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Looking beyond the Chua-Lim debate

Looking beyond the Chua-Lim debate

MUCH has been said about the 8 July debate between DAP secretary general Lim Guan Eng and MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek. The debate, titled “Whose policies benefit the country more?”, drew conflicting responses. For example, theSun reported that “Lim went on the offensive”, while Malaysiakini said it was Chua who took […]

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Who’s a traitor?

Who’s a traitor?

LEMBAH Pantai Member of Parliament Nurul Izzah Anwar may have been disingenuous when she repeated a minister’s Parliamentary statement about Malaysia’s submarines to a foreign newspaper. But does her speaking to a foreign audience constitute being a traitor as she has been called?

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Are our students free?

Are our students free?

ACCORDING to our government, university students are freer than they have been because the UUCA has been amended and there are speaker’s corners on campus. But is there real freedom?

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Supporting letters: Abuse or necessity?

Supporting letters: Abuse or necessity?

ARE support letters by elected representatives and councillors necessary to maintain good public relations, or are they a political liability that are open to misuse and abuse?

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Who wants PAS-Umno unity?

Who wants PAS-Umno unity?

Unity talks between Umno and PAS seem to have been revived recently. But who are the ones behind it?

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