The Pakatan Harapan government must be bold enough to implement its' human rights reforms.
by Arveent Kathirtchelvan After careful consideration, I have decided against lashing out at YB Wong Tack’s article and take the route of diplomacy instead. There were parts of my previous article that were admittedly flawed due to heightened emotions but I am willing to be quieter now in reply. I apologise for my earlier brusque … Continue reading My Reply to YB Wong Tack
By Arveent Kathirtchelvan Dearest Minister, I read your reply to Lynas employees and can’t say I am not dismayed. I write this as one of the only voices in support of Lynas as your government, with specific respect to your ministry, seems unwilling to budge on any issue with regards to heavy metal processing and … Continue reading My Reply to Yeo Bee Yin’s Reply To Lynas
Liberasi is disappointed and disagrees with the Malaysian government’s current stance of not ratifying the ICERD. We believe that ratification brings several benefits to the country and the reasons of not doing are not justified. However, we would like to recognise the Malaysian political climate currently and comment with more nuance on the matter. For … Continue reading Liberasi’s Reply to the Malaysian Government’s Stance on the ICERD
Liberasi would like to express its support of the Malaysian Government’s proposal to ratify the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (ICERD). We note, however, that several groups and politicians have voiced their concerns about the impact of the ICERD’s ratification on existing race-based policies in Malaysia. Objectors to the … Continue reading Liberasi Statement In Support of the Ratification of the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (ICERD)
by Arveent Srirangan Kathirtchelvan Building from my previous article defending the utilisation of nuclear power sources for electricity generation, I will now be focusing on the science behind nuclear waste management. Quite rightly, as many readers were quick to point out, my last article did not touch upon waste management in any measure of significance. … Continue reading Managing Nuclear Waste
By Arveent Srirangan Kathirtchelvan Malaysia’s Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad recently made the announcement that Malaysia would not be exploring nuclear energy. He made it clear that nuclear energy, though cheap, is not safe and the disposal of nuclear waste still is an unsolved problem in science. Moreover, scoring obvious political points, Tun M … Continue reading In Defence of Nuclear Energy