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Tuesday, September 27, 2011

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Saturday, February 19, 2011

PRM Applauds the Establishment of Non Muslims' Exco By DAP In Penang

As a multi racial political party in Malaysia, Bureau of Race, Religious and Gender Harmony of Parti Rakyat Malaysia sees that the establishment of  Non Muslim Affairs Exco by the DAP government is a good one in celebrating the idea of unity in diversity of Malaysia. PRM sees that other parties especially the Muslims should not feel that it is a threat to the position of Islam as official religion or Islam itself as Islam also allows the coexistence of other religions.Furthermore, freedom of religion and to practice own religions is eshrined in our very Federal Constitution.
By having this so called Non Muslim Affairs Exco in Penang will definitely strenghten the religious dialogues between Islam and other religions in the country. This definitely will promote religious tolerance in our country.
Parti Rakyat Malaysia once again stresses that in achieving and implementing the Concept of 1Malaysia and Bangsa Malaysia, the ruling government should also support this notion. PRM hopes that by having this proper exco, it will work towards preventing religious extremism in the country.

Head for Bereau of Race, Religious and Gender Harmony
Parti Rakyat Malaysia.


Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Democracy is not just elections

If we believe that politics is too important to be left to politicians only and democracy is not just about elections, then the way forward is to develop independent forces within the civil society. 

While some people argued that we should support Pakatan Rakyat to win elections so they can bring about greater democracy in Malaysia, we must also understand that the struggle for democracy does not end with a Pakatan’s victory. 

What mechanisms are there to ensure that Pakatan does not take the same road as Barisan Nasional, or becomes worse, if they are in power? 

Even if Barisan remains in power, there is no harm for Pakatan to accommodate independent forces within the civil society. In fact, Pakatan and these independent forces can work together to provide checks and balance against the ruling party.

Likewise, if Pakatan takes over the government, these independent forces can also cooperate with Barisan, which becomes the new opposition.  

No matter who becomes the government, it is more important to ensure that democracy and good governance prevail. For that to happen, we need to have independent forces that can stand up to both Barisan and Pakatan.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Parti Rakyat Malaysia Press Statement on 30 December 2010

For the coming years, Parti Rakyat Malaysia shall re-emerge like a breath of fresh air into the political arena of Malaysia.

We still firmly belived in the struggle of our forefounders like Dr. Burhanuddin Al-Helmy, Ahmad Boestamam, Shamsiah Fakeh in bringing about a progressive and equitable society and the PRM will always remain a multiracial political party.

We will continue to struggle with the people against any form of exploitation, violence and corruption. We believe that the capitalistic and neo-liberal systems will continue to exploit the working class and the general population. Many of our social problems like all forms of crimes, unwanted pregnancies, corruption and selfish attitude are mainly rooted in the system that are dominant in Malaysia.

We will have a Barisan Bela Rakyat(People's Front) to go to the ground to struggle alongside the people. In that we are now building our youth section, working with youth groups and NGOs. Our youth shall be called Pemuda Rakyat (People's Youth).

PRM is willing to work with all parties and vehicles (political and others) to strengthen the democratic process in the country. This will be through dialogues, networking and joint actions and struggles. We shall struggle against all forms of fascism, be it political or racial fascism or religious fascism. The people shall live with a sense of duty and responsibility to society and shall not be subjected to any form of immitidation from any groups with power.

Last but not least, we call upon all interested parties to join us. In addition, we welcome the youth who may be searching for a political party that is progressive, multiracial has been historically resilient and with steadfast integrity. This appeal goes also to our former PRM members who may want to come back into the fold of PRM.

In the recent 42 PRM Congress, a restructuring was called for and agreed by the majority in the Congress and in the first Central Committee meeting the new line-up are as follows:

President: Rohana Ariffin
Deputy President : Song Sing Kwee
Vice President: Gary Nair, Salleh Ahmad, Goh Chuin Loon
Secretary General : Koh Swe Yong
Assistant Sec Gen : Kamarul Adnan
Treasurer: Teh Soon Meng
Committee Members: Tan Chin Hong, Yem Ahmad, Ariffin Salimon, Zulkarnain Abdullah, Sivakumar Balakrishnan, Aidit Abdullah, Palaniandy Kunchi, Nadarajah Ramasamy, M. Rizal Ibrahim

Friday, January 14, 2011


Pusat Latihan dan Khidmat Rakyat PRM beralamat di 7D, Jln 1/48, Petaling Utama, PJ kini mempunyai laman blog nya pada tanggal 4.Okt.2010. Kami akan memaparkan apa jua aktiviti, kenyataan rasmi dan khidmat kami kepada semua. Harapan kami, blog ini dapat merapatkan hubungan kami PRM dengan seluruh rakyat Malaysia.HIDUP RAKYAT, HIDUP PERJUANGAN...SALAM DARI KAMI PRM