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Lim: Let change begin from the Land Below the Wind in the Sabah general election

Let a whirlwind of change begin from the Land Below the Wind in the Sabah general election on Sept 26 as forerunner to restore the mandate of integrity, justice and progress in national governance in Malaysian 15th General Election I

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Lim: Organise “Rukun Negara and sensitivity” courses for Ministers and Deputy Ministers

Call on Muhyiddin to urgently organise “Rukun Negara and sensitivity” courses for his Ministers and Deputy Ministers so that incidents like the Veveonah and violation of Covid-19 SOPs will not be repeated The Prime Minister, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin should

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Lim: How a Cabinet Minister became a fugitive from justice?

Two days ago, Senior Minister for Security Ismail Sabri Yaakob said he was unsure if Plantation Industries and Commodities Minister Mohd Khairuddin Aman Razali visited Turkey alone or with other people. “I only know about the minister. Whoever followed him,

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Lim: Just tell the truth, no cover-ups, no make-ups and any other cock-and-bull stories

The Khairuddin quarantine charade – Just tell the truth, no cover-ups, no make-ups and any other cock-and-bull stories The time has come for the Perikatan Nasional government to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth about

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Malaysia: Police raid on Al Jazeera offices is a blow to press freedom

ARTICLE 19 condemns today’s police raid on Al Jazeera’s office in Malaysia, during which two computers were seized. The raids are part of an ongoing investigation into an Al Jazeera video report on the mistreatment of migrant workers and refugees during the COVID-19 pandemic. The

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Snap election in Sabah?

The problem in Sabah is actually not fresh elections but party hopping. Compared to all other states in Malaysia, Sabah has the most vibrant democracy if you take into consideration, the numbers of parties which have ruled the State –

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Malaysia: End investigation of Al Jazeera for reporting on the treatment of migrants

Malaysian authorities should immediately end the ongoing investigation into an Al Jazeera video report on the mistreatment of migrant workers and refugees during the COVID-19 pandemic, said ARTICLE 19 today. The case represents an arbitrary application of the law against journalists that

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Lim: DAP and Amanah have not abandoned Anwar in favour of Mahathir

DAP and Amanah have not abandoned Anwar in favour of Mahathir as it is the surest way for Anwar to become Prime Minister The question buzzing in most minds in the past one week is why DAP and Amanah have

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Ramasamy: Preserve and conserve old and growing shade trees

It is understood that on 29 June 2020, the Kedah State PN Government has issued a circular recommending all state departments to preserve and conserve old and large shade trees in the State of Kedah Darul Aman. However, on 22

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Dark day for due process

Indians have this saying: you only need to taste one grain of rice to check if the entire pot is cooked. Likewise Azhar Azizan Harun’s first day performance as Parliament Speaker has set the tone for more disappointments in the

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