There is a flaw in our system, inherited since before Independence, that may prevent the public from giving their complete trust.
We must separate the roles of the Attorney-General as legal advisor to the Government and Public Prosecutor who prosecutes cases in court.
If an asset declaration system was in place, accusations of personal enrichment and unjustifiably lavish lifestyles can be fended off.
Middle East countries lack competition in the electoral and political arena.
The government’s role in business, if any, is as a regulator.
We should treat everyone with equal respect, regardless of their backgrounds.
There are lessons to be learned about what happens when those who have no qualms about using force to make their point gain access to political power and government machineries.
Just because newspapers have a particular political leaning, it does not mean they should be the mouthpiece of political parties.
The word “immigrant” is gradually becoming a dirty word to us here, but in Australia a freer movement of people in and out of the country is seen as an enriching phenomenon.
We should expect challenges and we will make mistakes, which is why we should try, for example, an area within our district.
A voucher system would keep parents involved in making important decisions about their child’s future, and require schools to prove they are good at educating children.
While Ideas has tried to translate Bapa Malaysia’s vision of ‘liberty and justice’ into public policy, voices attacking the philosophical foundation of this country are becoming louder.
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