Even if Pakatan Harapan were to win the election, we will still have to oppose them. Absolute rule is never good and we need a check-and-balance system.
So how can we actually be confident that this new attempt at creating laws will curb fake news instead of curbing freedom of speech?
It’s hard to be politically active in Malaysia. For those working in the government, it’s now gotten even harder to exercise their basic right to vote.
What? There are Malaysians who don’t vote?
Here is an incident that happened almost half a decade ago and to constantly harp about it just seems like we are going overboard with it.
By the very fact that Umno holds the majority and authority in the government, it is by default its policies that become national policies.
Bersih 2.0’s Maria Chin Abdullah was released from solitary confinement after 10 days. She shares her story with her supporters.
With ignorance, there is fear and misunderstanding – two very dangerous elements in a country as deeply polarised as Malaysia.
For many countries that are constitutional monarchies, the role of the royals is usually symbolic and ceremonial. But is it really?
Do people really think that Zahid is being roasted solely because of his weak English? I think that the cause of this reaction is much deeper.
We can’t run away from the fact that media ownership along with political and economical factors will affect objectivity.