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Sim Kwang Yang: A rare principled Malaysian politician

KUA KIA SOONG COMMENT My first contact with Sim Kwang Yang (SKY) was when he wrote to me while I was detained under Operation Lalang at Kamunting detention camp in 1988. From his letter, I could sense his warmth and … Continue reading

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It’s the police culture, Mr IGP

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT I feel for Inspector-General of Police Abdul Hamid Bador. I believe he has tried his best to clean up the police force but so far, there isn’t much progress. At least, that is the public perception … Continue reading

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Sim Kwang Yang – the philosopher MP

OTTO STEINMAYER COMMENT Sim Kwang Yang – universally known and addressed as “SKY” – was a great man: a patriot who as a parliamentarian and politician of utmost integrity, defended Sarawak, and the whole of Malaysia, its land and its … Continue reading

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A ‘delicate’ passage for 2021 Budget

A friend called me last Saturday, telling me that he wanted to ask me two specific questions. One, whether I think 2021 Budget will be passed or rejected come Nov 26 and two, my personal views on the budget. My … Continue reading

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EPF is the only ‘saviour’ for many today

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT Firstly, let me declare that I stand behind the majority of opposition MPs and some government backbenchers in opposing Budget 2021 as it is. A political budget to favour a sitting government and not a people’s … Continue reading

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‘Azmin’s Men’ To Receive Their Budget Reward?

SARAWAK REPORT Amongst those to most suffer from the impact of the Covid 19 crisis and the mismanagement of relief funds by the present backdoor coup administration in Malaysia have been the poorest and most remote native communities in Sarawak. … Continue reading

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Do more for mental health

How do we feel every time we hear of a suicide case? Isn’t it a feeling of despair and hopelessness even if we do not know the person who took his or her own life or the family members? Every … Continue reading

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Murder of Sibu student – Lessons from Taiwan

Francis Paul Siah COMMENT On the evening of Oct 28, student Irene Chung was on her way home, taking a familiar route along a railway underpass near her university in Tainan City, Taiwan. Tragically, that Wednesday at 8pm, was to … Continue reading

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YOURSAY | Ramkarpal excoriating Dr M: No more mincing words

This was first published in Malaysiakini on 28 October. We see it fit to re-produce it here following yet another Dr Mahathir salvo against Anwar Ibrahim yesterday. MoCS stands behind Ramkarpal Singh and Malaysiakini readers on this. Mahathir had had … Continue reading

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‘Human errors’ and ‘personal project’: Hansard reveals more remarks by Bintulu MP

PARLIAMENT Bintulu MP Tiong King Sing’s remarks against Health director-general Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah – on whether the DG is “afraid to die” for not personally monitoring the Covid-19 situation in Sabah in the Dewan Rakyat yesterday – have extended … Continue reading

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