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Undi18 is a Malaysian youth movement that successfully advocated for the amendment of Article 119(1) of the Federal Constitution to reduce the minimum voting age in Malaysia from 21 to 18 years old.

Malaysia’s National COVID-19 Immunisation Plan: The Missing Details.

The Malaysian Government has recently published its National COVID-19 Immunisation Programme (NIP) outlining its strategy to achieve coverage by February of 2022. Though the document gives a good overview of the country’s vaccination plan from procurement to vaccination, it omits the minute execution details on several aspects along this value chain.  The missing details TrustContinue reading “Malaysia’s National COVID-19 Immunisation Plan: The Missing Details.”

Gadai hutan juga punca banjir

Penebangan hutan merupakan punca masalah banjir menjadi semakin kritikal di Malaysia. Penebangan hutan secara haram atau dibenarkan, memberi kesan besar kepada kestabilan ekosistem, ekonomi dan kebajikan rakyat. Ketika ini, sebilangan rakyat Malaysia menyambut awal tahun 2021 dengan satu lagi gelombang bencana banjir yang besar. Ini bukanlah masalah baharu. Isu nasional ini pasti kedengaran saban tahun.Continue reading “Gadai hutan juga punca banjir”

Youth perspective on Budget 2021 – Nadia Malyanah and Tharma Pillai

Original article was published on 25th November 2020 on The Vibes. TOMORROW, our parliamentarians will be voting on Budget 2021, which will make or break Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin’s government. While the political battle to become or remain government is ongoing, we cannot forget that this is the most important Budget in the past decade. Continue reading “Youth perspective on Budget 2021 – Nadia Malyanah and Tharma Pillai”

Why Undi Ketiga

All of us learn in school that Malaysia is a democracy. That means we elect our leaders and those in government, whose job is to run the country, and that much is clear at both the national and the state level. Every General Election (GE), we vote for our Members of Parliament (MPs) in Parliament and for our state representatives (ADUNs) in each State Legislative Assembly (DUN)…

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