Politics

Malaysians would be better off if our institutions are adapted to suit Malaysia’s new normal of having coalition governments formed by parties of similar strength. Not having a single dominant party in the foreseeable future would help us to position ourselves to achieve stable governments and coalitions worthy of voters’ support.

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Visiting of Gunasekaran Arumugam

Lawatan Gunasekaran Arumugam ketua kaum india di Sembrong yang juga ahli PKR  meluangkan masa bersama Liew Chin Tong di Pusat Pilihanraya Pakatan Rakyat P.152 Kluang pada 13 April 2013. [nggallery…
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Visiting to PAS Kluang

Perjumpaan Saudara Liew Chin Tong dan Tan hong Pin bagi merapatkan perhubungan disamping penerangan mengenai agenda perjuangan Pakatan Rakyat pada 12 Apr 2013 di Balai Islam Haji Omar Jani Markas…
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Urban sprawls are not the answer

The world is in search of solutions at a time when populations are growing, energy costs are on a permanent rise, climate change is no longer a fiction, and water…
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Middle ground is battle ground

Middle ground is battle ground Going by our newspapers, Malaysia seems to be on the path of polarisation, politically or otherwise. But a 10 per cent vote swing either way…
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