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416: Reflections & Observations From The 2011 Sarawak Elections – Part 1 (Stories from the East)

416: Reflections & Observations From The 2011 Sarawak Elections – Part 1 (Stories from the East)

In this first of a two-part series under this week’s Stories from the East collection, political analyst Dr Ong Kian Ming writes about his recent eye-opening experience being in the thick of the DAP’s Sarawak election campaign in Sibu.

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Ask Lord Bobo: Blacklisting Gutter Politics!

Ask Lord Bobo: Blacklisting Gutter Politics!

This week, Ask Lord Bobo tells you that you can sue the RTD for blacklisting you, and calls for the blacklisting of gutter politics!

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Ask Lord Bobo: Casting Votes For Lord Bobo To Lead Malaysia?

Ask Lord Bobo: Casting Votes For Lord Bobo To Lead Malaysia?

This week, Ask Lord Bobo tells you whether you should vote based on person, party, or policy. And what would His Supreme Eminenceness do if elected as Prime Minister of Malaysia?

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Porn Star Prime Minister

Porn Star Prime Minister

Vern Lee has no problem if his Prime Minister was gay, bi, transgender or whatever.

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I Love Being A Journalist!

I Love Being A Journalist!

From free food to free porn, what’s not to like about being a journalist?

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I Am Malaysian

I Am Malaysian

The Singh, singing his praises for Malaysian Indians. I have a feeling this is going to turn ugly. Only on #WhyMalaysia.

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LoyarBurok in The Star: Cheeky Take on Human Rights

LoyarBurok in The Star: Cheeky Take on Human Rights

“The blog is bold, funny, and at times even irreverent. But what do you expect of a group whose logo is a monkey in a judge’s ceremonial white wig and sticking out its tongue?”

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K-point: Fools On The Hill

K-point: Fools On The Hill

A singalong on Malaysian politics.

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The Words that Defined 2010

The Words that Defined 2010

A look back at some of the words that defined 2010.

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Democracy butchered in Malaysian Parliament

Democracy butchered in Malaysian Parliament

The Malaysian Parliament suffered a fatal blow when the ruling coalition Barisan Nasional (BN) illegally and fraudulently suspended top law-makers from the opposition alliance Pakatan Rakyat (PR) in a chaotic sitting of the House on December 16.

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Bar Council uses its fangs judiciously

Bar Council uses its fangs judiciously

Following its interview with LoyarBurokker Edmund Bon where he called the Bar Council toothless, FMT reports on the Bar Council’s response.

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Building a Society Through Defeatism: Malay Style (Part 2)

Building a Society Through Defeatism: Malay Style (Part 2)

Observations of a Kenyan student in Malaysia on the country – a beautiful nation with beautiful people who live with a stinking political system, institutional rot, and the trouble with the Malay leadership.

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Building a Society Through Defeatism: Malay Style (Part 1)

Building a Society Through Defeatism: Malay Style (Part 1)

Observations of a Kenyan student in Malaysia on the country – a beautiful nation with beautiful people who live with a stinking political system devoid of human good, and the trouble with the Malay leadership.

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PM: “You give me what I want. I give you what you want.”

PM: “You give me what I want. I give you what you want.”

A deliberation on the fate of Sibu – a town that has been on a steady decline since the 80s – after the buzz and attention from the by-election courtship is over.

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Eunice’s Hulu Selangor Diary (Day 6): Of Hand Kissing and Drinking

Eunice’s Hulu Selangor Diary (Day 6): Of Hand Kissing and Drinking

A lawyer chronicles her adventures as a political campaigner for Parti Keadilan Rakyat in the upcoming Hulu-Selangor by-election.

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Eunice’s Hulu Selangor Diary (Day 5): Cruising the Sleepy Hollow

Eunice’s Hulu Selangor Diary (Day 5): Cruising the Sleepy Hollow

A lawyer chronicles her adventures as a political campaigner for Parti Keadilan Rakyat in the upcoming Hulu-Selangor by-election. On day 5, she goes incognito in Hulu Selangor.

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Eunice’s Hulu Selangor Diary (Day 4): Restless and Ruminating

Eunice’s Hulu Selangor Diary (Day 4): Restless and Ruminating

A lawyer chronicles her adventures as a political campaigner for Parti Keadilan Rakyat in the upcoming Hulu-Selangor by-election. On day 4, unable to go to Hulu Selangor, she finds herself restless and ruminating on recent breaking news, from the proverbial back seat.

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Eunice’s Hulu Selangor Diary (Day 3): On the Ground

Eunice’s Hulu Selangor Diary (Day 3): On the Ground

A lawyer chronicles her adventures as a political campaigner for Parti Keadilan Rakyat in the upcoming Hulu-Selangor by-election. On Day 3, one day after nomination day, she reports from the ground.

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[UPDATED] Eunice’s Hulu Selangor Diary (Day 2): Nomination Day

[UPDATED] Eunice’s Hulu Selangor Diary (Day 2): Nomination Day

A lawyer chronicles her adventures as a political campaigner for Parti Keadilan Rakyat in the upcoming Hulu-Selangor by-election.

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Was the sacking of Anwar Ibrahim from the Cabinet 11 years ago lawful?

11 years ago, the Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia, Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim was sacked from the cabinet. An incisive look at the Federal Court decision that the sacking was lawful and why it is lawful.

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