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Political momentum can be restored in Selangor from lessons learnt in MB crisis

By Lim Kit Siang, MP for Gelang Patah The latest University Malaya’s Centre for Democracy and Elections (UMcedel) polls …

Selangor Water Restructuring Deal: Make it public or invite accusations of corruption

By Charles Santiago, Klang MP The federal government’s continued resistance to making the Selangor water restructuring agreement public is …

Gerakan must be consistent and press for action against all “pendatang” remarks

By Chong Zhemin, DAP Perak Economic Development Bureau Chief Following the “pendatang” remark, Gerakan has suspended the membership of …

The abolition of the Sedition Act is a generational duty

By Yeo Bee Yin, Damansara Utama State Assemblywoman On 16 October 2014, while hundreds of lawyers in suits took …

Malaysians must resist downward spiral into extremism

By Lim Guan Eng, Secretary General of the DAP Malaysians must resist any socio-political engineering efforts to change our …

To advance moderation globally, Najib must do this domestically first

By Lim Kit Siang, MP for Gelang Patah Ironically, it is the Prime Minister Najib Razak himself who, within …

In high speed railway project, don’t neglect commuter connectivity

The High Speed Railway (HSR)  scheduled to be completed before 2020 would elevate Malaysian train system to a whole …

Will Sabahans suffer “like fools” from high tolls charges and being left out from the construction contracts for the Pan Borneo Highway?

By DAP Sabah Chairman-cum-MP for Kota Kinabalu Jimmy Wong Sze Phin and DAP Sabah Deputy Chairman-cum-MP for Sandakan Stephen …

Eviction of Kampung Mutiara residents inhumane without compensation

The Penang State Government criticised the eviction of the residents of Kampung Mutiara, calling it inhumane to force them out …

Dialogue with the deaf BN

Is reasoning with Najib and UMNO/BN government about iniquities and injustices of Sedition Act a dialogue with the deaf? …