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MCLM to RARA in Kota Kinabalu & Tawau

September 26, 2011


For a quick glimpse at the MCLM proposed RAKYAT REFORM AGENDA, have a look at the 2 powerpoint slides linked below. RARA Slide Speakers scheduled to speak are as follows : Kota Kinabalu On hand to share with the audience the problems arising from the non-adherence to the Malaysia Agreement 1963 and the 20 / […]

Citizen Empowerment School

September 23, 2011


We are Rakyat Malaysia. But what does it mean to be Rakyat Malaysia? What are our rights? Do we, as Rakyat Malaysia, have the power to determine our country’s future? Are our leaders leading us in the right direction? If these questions have been bothering you, it’s time to find the answers at the Citizen […]

MCLM takes the Rakyat Reform Agenda to Sabah & Sarawak

September 23, 2011


We launched our RAKYAT REFORM AGENDA (RARA) series of forums on 19th September, 2011 in Kuala Lumpur. You can read about that forum HERE. What MCLM has done is take a close look at the most pressing needs of the Rakyat and then put together what we thought were reforms that could be carried through […]

Who will lead in Putrajaya post the 13th GE, and who will give us the reforms we demand?

September 22, 2011


Less than 6 months as Prime Minister, Pak Lah was able to persuade me to do what Mahathir could not in 22 years in the office of PM. Yes, Pak Lah’s promises of a slew of reforms persuaded me to vote for the first time for BN in the 2004 GE. Until then, I had […]

Why push for a Rakyat Reform Agenda?

September 18, 2011


In early February, 2008, civil society came out with 2 documents. The People’s Voice & The People’s Declaration. If to-date, you have not seen either document, you can view both HERE. You will see that the People’s Voice is a 4-page “what we don’t want in our country” list. The People’s  Declaration, on the other […]

What was agreed 48 years ago? Has it not been honoured? Do we not honour it now?

September 15, 2011


To those of you who partook  in the poll put up on this blog 2 days ago, thank you. As at the time of writing up this post, 216 or 92.31% of you said you would do the right thing There is hope yet for this nation if you are representative of the majority of […]

What, 30 candidates for MCLM?

April 24, 2011


There was a Bernama reporter at the MCLM talk in Bangkok yesterday. His report has been reproduced by Malaysiakini. Many have twittered to ask me to clarify about the statement attributed to me in that report that MCLM planned to field 30 independent candidates in the next general election. The talk, including the Q & […]

Little MGR mesmerises crowd for a worthy cause

April 12, 2011


By MCLM’s Roving Reporter KLANG (APRIL 10, 2011): Prabu Sritharan is only eight years old but he has performed in more than 300 shows all over the country impersonating Tamil screen idol MGR. This waist-high lad, with dark glasses, sequinned vest, white shoes and pencilled moustache and goatee, sings and dances to songs from the […]

From little acorns grow mighty oaks

February 3, 2011


A little over two weeks ago, on 18th January, I had dinner in KL with the leaders of the Sarawak National Party (SNAP). I shared with them MCLM’s ongoing efforts in drawing up and crafting the Rakyat Reform Agenda and proposed that SNAP could get involved in the same so that the Reform Agenda could […]

About MCLM, the Barisan Rakyat Initiative, and the Third Force

December 23, 2010


That was one of the principle objectives of the first MCLM Public Forum that was held 2 nights ago at the Kl & Selangor Chinese Hall. Lay to rest nagging questions about what the MCLM is about, where we want to go with the Barisan Rakyat Independent Candidate Initiative, and the fuss about this much […]