“Legasi Tunku Abdul Rahman” Legasi Al-Marhum Tunku Abdul Rahman sebagai penyokong harmoni di antara kumpulan etnik dan agama. Masa: 8.30mlm, Isnin 10 Februari Lokasi: New Era College, Kajang; Aras 5,… read more →
Forum Laporan Audit Negara: Kepincangan Urustadbir, Ketirisan & Rasuah. Jumaat 11 Oktober 2013 | 8:30 Malam | Dewan Sivik Majlis Bandaran Petaling Jaya | Ahli Panel: 1) YB Dato’ Seri… read more →
FORUM GE13: Election A to Z and Role of Caretaker Government 8pm, MBPJ Library Jalan Selangor, PJ Parliament was dissolved on 3 April 2013, which has paved the way… read more →
History made a big turn coming into the 21st Century. The momentous process of disintegration of the centrally-planned economies of the Soviet bloc into market economies began in Poland on January 1, 1990. Most of the Eastern European economies have achieved the economic prosperity that has enabled them to qualify for membership in the European Union. The economic dynamism of Poland was such that it was unscathed by the Global Financial Crisis of 2008.
Malaysians face many uncertainties as they prepare for the nation’s most challenging elections yet. It is becoming more and more evident that Barisan Nasional’s grip over the country is the weakest it has ever been throughout its 55-year history.
Regardless of whether it survives GE-13, the mood is such that Malaysian politics will never be the same again. The regime will now have to deal with a younger, more dynamic and daring generation of voters, the complete opposite of the demographic it has been most used to dictating over the many decades it’s been in power.