Selangor Times
Saturday
19·08·2017
Issue 118

 

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INSIGHT

Who’s afraid of student freedom?

When Dr Syed Husin Ali was a lecturer at University of Malaya (UM) in the 1960s, students had their own unions and took care of their own affairs with minimal supervision and interference from the administration.

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The third vote

Malaysians used to be able to vote for their own local councillors. In fact, Malaysia had been holding local government elections way before it achieved independence in 1957.

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MPs and councillors: Distinguishing their roles

Lightning strikes during a heavy thunderstorm, causing trees to fall onto the road, obstructing cars driving through and almost injuring residents living in houses nearby. A phone call is then made to the first person that comes to the complainant’s mind – a face they elected two years ago, their Member of Parliament (MP) or assemblyperson.

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When will heads roll?

In light of the 2010 Auditor-General’s Report, the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission has opened 36 files to probe abuse of public funds while the parliamentary Public Accounts Committee will investigate seven ministries and agencies for weak financial management.

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AG report: Whither the money?

Year in, year out Malaysians are left astounded when the Auditor-General’s Report is made public. Reports of overpriced procurement of common equipment such as screwdrivers, binoculars, thumb drives, laptops, etc, are revealed by the annual Auditor-General audit of government department spending.

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Malaysian Employers Federation not happy

The Employment (Amendment) Bill was passed in Parliament on Oct 6 after it was withdrawn last July to further refine the proposed amendments. Amendments include provisions on sexual harassment; maternity leave benefits for female employees; work on rest days and public holidays; and overtime payment.

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The erosion of workers’ rights

The relationship between an employer and employee is set to change drastically with the latest amendments to the Employment Act 1955. Instead of being directly responsible for the contracts with workers, companies can now delegate the role to a labour contractor.  

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Surviving tough times

Aileen Tan Lai Mooi is a programme officer in a non-governmental organisation, while her husband Ricky is a bank manager in Klang.

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The Big Squeeze : The rising cost of living

Homemaker Ann Looi budgets RM1,500 at the start of every month to purchase food and other items.

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Law don: Restore original constitution provision

While civil society rejoice in the upcoming end of Emergency, a constitutional law expert warns that the government must substantially reform the provision related to emergency powers in the Federal Constitution.

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MPs: Reforms must continue

Member of Parliament for Lembah Pantai Nurul Izzah Anwar tried to table a private member’s bill to revoke the three emergency declarations early this year, but the PKR deputy president’s proposal was shot down by the Speaker.

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Competitive need for language centres

James Woon’s career and business are on the rise. The software developer recently started his own company to create applications for the web. He has just closed a deal with a multinational company to provide them with customer service management software.

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Rallies are part of our history

WHEN arguing against allowing the public to hold peaceful assembly on the streets, the Barisan Nasional-led government had often claimed that protest is not a Malaysian culture. However, historians would tell you otherwise. “The Malays demonstrated when the British tried to implement the Malayan Union,” Prof Emeritus Tan Sri Dr Khoo Kay Kim (pic) told Selangor Times in a phone interview.

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Cleaning up misconceptions

COMMUNIST threat. Foreign agents. Foreign Christian funding. These are some of the labels the Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih 2.0) has been given by the police and mainstream print and broadcast media. Made up of 62 non-governmental organisations, Bersih 2.0 was also declared “illegal” by the Registrar of Society on July 2.

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Laidback charm amid the rubbish

Here’s a wild idea: surround an island with barricades from the seabed up, effectively damming the waters around it in order to stop trash from washing ashore, and cultivating freshwater shores that will allow for agriculture. 

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