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Lim: Hamzah would have been forced to resign as Home Minister

Hamzah would have been forced to resign as Home Minister if Malaysia is a normal functioning democracy If Malaysia is a normal functioning democracy, Hamzah Zainuddin would have been forced to resign as Home Minister as happened to John Profumo

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Shahzad Ahmed โ€“ A Systemic murder ?

When the tiktok video of a man claiming that his boss did not pay his wages for five months and the news that he committed suicide went viral. As usual, I was careful not to forward it because in this

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Nonsense- Gombak OCPD remarks on Ganapathy

Gombak OCPD Arifai Tarawe is talking nonsense when he says; just because the deceased never complained of assault when he was brought before a magistrate three times on Feb 25, March 2 and March 6 as well as before Medical

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Ramasamy: DAP was never against the NEP, but its blatant abuse

The NEP that was introduced in the aftermath of the 1969 racial riots was an ambitious attempt in social engineering to remove the linkage of economic function with race. It was realised that the long term interest of plural Malaysia

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Lim: Malaysians should reject “kakistocracy”

There is surreptitious movement questioning why Gobind, Kula, Tengku Zulpuri, Noorita Sual, Rayer, Ram Karpal, Kasthuri, Sivakumar, Mordi Bimol and Charles Santiago are DAP MPs, Ramasamy the Penang Deputy Chief Minister, Aziz Bari the Perak Opposition Leader and Jagdeep, Zairil,

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Ramasamy: Kedah MB and MIC sink their differences on temple demolitions

Kedah MB Muhammed Sanusi Md Nor congratulated MIC president S. Vigneswaran for his bold statement on the Indian community. Sanusi responded to Vigneswaranโ€™s speech in the MIC AGM last week where he admonished Indians for building temples not in accordance

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Pakatan Harapan- The bad and the ugly

Although, sometimes there are things that I do not agree with the Head of PH and PKR, Anwar Ibrahim; but in the chapter on defending low -income people, I am quite impressed with DSAIโ€™s stand which is always consistent and

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Malaysia: Stop the criminalisation of LGBTQI individuals

On 6 April 2021, Religious Affairs Minister Zulkifli Mohamad Al-Bakriย announcedย the governmentโ€™s intention to increase sentences under theย Syariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) Act 1965, a move that would further persecute lesbian, gay bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex (LGBTQI) individuals in Malaysia. Under

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Malaysia: Fundamental freedoms in decline under PN government

The Perikatan Nasional government has undermined and obstructed the exercise of fundamental freedoms during its first twelve months in power, said ARTICLE 19 and CIVICUS in a new report published today. The government has not only failed to reform or

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