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The elephant behind Malaysia’s brain drain
It’s really about our people finding a sense of belonging in their own country.
Giving constitutional protection to nature
Human beings and the environment are inextricably linked.
A deficient democracy
Curbing freedoms of speech and the media should only be allowed for reasons of security, public order or morality.
Muda exit from unity govt leaves unease in its wake
Move deprives government of two-thirds majority in parliament.
Johor by-elections a wake-up call for the victors
Perikatan might have lost but it managed to snag more votes.
Will Zahid’s charges be dropped?
AGC’s decision on letters of representation may free – though not acquit – the deputy prime minister.
Heightened food insecurity in wake of Fukushima water release
Government must take steps to boost local production for home consumption.
Dangerous to mix party, govt affairs
Blurring lines between the two seriously impacts integrity of administration.
Politicking makes a mockery of people’s struggles
Leaders are duty bound to improve living standards.
Books ban harks back to bad old days
It is a step backwards by a supposedly forward-looking government.
Moving to the middle
Pakatan Harapan-Barisan Nasional must not be tempted to slide into conservatism.
A divided nation in need of healing
Unity government must prioritise justice, transparency, accountability.
Offering help to a mother who stole
Lawyer’s humane gesture a reminder to shun politics of race and religion.
Elections spur jitters, gags and surprises
Leaders appear to be tripping over themselves to appeal to voters.