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DAP’s 45 years of serving the people – by M Kula Segaran

7 April, 2011
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Forty-five years is a long time in the life of a man, but in the life of political parties, the period isn’t long. The genesis, evolution and maturation of a political organisation would easily take that long or even longer. What matters is whether the party has the ideals that can ... Full Article →

Highs and Lows in 45 years: Interview with Karpal Singh

18 March, 2011
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Highs and lows The lowest was when Lim Kit Siang and myself lost our seats (in 1999), more so for him because he had been holding parliamentary seats consecutively since 1969 and also, he lost by just 108 votes. I lost by 770 votes. For him to have lost at ... Full Article →

From Malaysian Malaysia to Malaysian First -by Wan Hamidi Hamid

2 March, 2011
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  The DAP is irrevocably committed to the ideal of a free, democratic and socialist Malaysia, based on the principles of racial equality, and social and economic justice, and founded on the institutions of parliamentary democracy. We believe that it is possible to mobilise the support of the big majority ... Full Article →

Being Mrs. Lim Kit Siang

25 February, 2011
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Neo Geok Tee, a simple homemaker who spent half a century quietly looking after the family, the woman behind the political giant has managed to remain largely out of the public eye while her iconic husband served the nation through triumphs, tragedies, and great toil. Early days Kit Siang’s initial ... Full Article →

Guan Eng: Kit Siang inspires us to greatness.

25 February, 2011
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How does one acclaim a man who is a living legend? Recognised by every Malaysian for his tireless advocacy for justice and freedom. Acknowledged by friend and foe as an indefatigable fighter for a better Malaysia. And admired universally for his unquestioned courage, incorruptibility and integrity. Shakespeare wrote that some ... Full Article →
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Government’s denial syndrome in both MH370 disaster and ESSCOM continuously tarnishes Malaysia’s image

16 April, 2014 0 Comments

By Lim Kit Siang, MP for Gelang Patah The government’s denial syndrome in both the MH370 disaster and ESSCOM crisis are the biggest stumbling blocks in efforts to restore national and international confidence in the security and good governance in Malaysia. The Malaysiakini interview by the former Sabah Police Commissioner ... Full Article →

Karpal Singh – Permanent principles in heart

17 April, 2014 0 Comments

How does one last 44 years in politics, what more for someone on the opposition bench in Malaysia? Karpal Singh counts as one of the select few in this pantheon of toughies. What makes him tick? Two words – principles and grit. In the April edition of the Rocket we ... Full Article →

Thank you, veterans! Because of you, DAP prevails

2 April, 2014 0 Comments

On 2 March, Penang Chief Minister and DAP MP for Bagan Lim Guan Eng hosted a private dinner in honor of the Penang state DAP veterans. There are over 120 veterans in the state who have been party members for over 30 years. Of the number, about 70 turned up ... Full Article →

50 years of Malaysia – Are we a united nation yet?

28 October, 2013 0 Comments

Up until 2009, Malaysia Day was not recognised as a national holiday, a reflection of the apathy the government and many of its citizens had for this country’s history and unity . Constant barrage of news of one race running down another’s religious and racial sensitivity has drowns out the ... Full Article →