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Immediate intervention by MOH needed at Klang GH

It was a heart-wrenching sight: dozens of Covid-19 patients were parked outside Klang General Hospital’s emergency department for the lack of proper beds inside. This also sums up the state of our healthcare and particularly this hospital: it’s overwhelmed –

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A Question of Trust and what we can do about it

After the speech yesterday by Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin announcing the 4 phases of the National Recovery Plan (Appendix 1 below), several questions were raised in a few whatsapp groups that I am in. They include the following: 1) What

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Charles: Muhyiddin should resign following the rulers statement

I would like to register my deepest respect and appreciation to the Raja Raja Melayu and the Yang Di-Pertuan Agung, Sultan Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah for the statement released after a meeting this evening. We urge the government to revoke

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Charles: Political will missing to address plight of small business with rental relief

Remember almost punching a hole through your phone trying to click on your location on the My Sejahtera application? Well now, we have a large group of people who have been banging their heads against the wall because they can’t

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Invite us to advice you Hamzah Zainudin

There is a reason as to why you need to think before you speak. When you don’t, you end up showing your ignorance and arrogance, a terrible combination. Those of us working on migrant and labour issues have reminded this

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Drop sedition charges against opposition party member and repeal the draconian Sedition Act

Iswardy Morni, a Parti Keadilan Rakyat member, has been charged under Section 4(1)(a) of the Sedition Act for statements made on Facebook deemed to be seditious and insulting towards the King. This marks the first known use of the Sedition

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Who should investigate the deaths of Ganapathy and Sivabalan?

I’m in a state of shock. Not over the recent deaths of the two, seemingly due to custodial actions taken by police in Gombak, Kuala Lumpur. But over the responses of politicians and activists whom I hold in high regard.

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Ramasamy: IGP must address the prevalent subjectivism in the police

The Inspector of the Police (IGP) Acyrl Sani has come out with a “brilliant” new idea that those detained by the police must undergo medical screening. It looks the police are concerned about deaths in police custody, especially the recent

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Cometh the hour, cometh the man

It has been a tough year and a half for Tan Sri Muhyiddin, just like his compatriots all over the world he has faced adversity like no other. The days of political leaders operating as if ‘politics as usual’ have

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Open letter to PM: What is the cost of a Malaysian life?

Dear YAB Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, I hope this letter reaches you before you meet with your fellow Cabinet Ministers and Chief Ministers as well as Menteri Besars at the next National Security Council meeting. I am sure you will

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