He says there have been 'a lot of attempts' to sow discord between Putrajaya and the Malay rulers.
The group wants to highlight the many problems the state faces even after the change of gov't.
COMMENT | Reading political news is like viewing a political drama.
UPDATED 7.34PM | Perak ruler says the rakyat's responsibility towards democracy and rule of law does not end at the ballot boxes.
The Republican-linked group has been training Gerakan as well, says Nurul Izzah.
KINIGUIDE | We look at plans for legislative independence as Parliament resumes.
Journalists in M'sia have to push for press freedom if they want those demands legislated by the government.
COMMENT | It must therefore seize the democratic opening on May 9 to advance its unique profile in Asia.
COMMENT | The hard work of rebuilding our nation and re-energising our democracy has begun.
MP SPEAKS | This election belonged to the people, not political parties.
INTERVIEW | Constitution expert Tommy Thomas explains the scenarios that could play out post May 9.
COMMENT | The era of dominant federal gov’t may be over, as leading states push for greater autonomy.
COMMENT | The constitution provides clear answers on monarch’s role in appointing PM, among others.
COMMENT | The Anti-Fake News Bill has the potential to bring M'sia closer to an Orwellian society.
The Harapan chief paints a gloomy scenario if BN gets a two-thirds majority.
I may not support the #undirosak movement, but I respect their stand.
Los Angeles' expat community want world focus to stay on the Iranian struggle for democracy.
It’s a good time to stop conforming and make our own rules.
LETTER | We, G25, are deeply touched by Aisyah Osman’s vigorous defence of freedom of speech...
What makes being a parent so akin to being authoritarian?
COMMENT | A grassroots approach to nominating candidates will create bigger changes in our governance.
COMMENT | When voices are silenced, we know that democracy has become tyrannical.
The Westminster system we adopted saw a thriving democracy but...
The Ideas president notes there was 'better leadership', 'more freedoms' in the past.
The minister's logic is if the gov't wasn't a success, people would be too hungry to care about lacking rights.
Big names to discuss electoral integrity, but Putrajaya's sole rep is Paul Low.
COMMENT | Only you, the voters and the M’sian people, can repair the damage they will cause.
It can either return as a shining political and financial star or descend into a failing democracy, he says in a comment piece in The Guardian.