The week’s headlines: PTPTN dilemma. PPPA still shackles press. IT law indecision. Bersih.
What Malaysia needs is confidence in the electoral process.
An analysis of the issues behind Bersih 3.0.
Why this next elections are of particular importance for the nation’s future.
Online views on what happened at Gua Musang.
Discriminatory government spending seems to be nonjusticiable!
Tan Shang Neng rants against the powers that be, in despair for the youth of a country devoid of Hope. He cries out for a beacon to guide this country back to its true path.
The grounds of judgment of Aziah Ali J in granting leave to Sungai Siput MP Dr Michael Jeyakumar Devaraj to challenge the “Special Constituency Allocation” given by the Federal Government only to Barisan Nasional MPs.
Continuing his series on popular misconceptions about what the Constitution does or doesn’t provide, Andrew Yong looks at the question of dual nationality and the British connection.
The Perak case is significant to all Malaysians, as its implications are far-reaching not just for other state governments but also at the national level, especially as discussion is underway on the relationship between the civil service-royalty-political parties in the state of Selangor presently.
The book launches 1212 at 4pm. Meet the protagonists (politicians, contributors, writers and lawyers[LB]) at the LoyarBurokking session. Here, read a review of the book to understand why you shouldn’t be missing the launch. As time passes, some will cite Winston Churchill’s famous maxim about democracy being “the worst form of government except all those […]
Should Linda Tsen get the vote in a few hours’ time?
Making sense of the numbers from yesterday’s Hulu Selangor by-election, from the proverbial armchair.
Now have YOUR say in: “Do you want local council elections to be restored?” Vote now! Take the LB Poll on the right side-bar.
A lawyer chronicles her adventures as a political campaigner for Parti Keadilan Rakyat in the Hulu-Selangor by-election that took place yesterday, April 25, 2010. Barisan Nasional emerged the victor. This is the last day of this journey.
Lady Baba is back! She puts on her party dress and goes in search of the hype at Hulu Selangor. Humans never fail to humour me. Watch as one party gets a little too excited at the sight of Lady Baba’s hot pink hair…
On 22nd October 2009, many were absorbed in reading the news about MCA’s attempt to resolve its internal fights. At the same time, 2 major items of news were overshadowed by that MCA story. First, the decision of our 1Public Prosecutor, the Attorney General, to close VK Lingam’s case despite the proposal of the Royal […]
So there you go – BN doesn’t give a shit. All talk and same old bullshit. But let’s not forget our PR folks who are committed to bungling at every opportunity they get … www.loyarburok.com