Tag: Jeffrey Kitingan

Rule Of Law In Malaysia Lacks Education For Skills

Law practice and court room skills ultimately come from the power of language, wide reading, ability to think, and ability to fathom the judge's thinking on the rule of law!

Anwar Ibrahim Woos Malay And Opposition In Parliament

If Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim has his way, the Bersatu Party for one may be politically buried long before the leaders in court are fined and jailed, and jailed further in default on the fines!

Media Should Not ‘Distort’ Court Ruling In Reporting

If media degenerates into sensationalism based on click baits on court cases, the public perceptions built up by the 'false' narrative may mislead the...

Nothing New In PH Manifesto, Vague On Borneo And Corruption

Except for the Barisan Nasional (BN) Concept, it's unlikely that the Manifesto of other parties in the fray for GE15 would be dramatically different from that announced by Pakatan Harapan (PH)!

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...

‘Proof of Identity’ Can Bring ‘Legal Twilight Zone’ Into Banking System

Special preference for illegal immigrants in Sabah 'unthinkable' in law! There are several relevant points in the following link for this Commentary and Analysis on...

‘New Political Force’ Mere Wishful Thinking, Living On Hope

Professor Murray Hunter's thesis statement in a recent article on "effective new political force" in Malaysia may be too little, too late, the Mother...