My Sinchew/ Opinion

Reviewing the relevance of mandatory death penalty

Progressively withdrawing death penalty is a global trend we must come to terms with.


Degraded legislature

It's sad that the legislative assembly has been reduced to a circus for power wrestling


EIS moving into consultation phase

Some have suggested that the government should also share this burden with the employers and employees.


Putting people first?

If using such information for political purposes cannot constitute unlawful abuse, powerless people like us may just have to submissively swallow the injustice.


Will race-based politics end?

Race-based politics keeps the Malay community on a leash, forever depending on the tongkat and afraid to venture out and compete.


Bin Abdullah

It's a monumental event that entails the relative weights of the federal and Islamic laws.


Controversies over EIS

The unemployment issue is not that serious in this country and it is questionable whether such an enormous fund is required to help retrenched workers.


You and I are walking name cards

We are all resembling walking name cards and together we engage in "Malaysian task" and tell "a story of Malaysia".


What's in a name

The government is duty-bound to protect the confidentiality of a private citizen's particulars. Making an issue out of a person's identity is contemptible.


Tearing down the wall of misperception

While fighting for government recognition of UEC, it is absolutely necessary for the Chinese community to try to break the resistance of our non-Chinese fellow Malaysians in a bid to win their support and recognition.


 

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