Post Tagged with: "1Malaysia"

1Care or 1Scare?

1 March, 2012
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What we know so far is this: there is no certainty with regards to the new health care policy. There is only one known document that tells us what it is about. Said document is a PowerPoint presentation. But apparently it is already in its final stages of implementation. Doctors ... Full Article →

1Malaysia, 1TwitterJaya: Not political. Really.

17 February, 2012

 The 1Malaysia logo is not a political logo. Please trust the Prime Minister. He knows best. If he says the logo is not political, who are we to argue? He was the one who coined up the idea in the first, not some Israeli company looking to make a profit ... Full Article →

RM50 million should be spent on providing free Wifi

3 August, 2011
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by Lim Guan Eng Malaysians hope that Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak will heed the voice of the rakyat and Malaysian netizens to cancel the provision of free 1Malaysia email accounts and give free wifi instead. Spending RM50 million on duplicating efforts of Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, etc to provide free ... Full Article →

Najib and Pemandu must come clean with the “1Malaysia Email Project”

3 August, 2011
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by Tony Pua It is almost comical the way our Prime Minister and Pemandu officials are heaping layers of misleading and contradictory statements in an attempt to cover up the “1Malaysia email project” fiasco. First, Pemandu had to take the trouble to edit the description of the project from a ... Full Article →

Religious bigotry on the rise again under 1Malaysia policy -by Dr Chen Man Hin

5 April, 2011
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The seizure of 30,000 Christian Bibles printed in Malay and imported into Malaysia is a serious breach of religious freedom. This is a glaring example of the failure of Najib’s promise of a better Malaysia for all, irrespective of race, culture and religion. Reliable sources say that the Bibles do not ... Full Article →

Is Najib becoming Pak Lah? – by Liew Chin Tong

5 April, 2011
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Is Najib increasingly resembling his predecessor, Tun Abdullah Badawi, whom he replaced? Two years since Najib assumed office, the state of the nation speaks for itself clearer than any sobriquet would. Let’s examine what has changed and what has not since Najib took over from Abdullah in 2009. Early into his ... Full Article →

Shining for Seputeh and Selangor – Teresa Kok

3 September, 2010
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In conjuction with Merdeka Day and Malaysia Day, what does it mean for our country to be celebrating its 47th year as a nation? We are all citizens of Malaysia and proud to be so. As such, we should all love this country and I think the unexpected results of ... Full Article →

K. Arumugam: From Policeman to People’s Rep

2 September, 2010

You were a police inspector, and you also have three degrees and a Masters in Criminal Justice. With a civil service background, what led you to join politics? The unfair staff promotion system in the civil service was one of the reasons that eventually led me to leave and then ... Full Article →
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The evolution of political Islam in Malaysia

27 September, 2015 0 Comments

On Political realignment, Part 2 BY Liew Chin Tong, DAP Political Education Director and Kluang MP   I would divide the evolution of political Islam in Malaysia into three stages: Islamic revival/resurgent which culminated in changes in UMNO and PAS in 1982, the emergence of PAS’ progressive faction in 1998, ... Full Article →

Nurul Nuha: The face behind #KitaLawan

8 April, 2015 0 Comments

There is something about Nurul Nuha Anwar that seems familiar, the first time you meet her. You cannot really put your finger on it, but it is as if you have met her before, or have known her for absolutely ages. Which is unlikely to be so, since Nuha, who ... Full Article →

Penang launches campaign to combat violence against women

19 November, 2014 3 Comments

The Penang State Government has launched a historic three-week state-wide campaign against Violence Against Women (VAW) to raise awareness about preventing violence against women and girls. This is the first state-sponsored event of its kind organised by the Penang State Executive Council for Women, Family and Community Development, and the Penang ... Full Article →

Who’s afraid of the big, bad Sedition Act?

5 May, 2015 0 Comments

By Pauline Wong The recently passed amendments to the Sedition Act and the newly-minted Prevention of Terrorism Act have been divisive, to say the least. Opinions on these two Acts have been completely on opposite ends, with on side saying it is necessary to protect public peace and order, and ... Full Article →