The continuing electoral roll cleanup, more “beef valley” stench, and tainted KR1M goods.
Sex and our city certainly had a lot of us tuning in religiously (pun not intended).
Daniel J Jambun puts aside finger-pointing and questions the Government’s aversion to using White Paper.
Why local council elections need to be considered with caution.
Eric Choo analyses the recent Kedah entertainment ban, as fingers pointed at various parties.
A letter on the fundamental principal of separation between the church/mosque and state.
Why Bersih has more in common with American realpolitik than most would care to admit.
Reflections of the incidents of May 13, 42 years ago, and how Malaysia has grown since then.
This paper by the Common Interest Group Malaysia (CigMa) highlights the plight of the 19 million people of Borneo, in particular Sabahans under the Federation of Malaysia. It details the policies and actions of the Government at both Federal and State levels that have led to the marginalisation and disenfranchisement of the natives of Borneo. […]
Together with hundreds of thousands of other Sarawakians, M. Chauhan recently exercised his right as a citizen to vote in the State elections. So which part of “MY RIGHT TO VOTE” does Utusan Malaysia not understand?
Tan Shang Neng rants against the powers that be, in despair for the youth of a country devoid of Hope. He cries out for a beacon to guide this country back to its true path.
In Part 2 of his personal account of the recent Sarawak state elections, Ong Kian Ming describes the whole gamut of running the DAP’s campaign, from the drama behind the hiring and training of polling and counting agents (only to have them go missing on polling day), protesting EC officers’ refusal to issue Borang 14s, coming up with ideas for billboards and advertisements to finally giving a moving answer to why we go through the hardship of winning an election. It’s about translating Hope into real positive changes.
Continuing on with this week’s Stories from the East, Sarawak lawyer Wee Wui Kiat asks, post-Sarawak elections, if our current system of vote counting and selection of candidates are truly capable of delivering fair representation in our Parliament and State Assemblies.
In this first of a two-part series under this week’s Stories from the East collection, political analyst Dr Ong Kian Ming writes about his recent eye-opening experience being in the thick of the DAP’s Sarawak election campaign in Sibu.
Ivy Kwek gives a first-hand account of the DAP campaign in the recently concluded Sarawak State Elections
LoyarBurokker and Sibu native Adrian Chew tells us to watch closely, as change is in the air in Sarawak.
June Rubis goes beyond the poster wars of the Sarawak State Election 2011 and calls upon the rakyat to be part of the Force in rebuilding the State.
John Ling remembers the people whom Malaysia has forgotten