A letter to Malaysia-Today by Pandak Tukan: "[...] One would have thought the unfairness of such a rebuff should have taught the party to behave more sensibly towards complaints about its own internal elections. Sadly, that does not appear to be the case." Full article here.
In two-party democracies, third parties can sometimes be beneficial for the political system even if they don't win any elections. By putting fresh thinking in public circulation, they at least keep the establishment on its toes. That's why last week's unveiling of the People's Welfare Party, or Kita, is a welcome development for Malaysia.
Continue reading Malaysia's Third Way on the Wall Street Journal.
Sebuah produksi Big Pictures untuk Komas, dokumentari ini berbincang mengenai janji-janji yang perlu dikotakan oleh Umno dan kerajaan Barisan Nasional selepas Tsunami 8 March 2008.