Browsing All Posts filed under »Rakyat Reform Agenda«

For Riza, US$41m worth of gambling chips. Rakyat, BRIM & GST

July 22, 2016


I spent the better part of yesterday reading for the second time the Complaint filed by the US Justice Dept. Its been well analysed and dissected by Malaysiakini. For those of you who are not subscribed to Malaysiakini, I think its time you spent some money to support their news reporting. Malaysian Official 1 is […]

We, the rakyat, and not the politicians, must be the conscience, and set the direction, of the nation

August 12, 2012


You own your own company? A sendirian berhad? Who sets the philosophy, policy and direction of your company? You, or the employees? I know when I ran my own law firm, I was never seduced to go from sole proprietor to partnership simply because, remaining sole proprietor, I alone decided the philosophy, policy and direction […]

How now the Rakyat Reform Agenda?

March 9, 2012


Remember the Rakyat Reform Agenda, or RARA? Here’s a slide to refresh your memory. The 4 reform pillars Through September and November, last year, we traveled through KL, Sabah, Sarawak, Penang, Ipoh and JB and at all 7 forums, I was mandated by those in attendance to present the RARA to all non-BN political parties […]

A national history founded on lies?

January 19, 2012


Yesterday, Dr Jeffrey Kitingan issued a press statement in which he contended, amongst other things, that Sabah is now ruled and colonised by UMNO. I had said in that post that I agreed with this statement, but Sarawak, too, and Malaya, had suffered the same fate. This post is a reproduction of something I posted […]

Stop fooling Sabahans

January 18, 2012


Below is the text of a press statement issued by Dr Jeffrey Kitingan today. I want to place on record here that I am in total agreement with the sentiments expressed by my friend. I would only add this. It is not only Sabah that is colonised by UMNO. The people of Sarawak and Malaya, […]

Sabah fellowship in JB tomorrow

November 2, 2011


Tomorrrow, at 7pm, the Malaysian Civil Liberties Movement (MCLM) hosts its final Rakyat Reform Agenda (RARA) forum at the premises of the Johor Spastic Children’s Association, in Johor Bahru. For those of you unfamiliar with the venue, the address is No. 138, Jalan Dato Menteri, 80100 Johor Bahru. And for those of you who are […]

Thank you, KL, KK, Tawau, Kuching, Penang and Ipoh, for your mandate. JB, coming to you next.

October 28, 2011


On 19th September, 2011, the Malaysian Civil Liberties movement (MCLM) kicked off its Rakyat Reform Agenda (RARA) in KL. 27th to 29th September, we took the show to Kota Kinabalu, Tawau and Kuching. 24th and 25th October, we were in Penang and Ipoh. At each of our roadshows, we sought and obtained the unanimous mandate […]