Posted on 13 May 2013 By Ding Jo-Ann.
AND so the BN is still in power. Those hoping for a change in government are still coming to terms with the results of GE13. The Nut Graph asks political scientist Wong Chin Huat how the BN won, why it would racialise the poll results, and what needs to happen next.
Posted in Columns, Current Issues
Posted on 30 April 2013 By Danny Lim.
WHAT is the campaign trail like outside modern, urban constituencies, such as in a Felda settlement? Photojournalist Danny Lim gives us a glimpse of how a political party woos a rural community of farmers.
Posted in Multimedia, Pictures
Posted on 29 April 2013 By Jacqueline Ann Surin.
WHAT ought to happen should there be a change in government after the general election? How is the transfer of power from the caretaker prime minister to the prime minister-in-waiting meant to happen? Constitutional lawyer Tommy Thomas explains.
Posted in Exclusives, Interviews
Posted on 26 November 2012 Shape of a Pocket by Jacqueline Ann Surin.
THERE is a new threat against Muslims in Malaysia and its name is pluralism. But just what kind of threat does pluralism pose to Malaysian Muslims? And what are other nations, which also experience cultural and religious diversity, doing about pluralism that we may learn from them?
Posted in Columns
Posted on 05 November 2012 Work in Progress by Hwa Yue-Yi.
Underneath the team colours and the performance, the cheering and the competition – whether in the US or in Malaysia – what are elections good for? And how can they be improved?
Posted in Columns
Posted on 30 July 2012 By Shanon Shah.
What is the big deal about Anwar’s stand on homosexuality? Sure, he speaks out against racism, detention without trial and corruption, but is he inconsistent for insisting that homosexuality remain criminalised? Does it matter that Anwar’s stand on homosexuality is no different from Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s?
Posted in Commentary