KL floods an indication of things to come

By Arveent Kathirtchelvan A particularly heavy rainstorm on the evening of the 10th of September 2020 left central Kuala Lumpur and parts of Selangor flooded. The shocking scenes of Masjid Jamek being turned into an island surrounded by muddy river and rain water left one wondering where city planning went wrong in the capital of … Continue reading KL floods an indication of things to come

A criminal lawyer’s perspective on the ‘Double Standard’

By Goh Cia Yee Datuk Nurulhidayah’s treatment leading up to her being charged is in sharp contrast with the treatment of other offenders that were suspected of having breached the Movement Control Order (MCO). She was never at any point during the whole process arrested, handcuffed or hauled off to the police station and kept … Continue reading A criminal lawyer’s perspective on the ‘Double Standard’

Why Do We Need Workers’ Unions?

By Arveent Kathirtchelvan The Covid-19 pandemic has been devastating, indeed. Both on the economic and humanitarian fronts, we have seen huge losses, continued paranoia and uncertainties. However, certain unexpected side-effects of the pandemic leave us with stark realisations of how our society functions, the disappointments therein and the solutions to which are now imperative. The … Continue reading Why Do We Need Workers’ Unions?

Politics, Not Politicians, Has to Change

By Arveent Kathirtchelvan The current predicament facing Malaysian politics is a clear indication that something is seriously wrong with Malaysian society. The bourgeois political system has given birth to 222 parliamentarians who can’t find amongst themselves 112 backing one person to be Prime Minister. This crisis was triggered by a group of parliamentarians within the … Continue reading Politics, Not Politicians, Has to Change

Nuclear Solutions

By Arveent Kathirtchelvan Nuclear power plants are large, consistent generators of electricity. Throughout the world, their usage has proven to be vital in ensuring energy security whilst lowering carbon emissions significantly. However, the usefulness of these power plants goes further than just electricity generation. These plants can be made the focal points of various applications, … Continue reading Nuclear Solutions

The Nuclear Initiative Begins

Liberasi has just confirmed the first session of The Nuclear Initiative. This is our nuclear power education campaign targeting the general public, specifically university students, to spur the discussion of nuclear power adoption into the Malaysian energy mix. We are hoping to run regular sessions, at least once a month successively at different locations throughout … Continue reading The Nuclear Initiative Begins