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| October 23, 2016

Rahman Dahlan promises immediate action, says companies that seek government contracts to be scrutinised. More ››

May 2, 2013
Nurul Izzah

It allows differing views to be resolved pragmatically, says the PKR vice-president. More ››

| January 17, 2013
HKR 2013

The show of support at the Saturday rally is yet another clear indication that the rakyat wants a change... More ››

| September 26, 2012
Najib Tun Razak

The prime minister says his raft of reforms also show his administration has delivered on its promise to improve... More ››

| July 9, 2012
Najib ISA

The prime minister says maintaining the ISA would only help those detained garner more support. More ››

| July 5, 2012
bn pakatan air

Both BN and Pakatan are to be blamed for delving in short-term populist policies to garner voters' support instead... More ››

| June 29, 2012
mahathir bersih

Mahathir finds it is politically satisfying to mislead or fool the rakyat into believing that the Bersih 3.0 protest... More ››

June 18, 2012
Class Room New

A total transformation must reflect the multi-ethnic nature of the nation, and should reduce the impact of electoral politics. More ››

June 17, 2012

He was skeptical of Najib's liberalising moves and suggested authorities are too soft on a rising movement demanding free... More ››

June 11, 2012
org mengundi

The problems of this nation cannot be solved by ‘cosmetic surgery’ via amending the laws or providing incentives to... More ››

| June 9, 2012
najib genera election

The amendment to the Evidence Act intends to prevent people from hurling baseless accusations and posting hate-rantings against the... More ››

| June 2, 2012

His approval rating may have dipped slightly but, with Malay support increasing, a few tweakings could see the premier... More ››

| May 30, 2012
Tunku Abdul Aziz

Former DAP vice-chairman Tunku Aziz Tunku Ibrahim must realise that the good old days of when the government cared... More ››

| May 29, 2012
najib razak

The prime minister cannot expect to get civil treatment from angry citizens overseas or reverent silence from enraged citizens... More ››

April 27, 2012

How the authorities deal with the Bersih 3.0 rally tomorrow will reveal if the PM is serious about his... More ››

| April 19, 2012

Despite protests from opposition MPs, parliament is likely to pass eights Bills and hear debates on five motions today. More ››

| April 11, 2012
nazri aziz

There is no other legislation, says the de facto law minister. More ››

April 10, 2012

The new Security Offences (Special Measures) Act would allow the government to detain those deemed a security threat... More ››

January 26, 2012
najib malaysian

Najib appears as a political weakling who, time and again, back pedals on promised reforms to cater to the... More ››

| January 25, 2012
najib razak

The World Chinese Economic Forum has endorsed the prime minister's fair and just leadership. More ››

| January 11, 2012
najib umno

The Umno conservatives are not happy with Najib as they see his reform agenda as a weakness. More ››

January 11, 2012

For democracy to function optimally, there needs to be a form of exchange between the establishment and the public More ››

December 30, 2011

What has the abolition of the Internal Security Act to do with race relations? More ››

| December 26, 2011

People-backed reforms are urgently needed to stop Malaysia from becoming a failed democracy. More ››

December 20, 2011

At a time when an international magazine makes protesters its Person of the Year, Najib is fighting hard to... More ››

| November 30, 2011
Sabah Election

Known as the wild east because of its freewheeling business, land grabs, vote buying and illegal immigrants, Sabahans are... More ››

| November 30, 2011
Najib Barisan Nasional

The prime minister's words and actions can be summed in this cliche: he does not mean what he says... More ››

| November 30, 2011
Protests New

An NLD spokesman says that the reform promised by Myanmar's new protest law could be restricted to paper alone. More ››

November 29, 2011
Bersih 2011 1

Just as Myanmar and Cambodia are showing progress, Najib's government here is moving backwards by curbing the civil liberties... More ››

| November 29, 2011

It says its version complies with international standards. More ››

| November 29, 2011
anti gay protest at lake garden

A group of anti-gay protesters also showed up in the march to Parliament but they were directing their anger... More ››

| November 29, 2011
Anwar Protes

Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim says it is a strength and not a weakness to let people have a say. More ››

November 27, 2011
Najib Protes

New amendments will be proposed during the second reading stage in parliament on Tuesday, including shortening the period of... More ››

| November 26, 2011
Datuk Sri Najib Tun Abd Razak

The reforms help distract and reduce the rakyat's worries about electoral fraud and the National Feedlot Corporation's alleged misuse... More ››

| November 26, 2011
najib rakyat

The Prime Minister has also committed one or all seven of the Cardinal sins, which are pride, anger, lust,... More ››

| November 23, 2011

Calling it worse than Section 27 of the Police Act, Bersih 2.0 chief S Ambiga says the Bill reflects... More ››

| November 1, 2011

In welcoming the Court of Appeal decision to nullify a section of the UUCA, law professor Azmi Sharom says... More ››

| October 31, 2011

The Court of Appeal ruling is a vindication that students should be allowed to decide for themselves. More ››

October 31, 2011

The Court of Appeal rules the ban violates human rights and free speech. More ››

and | October 5, 2011

The Parliament has passed laws to repeal the Restricted Residences Act and the Banishment Act today. More ››

| October 5, 2011
bersih rally_police teargas

The revelation in Parliament that RM2 million was spent in dealing with the Bersih 2.0 rally on July has... More ››

| October 3, 2011
HIsyamuddin ISA

Government is sincere in its reform pledge, says home minister, but consultations with stakeholders was necessary before it is... More ››

| October 3, 2011

In Parliament today, the government is proposing to repeal the Restricted Residence Act and the Banishment Act, and to... More ››

| October 3, 2011
Najib Parlimen

Was Najib making an open confession that with the ISA around, there was little hope for democracy to survive? More ››

| September 30, 2011
Najib ISA

Najib's political reforms will start with the repeal of the Banishment and Restricted Residence Act when Parliament reconvenes on... More ››

| September 30, 2011
Pm Malaysia Flag

Will we still be euphoric, after the elections, when Najib tells us that there are more pressing issues to... More ››

September 30, 2011
Internal Security Act

Why is there a justification for new anti-terrorism laws when our existing laws can cope with any eventuality? More ››

September 29, 2011
jeffrey kitingan

Sabah's political son Jeffrey Kitingan wasn't a hardened criminal but it was a living-death under the 'not too cruel'... More ››

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