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Anwar, Najib, Not Speaking Same Language On SDs for PM’s Post

Between PM Ismail Sabri and Anwar, Opposition Leader the better choice for Umno lawmakers in court We know from media reports in the aftermath of...

How Bad Was Our Economy When Najib Was PM6?

Go figure about the economy as the share market doesn't lie. It reached its highest ever level at 1896 points in April 2018 just...

Malaysia Law Reform More Like A Hydra

Radical rethink in law education may bring about novel developments in court which can be declared as law! We have heard about law reform like...

Johor Ruler Slams DAP Man Over Street Demo Proposal

Sultan Ibrahim reminds people of the past troubles caused by the 13 May 1969 and Bersih Riots The Sultan of Johor, Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum...

So What Happened At The Bar Council’s Walkabout?

Is the Bar Council serious about Judicial independence or are they the spokesperson for certain political parties? It was a Friday, a day when...

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...
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