Tag: Federal Constitution

Sabah ‘Claim’ Hits Brick Wall At Risk Of Colonialism

It's highly unlikely that the Federal Court, bearing colonialism in mind, will rule that the Sabah 40 per cent claim lacks merit. This remains political issue which demands political decision. It's not matter for court ruling! Commentary and Analysis . . . If the Federal Court does not rule that there's no proof that the judicial review application by the Sabah Law Society (SLS) wasn't...

BRICS For Malaysia: Economic Opportunity or Strategic Risk?

Last week, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim confirmed Malaysia’s intention to seek accession with the BRICS economic grouping. The announcement brought excitement and consternation concurrently to Malaysians. Let’s dissect why the news brought the feeling of excitement and dread simultaneously to Malaysia.
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Law In Malaysia Never The Same Again After Najib Cases

QCs turning up at Federal Court for SRC RM42m case implicating Najib most interesting development in legal history. Malaysiakini subscribers, who previously put the controversial...

Farmer’s Case Illustrates Najib Isn’t Getting ‘Special Treatment’

In the rule of law, basis of the Constitution, no one above the law, all equal before law, rights come with remedies. First, in connecting...

Najib Can ‘Adduce’ Fresh Evidence For New RM42m SRC Trial

The former Prime Minister can initiate developments via 'letter of representation'. There may be a case for Najib Abdul Razak to submit a "letter of...

M’sia Should Do Away With LLB, Widen Talent Pool For Law

English must be brought back for law, the education and profession reformed. It's high time that we call a spade a spade on the controversial...

Anti-Hopping Bill ‘Fatally Flawed’, Focus On Electoral Integrity

Legislative seats belong to winners, not the parties whose symbols were used in elections In law, it's safe to assume that the proposed Anti-Hopping Bill...