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Towards a Two-Party System – Azmi Sharom

The Rocket caught up with Dr Azmi Sharom, Associate Professor at University Malaya’s Faculty of Law to pick his …

Shining for Seputeh and Selangor – Teresa Kok

In conjuction with Merdeka Day and Malaysia Day, what does it mean for our country to be celebrating its …

ISA: 50 Years of Oppression – Lim Guan Eng

Chief Minister of Penang and DAP Secretary General Lim Guan Eng was the first to be arrested during the …

Reflections on Malaysia’s Path – Charles Santiago

This year marks the first time that 16 September will be an official public holiday, although it is now …

K. Arumugam: From Policeman to People’s Rep

You were a police inspector, and you also have three degrees and a Masters in Criminal Justice. With a …

The Politics Of PR

In a three-page exclusive interview with Sinchew Daily in September, DAP Parliamentary Leader Lim Kit Siang was put in the hot seat and questioned on a wide variety of issues such as the relationship between Pakatan Rakyat (PR) partners, PAS’ Islamic State agenda, the Malaysian economy, the suitability of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim as the Prime Minister and the possibility of Pakatan Rakyat winning the next General Election.

From student activist to full-time politician – Lau Weng San

In 2004, State Assemblyman for Kampung Tunku, Lau Weng San did something that most people would not even dare contemplate – he gave up a well-paying job as a process engineer in an oil and gas engineering consultancy firm to work full-time for the Democratic Action Party. We caught up with the 31-year-old to find out what makes him tick.