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Govt may set up a national harmony commission

THE government will consider setting up a National Harmony and Reconciliation Commission instead of an earlier proposal to table two national harmony Bills aimed at strengthening racial and religious ties, says P. Waytha Moorthy.

Waytha: Govt will not table two national harmony Bills but favours a commission

KUALA LUMPUR: The government will not table two national harmony Bills aimed at strengthening racial and religious ties but is considering setting up a National Harmony and Reconciliation Commission instead, says P. Waytha Moorthy.

A wishlist for Malaysia’s Prime Minister to consider

We would like to congratulate Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad on his second term as Prime Minister of Malaysia.

National unity – an inconvenient truth?

TWO events in recent days reminded me what is truly important to this nation. The first was the National Day celebration on Friday in Putrajaya.

Keep national service and make it better

I SUPPORT the government’s decision to scrap the National Civics Bureau, as announced on Monday. It is an open secret that the Barisan Nasional government used the agency as an indoctrination tool.

Previous govt did not push for National Harmony Bills, says Lee

PETALING JAYA: Despite the drafts being ready, there was no further action from the previous administration to push for the National Harmony Bills aimed at strengthening racial and religious ties, integration and unity.

Fresh hope for National Harmony Bills

HOLLYWOOD has something called The Black List. Started in 2005 by a film executive named Franklin Leonard, it is an annual survey that asks hundreds of movie industry players to name their favourites from the year’s scripts that have not yet been turned into feature films.

Reject parties which promote extremism

From MANIAM SANKAR, Kuala Lumpur.

Blocking Facebook a futile exercise, say advocates

PETALING JAYA: There is no point in blocking access to Facebook as users will find alternative to connect to the social media website or even use other platforms.

Harmony Bills may cause disharmony

From TAN SRI ABDUL AZIZ ABDUL RAHMAN, Pemikir Supreme Council and Malay Consultative Council Member