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Depoliticising the system here in Malaysia
FOR decades, the rakyat has blamed politics for everything that has gone wrong in the country. That blame came only after the rakyat had, since independence, trusted the political leaders totally and had subsequently been disappointed.
How can you defend criminals?
According to the law, a man is innocent until proven guilty, and our justice system is bound by the principle that it is safer to let ten criminals off then to wrongly convict an innocent man.
We need a Malaysian dream
It’s time to swallow the bitter pill and cure our country of religious polarisation and bigotry, racism, negative discrimination and other divisive phenomena.
The politics of the common people
Leaders have to make time and be creative to understand the pulse of the rakyat, not just build their ‘legacy’.
Crony capitalism must be stamped out
The new Government’s policy should be to stimulate and activate the economy by giving opportunities to true entrepreneurs to compete in the free market and create employment.
A clear political programme is vital
The people no longer want draconian behaviour from those in power and are extremely tired of politicians bending the law in their favour.
Wanted: Compassionate statesmen
THIS new period for Malaysia after the elections is dubbed by many as the “New Era of Hope”. Clearly this is the first time in Malaysian political history that the majority of the voters have voted in a new Federal Government since independence.
Be in Parliament, not in jail
Elections are an important and fundamental process of the democratic system, so candidates should be familiar with the relevant laws before starting their GE14 campaign.
Memories shape the future
Let’s all view ourselves as Malaysians who leave positive memories that would inspire the youths.
Nurturing thinking Malaysian citizens
Formal education alone can’t sustain the greatness of a nation. A thinking and compassionate society is key to human species’ survival.