Institutional Reform

Defending our system of parliamentary democracy by implementing institutional reforms. Strengthening the system of check and balance so that no individual has absolute power.

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Political realignment: time for clarity

Many friends, especially those who don’t read Chinese, have been asking me about Nanyang Siang Pau’s exclusive news on the front page yesterday (18th September 2016) entitled “UMNO-PAS cooperation to…
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Abolish archaic Moneylenders Act 1951

Urban Well-being, Housing and Local Government Minister Tan Sri Noh Omar’s idea of allowing developers to give out loans to housebuyers is clearly hitting a snag. Now that the archaic…
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Government spying on TMJ unacceptable

DAP Johor is deeply concerned by the claim that the Tunku Mahkota of Johor, Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim, is under surveillance by the Special Branch. Yesterday, Tunku Ismail claimed that…
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A New Deal for Sarawak

A New Deal for Sarawak – through devolution of education, health, municipal policing, transport powers, backed by a much higher tax sharing between federal and Sarawak governments (say, 50 percent…
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We know what you did last August, Ku Li

UMNO Information Chief Annuar Musa probably thinks of himself as “walking on water” now that he has pulled off the Kelantan Declaration which neutralised Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah, a man who…
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