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Dear Anwar

September 26, 2018

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Last I wrote to you publicly was on 17th May, 2016. It was in relation to a letter you had written from prison voicing your concerns about the “Dr M-led Save Malaysia and People’s Declaration initiative”. Then, this is what I had said of your letter : “Last night, I joined Chegubard and Arul of PSM in […]

Is DBKL’s traffic enforcement founded on race considerations?

September 26, 2018

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Last Saturday, 22nd September, I met up with Mike at Papparich in Taman Danau Desa, around 2pm. At my suggestion, Mike parked right beside the restaurant, in an area clearly indicated as a “No Parking” zone. It was going to be right next where we sat, and I thought since it was a short meeting, […]

The day the AG screwed himself, and Guan Eng, in the process

September 3, 2018

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When Guan Eng was charged in 2016 by the MACC with abusing his position as chief minister in approving a land deal as well as purchasing a bungalow at below market price, most of us were convinced that he was going to get screwed by the system. I was convinced that the unholy trinity of […]

Surely we, the Rakyat, have the right to know what CIR reported to CEP

August 26, 2018

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The Committee on Institutional Reforms (CIR) submitted its report to the Council of Eminent Persons (CEP) on 17th July, 2018 and a copy of the same to the PM on 19th July, 2018. By its terms of reference, the CIR was to : examine the present state of key institutions, identify their shortcomings and problem areas, […]

Mr Home Minister, where are they?

August 15, 2018

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Pastor Raymond Koh Amri Che Mat Joshua Hilmy  Ruth Sitepu We appreciate efforts by the PH government to trace our monies that have been squirreled away through a complex network of cross-border transactions that today is touted as the biggest ever global kleptocracy : the 1MDB scandal. Thank you. Of greater importance to many of […]

Excellent choice of speaker, but was due process adhered to?

July 16, 2018

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That seemed to be the stance of the opposition MPs in parliament today, barring KJ and Anifah, as they staged a walk out during the swearing in of the speaker of the Dewan Rakyat, Ariff Mohd Yusof. I don’t think there is anyone who disputes the credentials of this man. We have every reason to expect […]

PDRM, please investigate Apandi

May 14, 2018

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Last night, I lodged a police report, requesting that the police investigate Apandi Ali following news reports that he may have concealed evidence of criminal wrongdoing relating to 1MDB. A little while ago, gave my statement to the investigating officer. Over to you, PDRM