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#MenghitungHariMalaysia Hari 4: Parlimen

#MenghitungHariMalaysia Hari 4: Parlimen

6 hari lagi. Tema Perlembagaan ke-4. Mari Menghitung Hari Ke Hari Malaysia dengan MyConsti!

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Ask Lord Bobo: Laziness, Naughty Students & Patriots

Ask Lord Bobo: Laziness, Naughty Students & Patriots

This week, Lord Bobo tells you the difference between MPs and ADUNs, and pimps UndiMsia!

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The Root Causes of Poverty in Sabah & Sarawak, Exposed (Stories from the East)

The Root Causes of Poverty in Sabah & Sarawak, Exposed (Stories from the East)

Daniel John Jambun outlines 11 major reasons for the poverty levels seen in Sabah & Sarawak.

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The Disenfranchisement of Bona Fide Sabahans (Stories from the East)

The Disenfranchisement of Bona Fide Sabahans (Stories from the East)

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. […]

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Ask Lord Bobo: Party Whipping Can Be More Meaningful

Ask Lord Bobo: Party Whipping Can Be More Meaningful

From the Selangor Times Issue 21, 22-24 April 2011. This week, His Supreme Eminenceness jabbers on about political ideologies, the whip system, and the role of a spouse.

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State Of Sabah (Stories From the East)

State Of Sabah (Stories From the East)

In this piece, Ryan Soo looks back at the formation of Malaysia in 1963 and the journey of his home state Sabah since then. Has the promise of the Federation been truly fulfilled? Or is it just one long trail of broken dreams?

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Free & Fair Elections – The Mathematics of Representation (Stories from the East)

Free & Fair Elections – The Mathematics of Representation (Stories from the East)

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.

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The (Malaysian) King’s Speech

The (Malaysian) King’s Speech

This article is neither about Colin Firth nor King George VI. It is about the High King of Malaysia, Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin, the speech he made in the opening of the 4th session of the 12th Parliament, and the institutional set-up surrounding it.

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Renewable Energy Bill 2010 – Part 2: What Are The Concerns?

Renewable Energy Bill 2010 – Part 2: What Are The Concerns?

The Parliament sitting on March 7th 2011 tabled the Renewable Energy Bill 2010, and the Sustainable Energy Development Authority Bill 2010 for the second reading. Do you know what these bills mean to you? Part 2 of a series by Leong ChowPong.

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Renewable Energy Bill 2010 – Part 1: What it means to us?

Renewable Energy Bill 2010 – Part 1: What it means to us?

The Parliament sitting on March 7th 2011 will table the Renewable Energy Bill 2010, and the Sustainable Energy Development Authority Bill 2010 for the second reading. Do you know what these bills mean to you?

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Argumentum ad Hominem

Argumentum ad Hominem

A call to discuss constructively, instead of resorting to personal attacks.

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My Belief And My Answer To My Children!

My Belief And My Answer To My Children!

Why I don’t believe in democracy, elections, taxation, the constitution, freedom, human rights, our parliament, government, and violence against violence.

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Special Court Rules Banning Public And Media Unconstitutional

Special Court Rules Banning Public And Media Unconstitutional

Perhaps the only question which remains is whether any public-spirited media organisation or person will take the new rules banning them to task. But then again, if the Chief Justice himself advised the Yang di-Pertuan Agong that the ban was legal, how would a suit in our courts declaring the rules unconstitutional fare?

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The LoyarBurok Interview (Part 3): UKM 4 – Fight For Students Freedom!

The LoyarBurok Interview (Part 3): UKM 4 – Fight For Students Freedom!

In this final instalment, the UKM 4 tells us why they are going on a David and Goliath battle in challenging the constitutionality of the UUCA in a court of law.

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