Kenneth Cheng Chee Kin

Kenneth Cheng is a member of Agora Society, a civil group dedicated to the advancement of society based on the principles of democracy and good governance. He is a firm believer in the dictum “power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will”.


6 days ago

Political unity at what cost?

Political unity at what cost?

1 week ago

Umany's case justifies IPCMC

Oversight body will not weaken police but protect people from abuse.

Umany's case justifies IPCMC

1 month ago

Muhyiddin – from high approval to emergency powers

His rapid fall from grace shows the incompetence of his government.

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Muhyiddin – from high approval to emergency powers

1 month ago

Why it is vital to establish legitimacy of the prime minister

Why it is vital to establish legitimacy of the prime minister

2 months ago

Reassessing Syed Saddiq’s youth party

The former minister's track record in uplifting youth is mixed at best.

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3 months ago

Universal basic income worth a shot

Universal basic income worth a shot

3 months ago

Omissions in treatise on Bersatu gambit

Omissions in treatise on Bersatu gambit

4 months ago

Political perfidy in pandemic

6 months ago

Parliament failed us long before May 18

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Parliament failed us long before May 18

7 months ago

Pakatan architect of own downfall

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Pakatan architect of own downfall

8 months ago

PAS’ coalition politics problem

PAS’ coalition politics problem

1 year ago

Getting to the root of parliamentary absenteeism

Getting to the root of parliamentary absenteeism

1 year ago

Cabinet collective responsibility 101

Cabinet collective responsibility 101

1 year ago

Three cheers for Paroi’s ‘fourth vote’!

Three cheers for Paroi’s ‘fourth vote’!

1 year ago

Democracy doublethink – dilemma of the Chinese

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Democracy doublethink – dilemma of the Chinese