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When perks are not everything to the opposition leader
Anwar Ibrahim is to be commended for pledging monetary remuneration to the poor.
Down the beaten path to national unity
Plans to foster harmonious ties should be crafted based on lessons learnt from the past.
Don’t snip dramas of Datuks with mistresses, bribes
Denying certain elements of social reality on television would not make the unpleasant truth go away.
Is Umno operating in a crowded arena?
Many Malay-based parties have the same mantra of ‘Malay race, religion and country’.
Is it Shahidan’s job to plug potholes?
His call implies officers from City Hall not doing their work satisfactorily.
A troubling lack of urgency in the Dewan Rakyat
It is an injustice to the people to deny their reps the chance to discuss the Pandora Papers issue immediately.
When Malaysia's minorities don't feel at home
Temperatures rise over recent controversies involving badminton player S. Kisona and preacher Syakir Nasoha.
When it pays to be a lawmaker
Remunerations derived from national coffers and enjoyed by long-serving politicians must be reviewed.
Why fear questions, Malaysia?
Education system’s emphasis on getting good grades hampers better and holistic understanding of certain global aspects.
Government needs a jab of policy consistency
Conflicting messages from ministers on safety of going to vaccination centres don’t inspire confidence in undocumented workers.
Parliamentarians playing hooky?
Lack of attendance is especially egregious when the MP is missing without good reason.
Malaysian women still face sexism
Judging by the harassment they are subjected to, it is clear some men still perceive women as sexual objects.
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.
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.