langsung atau tidak langsung, menanam benih perkauman di Malaysia,...

Local council elections are our right!

Ratepayers who contribute such a huge sum to the coffers of the council have a right to hold councillors accountable for their performance, says...

The Great Malaysian Train Robbery

Our national news is the stuff of legends, writes Sheila Santharamohana. Most Malaysians stay riveted for hours to online news portals reading about real-life...

Instrusion into Sabah: Scapegoating the Opposition before knowing the facts

What really is the motive for the irresponsible secrecy by the BN on a real national security issue in Sabah, wonders Angeline Loh. The...

RM100 ‘aid’ for pupils – another 1Malaysia programme to woo voters?

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The dishing out of more handouts will not change Leena Mohan's mind about wanting a change this coming general election. In mid-January 2013, I...

Malaysia’s expressions of sympathy from a distance only

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Unfortunately, the government will not guarantee the safety of those in conflict zones if they arrive in Malaysia as asylum seekers and refugees, laments...

Is SEDAR sedar of what makes for clean and fair elections?

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Ravinder Singh takes to task a local think-tank director for claiming that statements about our election system being unfair are false. Sedar stands for...

Election fraud in South America

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Even if one cannot do a lot against election fraud, there are still a lot of ways to oblige the government to adopt clear...

Are elections all about bribing?

Instead of debating their policies and ideas to overcome the predicament faced by the people, BN leaders are resorting to bribing voters in order...

Poor strategic planning on minimum wage implementation

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The government has implemented the minimum wage policy for political reasons without any strategic plan to address the flood of foreign workers into the...

The waltzing AG

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Laws are supposed to be interpreted by the courts, but here we have the attorney general who interprets them to justify not taking action,...

Can Najib serve as crown witness?

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Najib should ponder a wild idea to strike a compromise with Pakatan Rakyat to clean up the mess surrounding the general election, writes John...

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