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Confessions of an Alleged Neutralist Who Lacks Conviction

Confessions of an Alleged Neutralist Who Lacks Conviction

JoFan Pang shares his thoughts on the current post-GE13 kerfuffle.

Another Day, Another Doomed Strategic Litigation

Another Day, Another Doomed Strategic Litigation

A lamentation on the slim probability of success in strategic litigation cases.

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REFSA Rojak: Crisps of the Week (20-26 July)

REFSA Rojak: Crisps of the Week (20-26 July)

While Selangor wades in a wet conflict, Seda is apathetic about being duped …

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EC must focus on solutions, not explanations

EC must focus on solutions, not explanations

Bersih 2.0 Press Statement, 26 July 2012.

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Unclean Thoughts

Unclean Thoughts

Hafidz Baharom’s much mulled-over reflections on Bersih 3.0.

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Malaysiakini: Ambiga upset with Pakatan MPs over PSC

Malaysiakini: Ambiga upset with Pakatan MPs over PSC

“This word ‘fulfilled’ is irritating to me”

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TMI: Ambiga denies Pakatan hijacking Bersih, unhappy with members’ PSC role

TMI: Ambiga denies Pakatan hijacking Bersih, unhappy with members’ PSC role

“The (PSC) report is as good as a thesis.”

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Ask Lord Bobo: Dissolving the Selangor DUN, and Bersih again?

Ask Lord Bobo: Dissolving the Selangor DUN, and Bersih again?

Yellow life-disrupters? And Selangor State Secretary mischiefery? Lord Bobo’s back!

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The Long and Curious Trajectory of “Regime Change” in Malaysia

The Long and Curious Trajectory of “Regime Change” in Malaysia

Is a regime change already happening?

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Overseas Malaysians, be the cause in the matter and vote

Overseas Malaysians, be the cause in the matter and vote

Let’s Rise Above Whingers and Armchair Critics

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REFSA Rojak: Crisps of the Week (14-19 Jan)

REFSA Rojak: Crisps of the Week (14-19 Jan)

A mix of fresh headlines in the news and more.

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Peaceful Assembly Bill: Analysis

Peaceful Assembly Bill: Analysis

What the provisions of the Bill mean, translated into a real-life scenario.

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Time to move

Time to move

Why it’s crucial for you to be moving and involved in championing democracy for Malaysia.

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TEMPO: Can Mass Protests Bring Change?

TEMPO: Can Mass Protests Bring Change?

REMEMBER the Bersih 2.0 rally?

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Bersih 2.0: Essay And Short Story Writing Competition RM6,000.00 For Grabs!

Bersih 2.0: Essay And Short Story Writing Competition RM6,000.00 For Grabs!

The folks at Diskopi together with the Strategic Information and Research Development Centre (SIRD) are offering a total of RM6,000.00 in cash for an essay and short story writing competition in regards to what happened before, during and after Bersih 2.0. The competition is open to all Malaysians between the age of 18 and 30 […]

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Ask Lord Bobo: Twitter, silat, and a certain July 9 rally

Ask Lord Bobo: Twitter, silat, and a certain July 9 rally

This week, His Supreme Eminenceness talks about THAT rally.

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Engaging With Bersih: An “Illegal” Association?

Engaging With Bersih: An “Illegal” Association?

Tommy Thomas reveals the hypocrisy of the current Government.

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Heroes?

Heroes?

It is ironic that people are commended for doing the things they are entitled to.

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Time for BN to do some reflection

Time for BN to do some reflection

An observation by the Deputy Minister of Youth & Sports on the Government’s response post-July 9th.

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On the censorship of “The Economist”

Media statement by MCA Vice-President YB Senator Gan Ping Sieu.

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