Saturday, 08 May 2021


... to be involved in the various aspects of the election. If compulsory quarantine is required for all without exception, this could have wider implications on the functioning of these institutions and organisations ...
Saturday, 12 September 2020
22. SUARAM on "Independent" IPCMC....
(Compass Points/Current Affairs)
... by all quarters with compromises accepted by many. By reintroducing a new IPCMC bill, the Perikatan Nasional administration will undermine the tireless effort put forward by all stakeholders involved in ...
Tuesday, 11 August 2020
23. BERSIH - Trust Deficit in Public Institutions
(Compass Points/Current Affairs)
... money laundering charges. Public perception of selective prosecution or immunity from prosecution is unavoidable as the power to appoint people into key positions such as the Attorney-General, ...
Sunday, 09 August 2020
24. Party Hopping Won't End with Sabah Snap Elections
(Compass Points/Current Affairs)
... and politicians refuse to accept the outcome as final and respect the five-year mandate given to the winning coalition.   Elected representatives should not disregard their constituents' wishes and ...
Thursday, 30 July 2020
25. DIC Memorial 2020
(Compass Points/Current Affairs)
... hand, rather than as a contradictory concept. "They are mutually reinforcing. In a civilised society, good policing and human rights go hand in hand," he added.   Source: ...
Friday, 17 July 2020
26. UNSR Praises Malaysia for raising PLI, but...
(Social Inclusion Act/In Focus)
... disproportionately affected by poverty and excluded from official figures, indigenous people who face severe discrimination and rights violations, and women who have exceptionally low rates of workforce ...
Monday, 13 July 2020
27. Malaysia Backtracking on Poverty Commitment
(Social Inclusion Act/In Focus)
... internationally accepted standards’ is a smokescreen and ignores the blatant mismatch between reality and statistics. Pretending that almost no-one in the entire country lives in poverty doesn’t change ...
Monday, 06 July 2020
Surely we, the Rakyat, have the right to know what CIR reported to CEP Posted on August 26, 2018     The Committee on Institutional Reforms (CIR) submitted its report to the Council ...
Monday, 27 August 2018
... that the Malays are no longer gullible, rather they are a thinking lot and the UMNO leadership must accept that fact if the party wants to survive the next general election. Hasn’t UMNO learnt a bitter ...
Tuesday, 07 August 2018
30. Delaying Local Government Elections is Unacceptable
(Compass Points/Current Affairs)
DELAYING LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS IS UNACCEPTABLE Press statement by Kua Kia Soong, SUARAM Adviser 6 August 2018. Ever since local elections were suspended in 1965 during the Confrontation ...
Monday, 06 August 2018
... seems to be more susceptible to mutations than nuclear DNA It would be erroneous to draw conclusions about human ancestry, evolution and migration based on mtDNA alone, without including looking at nuclear ...
Monday, 06 August 2018
32. Misrepresentation of SOSMA and POCA Must Stop
(Compass Points/Current Affairs)
... activity detrimental to parliamentary democracy) were also made in line with the provisions of the Criminal Procedure Code and not SOSMA (with the exception of Maria Chin Abdullah’s detention). This is ...
Tuesday, 31 July 2018
33. Make NEP a needs-based policy
(Social Inclusion Act/Media)
... The Commission will help to dispel the racist suspicions and will be conducive towards implementing the meritocracy policy, with wide public acceptance. The NEP has been implemented with so much politics ...
Monday, 30 July 2018
34. Truth
(Jati Diri/A Relevant Life)
... their identity, then they seek acceptance. So commence an invisible competition of, who has the better life, happier family, trendier clothes, sportier gear, but behind this façade, this mask, ...
Saturday, 10 May 2014
35. Rule of Law or Rule by Zahid’s Law?
(Compass Points/Letters)
... serious mistakes against the nation. GBM is aghast at his behavior. It is totally unacceptable of a Minister of any country! Blatantly ignoring the fact that 51 per cent of the peoples’ popular vote ...
Tuesday, 15 October 2013
... has been a year since the SIA was mooted. The response from political parties from both sides of the divide (with the exception of the ideologically based parties PSM & PRM) has been at best, lukewarm. ...
Monday, 09 September 2013
37. GBM against racism in Malaysia
(Compass Points/Letters)
... the polling stations could be described as a tsunami, then it was truly a "Malaysian tsunami". Alternatively, considering the fact that BN lost all state capitals except Kangar and Johor Bahru, one may ...
Thursday, 09 May 2013
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