Author: Wan Saiful Wan Jan
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  • Competition is best for schoolbus men, parents
  • Wan Saiful Wan Jan | Oct 31, 2014 1:51PM
  • The Land Public Transport Commission’s (Spad) decision to let school bus operators negotiate bus fares with parents is a progressive step forward in ensuring the costs are decided by market mechanisms. Unfortunately, for reasons unknown Spad has not adopted the same attitude towards express bus operators.
  • Letters - malaysiakini.com/letters/279119
  • More serious efforts to fight corruption needed
  • Wan Saiful Wan Jan | Dec 20, 2013 9:46AM
  • NONECOMMENT The government’s moves to combat graft should be lauded, but more needs to be done, says Ideas CEO Wan Saiful.
  • News - malaysiakini.com/news/249819
  • When Anwar supported Muhyiddin against liberty
  • Wan Saiful Wan Jan | Nov 7, 2011 1:26PM
  • NONECOMMENT Most politicians place expediency above principles, resulting in confused implementation of policies.

     

  • News - malaysiakini.com/news/180708
  • Actually, free market capitalism is good!
  • Wan Saiful Wan Jan | Jan 6, 2009 11:56AM
  • Free market capitalism is facing a hard time. Many are blaming the free market for the economic crisis facing the world. In a country like Malaysia, where there is serious misunderstanding about what free market capitalism really is, it is much easier, and perhaps more politically popular, to join the free market-bashing fiesta than to speak the truth.

  • - malaysiakini.com/opinions/95865
  • Why I am a liberal
  • Wan Saiful Wan Jan | Aug 6, 2008 11:35AM
  • - malaysiakini.com/opinions/87333
  • Islam: A blessing to M'sians? (Pt 2)
  • Wan Saiful Wan Jan | Apr 1, 2008 4:47PM
  • Looking at Malaysia and Britain, I think there is a common thread weaving through many of the different religious and ethnic-based organisations.
  • - malaysiakini.com/opinions/80708
  • Islam: A blessing to M'sians? (Pt 1)
  • Wan Saiful Wan Jan | Mar 31, 2008 3:09PM
  • Non-Muslims in Malaysia seem to be asking for exactly the same rights as Muslims in the West are fighting for.
  • - malaysiakini.com/opinions/80624
  • Empower parents to choose schools
  • Wan Saiful Wan Jan | Jan 10, 2007 12:30PM
  • Through access to choice and competition, parents can give their children the best education possible.
  • - malaysiakini.com/opinions/61895
  • Religious freedom: A challenge to PAS
  • Wan Saiful Wan Jan | Jun 8, 2006 3:14PM
  • Muslims here defend the criminalisation of missionary works on Muslims by arguing that the sanctity of Islam must be protected, and that this protection is granted by law. This argument is flawed.
  • - malaysiakini.com/opinions/52231
  • PAS: Elections above all else
  • Wan Saiful Wan Jan | Jun 29, 2005 12:35PM
  • PAS pushes ahead at full steam on becoming a mainstream political party that appeals to all. It does this at the risk of losing the support of those who see it as an Islamic movement first, political party second.
  • - malaysiakini.com/opinions/37437
  • PAS and the public perception
  • Wan Saiful Wan Jan | Jun 28, 2005 12:12PM
  • The last PAS meeting saw a change of guard but, without change in policies, the party is unlikely to gain the support required to meet its greater goal.
  • - malaysiakini.com/opinions/37391
  • Is PAS ready for Hotellings revenge?
  • Wan Saiful Wan Jan | Apr 22, 2005 3:28PM
  • Developed half a century ago, the Hotelling model provides insights into business decisions. However, it can also be used to explain the Umno-PAS battle.
  • - malaysiakini.com/opinions/35556
Author: Wan Saiful Wan Jan
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