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Why discrimination is bad ‘education’ for students
For society to move forward, there must be mutual respect for and understanding of different cultures.
Living together in pursuit of Malaysia
Toxic peninsular culture of racial, religious politics, bigotry proving too divisive for East Malaysians.
Why government should stop mistreating mothers of stateless children
Emotional subject exposes double standard in administration, more so with Malaysia’s bid for UN rights council.
Ahmad Maslan’s bid for deputy speaker
Umno secretary-general’s proposal to create additional posts draws hilarious and angry responses from concerned Malaysians.
Let media freedom thrive in Parliament
Restriction appears jarring in midst of institutional reforms offer by government.
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Saving the precious forest reserve in Selangor
People power made it possible throughout 18-month campaign.
Special envoys court domestic unease
Why the need for trio’s reappointment when there are diplomats already stationed in the three regions?
Selangor, don’t be deaf to the people’s objections
Worries remain despite deferment of degazettement of the Kuala Langat North Forest Reserve.
A Merdeka to celebrate amid a pandemic
Crisis galvanises ordinary folk to come together, help the needy, press for change.
Woes of a cabinet maker
Purported lists of members in Ismail Sabri’s administration – new faces and uninspiring ones – make their rounds on social media.
‘Family’ hope for a healed Malaysia
New PM has a lot of persuading to do if he wants to win over the sceptics.
Why Muhyiddin Yassin is relieved
8th prime minister’s short tenure enables him to appreciate top post’s heavy and demanding duties.
Watching the political spectacle from the sidelines
Some voters feel alienated from democratic process of electing a govt, with lawmakers’ shenanigans.
What does it take to care, Perikatan?
Muhyiddin's time as prime minister marred by inept leadership and indifference to the people's welfare.
The undignified silence of the Dewan Rakyat
Confusion, disagreement, accusation reign among officers trusted to protect interests of Parliament, democracy.
An offer dead on arrival
Muhyiddin Yassin’s seven-point offer on national TV shameless and shameful.
Forced respect for leaders
Some seem to have forgotten that respect, let alone adulation, has to be earned.
Speaking cautiously of a government change
Wan Junaidi rich in his comments about Pakatan trying to topple govt, given his part in same last year.
Is the Bandaraya Move a circle jerk?
Malaysians need action, not politicians posing as pop group members on stage auditioning for leadership.
A guide to being a selfless politician
Political aspirants would do well to take a tip or two from Dr Mahathir.
Another restart for Malaysia by the end of today?
Umno’s withdrawal of support for Muhyiddin Yassin leaves him in a precarious position.