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On being on the right side of history

ON Thursday morning, I received this text message from my brother-in law. It sounded perplexed: “I just woke up and found out I’m pro-government.”

Tasting the power of true democracy

IT is 4pm on May 10 as I write this. I have turned off my phone as it has been incessantly buzzing for the past 24 hours. Moments ago, different groups of friends were calling with invitations to watch the swearing-in of the new Prime Minister. It feels as if there is a strong desire to gather, to celebrate.

In GE14, nobody is ordinary

I OFTEN get asked this question: “What can ordinary folk do to protect our democracy?”

Our rights deserve a broader perspective

THE anti-fake news law has already been much criticised for its vagueness and broadness and, due to that, its potential to be a potent threat to free speech and the freedom of the press.

In fair elections, size does matter

WHEN we feel that our rights are being taken away, there is often a sense of outrage. Among the more obvious examples are when a person is not allowed to follow the religion of his choice, when a news story is prevented from being published, and when a person feels that he is denied a fair trial.

Are we all going back to the future?

Speakeasy - By S. Jayasankaran WHAT do Donald Trump, the Malaysian government and, well, Sophia have in common?

Independence has its challenges

Maria Chin Abdullah enters politics still focused on reform. But will she get a seat?

Criticism is part of democracy

ARE you easily annoyed? What does it take to get you annoyed?

Do we need new law for ‘fake news’?

THERE is going to be a law against fake news, it seems. How reassuring.

A fair and just outcome

THE saga of Indira Gandi Mutho is finally over. After nearly a decade of legal battles, the Federal Court has made a final decision on the case.