Why is PKR so muddled up?

PKR was once the great hope of Malaysian politics – it was ostensibly multiracial and it had a credible candidate for prime minister in Anwar Ibrahim. … [Read more...]

Abolition of Cabotage policy- what does DAP want?

For so many many years, DAP has called for Govt to abolish the Cabotage policy and even made this their elections promise umpteenth times. DAP has … [Read more...]

1MDB-IPIC: Bombshell letter from the British Virgin Islands Govt (27.4.17)

Further to my blog post two days ago on the USD6 billion settlement between IPIC and 1MDB, there has been a new development. In IPIC's announcement … [Read more...]

Why is it so important to have a truly independent Judiciary? (26.4.17)

Some in the legal fraternity ponder over the appointment of our new Chief Justice recently.  With one retired and the short tenure of the new one, who … [Read more...]

IPIC-1MDB settlement: What you need to know (25.4.17)

The news that 1MDB and Abu Dhabi's IPIC has come to a USD6 billion settlement instead of continuing with their international arbitration has come to a … [Read more...]

Jomo on Trump presidency, Malaysian lessons (16.11.16)

INTERVIEW Jomo KS, former assistant secretary-general for economic development in the United Nations and recipient of the 2007 Wassily Leontief Prize … [Read more...]

Vote against Hadi’s Private Members Bill — Malaysian Consultative Council of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Sikhism, and Taoism (16.10.16)

The  Malaysian  Counsultative  Council  of  Buddhism, Christianity, Hindusim, Sikhism and Taosim (MCCBCHST) is gravely concerned with Hadi’s Private … [Read more...]

Setting the record straight (5.10.16)

I NORMALLY do not reply to things said by members of other political parties with regard to my party because when you get into a back and forth, your … [Read more...]

Selangor govt’s phony green policy (31.8.16)

In 2008, in a knee-jerk reaction to the Bukit Antarabangsa tragedy, then Menteri Besar Khalid Ibrahim issued a blanket ban on development in Class … [Read more...]

Liang TM: Race and religion harmony is no joking matter (13.7.16)

Today's protest at the DAP HQ in Kuala Lumpur need not have happened. Such protests are counter-productive and can further damage the harmony of … [Read more...]

Gendang PRU14 dipalu, pelantikan Noh sasar tawan Selangor (29.6.16)

Tidak dapat dinafikan keyakinan, semangat serta keazaman Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak berada pada tahap tertinggi ketika ini, selepas … [Read more...]

Europe’s migrant crisis and lessons from Malaysia (12.6.16)

Two weeks ago, I was invited by the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats in Europe Party (ALÐE) and the Council of Asian Liberals and Democrats (CALD) … [Read more...]

Can the Bar challenge the AG?-Andy Yong (17.3.16)

THE Attorney General (AG) is supposed to be the guardian of the rule of law. Some say this position is probably the most powerful one in Malaysia. … [Read more...]

Let’s save Malaysia, why not? — Jahaberdeen Mohamed Yunoos (14.3.16)

Paradox, dark humour, inconsistency and hypocrisy are four words most apt to describe some of the politicians in this country. I am now convinced … [Read more...]

The costs and returns to medical education? Koon Yew Yin (20.1.16)

  Since the publication of my scholarships offer to help students whose parents are earning less than Rm 4,000 per month a few days ago, my … [Read more...]

Fight bigotry with all our might — Jahaberdeen Mohamed Yunoos (6.1.16)

Now, really, where is that courageous Malaysian leader who has the vision and fortitude to move this nation forward as one nation — not a nation … [Read more...]

Dugaan parti politik di Malaysia

oleh Timmy Say Umno Kenaikan mendadak kos sara hidup dan kesusahan rakyat marhaen di kawasan tradisi bakal menentukan masa depan Umno. Tidak … [Read more...]