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...]

Gerakan Youth calls for immediate enforcement of child seats in cars Chai Ko Thing: Make child seats in cars compulsory now (26.4.17)

Gerakan Youth Legal Bureau Chairman cum Bukit Gasing state seat coordinator, Chai Ko Thing called on the government to make child restraint system … [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...]

Upset Over Paying 20 sen, What Went Wrong With Selangor’s Campaign To Ban Plastic Bags (22.2.17)

Following the plastic-bag free Saturday campaign, the Selangor state government has decided to permanently charge customers 20 sen for plastic bags … [Read more...]

‘No plastic’ campaign will fail if sale of plastic bags to shoppers allowed, says minister (10.1.17)

Selangor’s “No Plastic” campaign would not achieve its objectives if the state government still allowed the sale of plastic bags to shoppers, said … [Read more...]

Moneylender licence ‘ill-advised’ proposal (11.9.16)

HBA says scheme will drag house buyers deeper in debt THE National House Buyers Association (HBA) views with grave concern on the statement by the … [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...]

Gerakan: 90% of Malaysians agree toll rates are unaffordable (16.5.16)

Gerakan announced today that 90% Malaysians agreed the current toll rates is beyond their affordability. The party's national youth legal bureau … [Read more...]

Selangor Gerakan Youth calls on MHA to assert authoritative role in safeguarding the interest of highway users Chai Ko Thing: Highway concessionaires must put public interest above corporate profit (16.5.16)

Selangor Gerakan Youth Secretary Chai Ko Thing was unimpressed with a statement by Director General of Malaysian Highway Authority (MHA) Dato' Ir Hj. … [Read more...]

Selangor Gerakan submits letter of protest against state government excising forest reserves for construction of expressway (18.4.16)

Selangor Gerakan State Liaison Committee Chairman Datuk David Ang Chin Tat and ten (10) members of the state committee have submitted a letter of … [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...]

Elizabeth Wong challenged to disclose logging contracts Azmin’s clear inconsistency before and after assuming MB (27.2.16)

Gerakan Selangor Chairman Dato’ David Ang Chin Tat urged the Selangor government to stop giving out excuses for their serious lack of transparency in … [Read more...]

GERAKAN bidas ketidaktelusan Kerajaan Selangor dalam projek pembersihan kawasan hutan(27.2.16)

GERAKAN menuduh Kerajaan Selangor berurusan secara tidak telus, dan mendesak dokumen projek pembersihan kawasan hutan didedahkan. Pengerusi GERAKAN … [Read more...]

Amend OSA to hide graft? (15.2.16)

Gerakan deputy Youth chief Andy Yong is puzzled by attorney-general Mohamed Apandi Ali’s plans to strengthen the Official Secrets Act 1972 (OSA) to … [Read more...]

Andy Yong: Special parlimentary sitting on Indira’s case (13.1.16)

Gerakan Deputy Youth Chief, Andy Yong Kim Seng is appalled with the recent decision by the Court of Appeal to reverse the decision of the High Court … [Read more...]

Hudud law – Gerakan to mount fresh legal challenge (21.10.15)

Gerakan will mount a fresh legal challenge against Kelantan’s hudud, the party’s hudud legal team coordinator Andy Yong said today. This follows … [Read more...]

Yeoh denies approval given for increased plot ratios in Subang Jaya (19.10.15)

Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) has not given approval to increase the population density in the district, Subang Jaya assemblyman Hannah Yeoh … [Read more...]

Did Hadi clear hudud bill with sultans, asks Gerakan (8.10.15)

Gerakan asked if PAS’ president Abdul Hadi Awang has consulted the sultans on his hudud bill, considering the Islamic penal code would apply to all … [Read more...]

Meterai TPPA atau tidak terpulang pada Parlimen, kata Mustapa (7.10.15)

Putrajaya masih belum menandatangani Perjanjian Perkongsian Trans-Pasifik (TPPA) walaupun rundingannya dimuktamadkan pada 5 Oktober lalu, kata Menteri … [Read more...]

Who gains, loses from Pacific trade pact (6.10.15)

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is the biggest trade agreement in history, reducing tariffs and other forms of protectionism in a dozen countries … [Read more...]

Federal government given leave to intervene in Gerakan’s hudud challenge case (18.9.15)

The Federal Court here today allowed the federal government’s application to intervene in Gerakan’s application for leave to challenge the … [Read more...]

Gerakan: Ministers To Stop Themselves From Becoming The Laughing Stock Of The World (10.8.15)

The Selangor Gerakan state Chairman, Dato’ David Ang Chin Tat criticized some of the current ministers of the cabinet are not showing initiative to … [Read more...]

MyTeksi support SPAD’s new regulations for safer public transportation (23.7.15)

MyTeksi, a local internet-based taxi booking service, welcomes the Land Public Transport Commission's (SPAD) proposal to review current public … [Read more...]

Abide by earthquake-resistant standards, local authorities told (21.7.15)

Local authorities (LAs) in the states have been urged to adhere to the Department of Standards Malaysia's guidelines on earthquake-resistant … [Read more...]

FT Ministry to shut down liquor outlets in Brickfields (16.7.15)

The Federal Territories (FT) Ministry has initiated action against standalone outlets selling liquor in Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur. City Hall would … [Read more...]

Hospital apologises over woman being denied entry for wearing shorts (23.6.15)

PETALING JAYA: The Sungai Buloh Hospital has apologised over the incident of a woman who was allegedly barred from entering the compound because she … [Read more...]

Selangor secretariat has policy stating ‘no skirt above knee’, says officer (22.6.15)

All visitors to the Selangor state secretariat (SUK) building in Shah Alam should abide by the stipulated dress code, a senior staff of the … [Read more...]

After RTD fiasco, Selangor state secretariat tells women to don sarongs too (22.6.15)

The Selangor state secretariat (SUK) told a reporter and a resident today to drape sarongs over their knee-length dresses in order to enter the … [Read more...]

Gerakan condemns Selangor alcohol ban (18.6.15)

PETALING JAYA: The Selangor government has been critcised for its indifferent attitude over the alcohol ban controversy in the state which is a … [Read more...]

Chinese Medical Halls alcohol ban controversy shows the incapability of Selangor government to monitor Selangor Gerakan urged taking stern actions against power abusers (18.6.15)

Selangor Gerakan State Chairman David Ang Chin Tat condemned the indifferent attitude by the Selangor state government regarding the alcohol ban … [Read more...]