An examination of the mechanics of corruption and sketching an assessment of its impact.
Malaysia Day at LoyarBurok continues with our 5th runner, a duo from Sarawak that uncovers this conversation that has been taking place and only getting louder as Malaysia celebrates its 47th year of nationhood. Is your voice a part of this?
FMT’s interview with Edmund Bon continues. This time he bites the Judiciary. Bon speaks about the compromise in standards in the name of tackling inefficiencies and the public’s perception that the Judiciary is not independent.
Only 3% of Sarawak’s forests remain but Chief Minister Taib Mahmud is still here – since 1981. He was slated to give the opening address at the Inaugural Oxford Global Islamic Branding and Marketing Forum. Instead, he was greeted by placards and protesters.
You are at the mercy of the system. Do you not want to make sure it is does not oppress you?
A brief consideration of the devastating consequences a corrupt lawyer can bring upon his client by betraying them and the importance of trust.
Ruminating the necessity of People Power and some thoughts on how to foster such a creation in Malaysia
A reflection about what the theft of the Malaysian Royal Military Air Force (RMAF) symbolizes of our present political establishment.
We should love our Police more – then maybe, just maybe, your life would be safer.
Amazing?! For the 2nd time in a row, UMNO chooses a candidate tainted with corruption. They chose Rohaizat Othman at the recent by-election at Permatang Pasir. Rohaizat was disbarred as a lawyer for misusing clients’ funds.
The people of Malaysia comprise of three distinctive cultures. Not the Malays, Chinese and Indians.
A criticism of the Terengganu State’s agricultural and regional department’s conservation policy, or more precisely, the lack of it. Also published in Malaysiakini Letters to the Editor column.