THIS will be my last column in this newspaper. On Thursday, I will announce my entry into party politics.
We should vote based on policies instead of divisions. One key matter is the A-G’s role.
In remembering the former Prime Minister, let’s think about liberty and justice in Malaysia.
IN mid-2017, when doing some background research on press freedom, I found a report about how a reporter was kicked out from a meeting of the World Health Organization (WHO).
LAST Saturday, I attended the first annual general meeting of Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Pribumi).
Mercantile organisations do not just contribute to economic growth, but also towards strengthening democracy.
Interesting discussions on serious matters can be had anywhere, say, at a writers festival or during a car ride.
Delegating many policing duties to subnational units would make the police force more accountable to the local people they serve.
Balancing our liberties with social cohesion is very difficult in our multicultural society and the right solutions will require time.
If Tok Pa is officially named as the Mentri Besar candidate, the party can retake the state easily.
The Government’s involvement in the economy is huge, which has started a discussion about its role.
The Pribumi leaders are complementing each other, not competing with each other.