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Whither Perak?

Whither Perak?

Pakatan Rakyat Speaker V Sivakumar (left) and Barisan Nasional Speaker R Ganesan THE Perak Pakatan Rakyat (PR)’s persistence in not legitimising the Barisan Nasional (BN) state government draws either admiration or irritation. In part, it’s a difference of opinion that reflects political alignments. The BN-aligned depict such resilience as “buat kecoh”. This was aptly described […]

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Different takes on Merdeka

Different takes on Merdeka

THE long weekend was a good opportunity to catch up with friends over a meal or drinks. Over breakfast on the eve of Merdeka Day, some friends chatted about the constitution the nation never had: the People’s Constitution, which was drafted 10 years before Malaya gained independence from British rule on 31 Aug 1957. (Pic […]

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Gerakan’s protest against the ISA

Gerakan’s protest against the ISA

“Gerakan Youth is of the opinion that struggles of organisations such as Gerakan Mansuhkan ISA (GMI) should be considered seriously for the sake of justice and recognition of human rights principles enshrined in the federal constitution.” ANDY Yong, Gerakan Youth’s legal, public complaints and social welfare bureau chief, declaring the party youth wing’s interest in […]

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Gerakan Youth opposes use of PPPA on internet

Gerakan Youth opposes use of PPPA on internet

PETALING JAYA, 12 June 2000: Gerakan Youth is against a Home Ministry proposal to use the Printing Presses and Publications Act 1984 on the internet media. Youth chief Lim Si Pin criticised the suggestion by the ministry’s secretary-general, Datuk Mahmood Adam, who was reported in the China Press recently as saying that the act might […]

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Set up body to monitor scholarship distribution

Set up body to monitor scholarship distribution

KUALA LUMPUR, 19 May 2009: Gerakan Youth has urged the government to set up an independent committee comprising education experts and the academia to monitor the distribution of government scholarships. Its chief, Lim Si Pin said this would be one way of making sure the distribution was transparent and fair for all Malaysians. “From the […]

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