Tag: Federal Constitution of Malaysia

Malaysia Long Way Off From ‘Happy Days’ For Justice System

Cosmetic touches now and then don't resolve numerous complaints for years on law and lawyers in Malaysia! De Facto Law Minister Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar's...

Mahathir And The Malaise In M’sian Politics – Part II

When UMNO realised too late that they should have listened to Najib Razak! This is the continuation story of Mahathir’s ‘failure’ to honour ‘Agreement with...

Zahid’s Case ‘Tests’ Rule Of Law To Its Limits

Commentary and Analysis by Joe Fernandez Umno President Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, 68, after having argued that he has "immunity" in 47 charges facing him, has...

People’s Petition on MA’63 May Be Way Forward On Malaysia

If I don’t mention source in this comment and analysis, I am connecting the dots as a legal scholar (jurist). There’s originality of thought...

Inseparable Duo, Najib And Rosmah, Have Options In Court

It isn’t possible for anyone, including court, ‘to know law’. ‘Fake News’ by Reuters on Rosmah Mansor . . . In law, those who accuse...

What Actually Brought On The Rise of Extremism?

Part 2 by Ti Lian Ker. Part 1 was published here on 25 January 2021 The rise of Islamism in Malaysian society in the early...
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