Tag: Richard Malanjum

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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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!

Najib Gets Full Pardon Support From Sarawak Leaders

Sabah and Sarawak, having suffered internal colonisation since 1963, support Full Pardon for former Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak, with or without restoration of the rule of law!

Najib Has Real Options For Leaving Jail

Former Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak's family, the three children in Umno in particular, may take the cue from suspended and retired Judge Hamid Sultan Abu Backer on ending his arbitrary detention!

Najib’s Girl Yana Sees Father No Thief But In Jail

It's open secret for Yana Najib that the narrative on the 1MDB phenomenon could have been better handled by former Prime Minister Najib Razak and/or media team as Trial by Media took centre stage and threatened him and beleaguered family from all sides!

IRB Mud On Face From Najib Tax Case

The Najib income tax case in the court of law, initiated by Mahathir ventilating ignorance, was also tainted by procedural unfairness and non-compliance with the Specific Relief Act 1950, among others!

Najib Lost Chances To Stay Out Of Jail

Originating Summons, clearly not remedy in law, may be persuasive authority as Declaration, but not needed on Pardon for former Prime Minister Najib! Commentary and...

PM Anwar Gives Agong ‘Green Light’ On Pardon For Najib

Agong can act on Pardon for former Prime Minister Najib Razak, with or without advice from Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim, and without giving reasons! Commentary...

Three Attorney General In Malaysia Have ‘Equal Status’

The justice system in Malaysia may be broken as the Narrative on the Attorney General in Putrajaya, Sabah and Sarawak, appears controlled by multiplicity...

1MDB On Political Donation: Court Is Not Right, Proper Forum

The court, as evident from 1MDB charges, has degenerated into alleged "abuse of power", based on bits and pieces, on prerogative and discretionary powers of government and management!

Ex-AG Tommy Thomas’ Day In Court On Law In Malaysia

There’s grave cause for public concern on reported 19 problem areas in Tommy Thomas' memoirs, ‘My Story: Justice in the Wilderness’ on law!

Bar Council Misses The Point In Hysterical Anti-QC Tirade

Malaysia, lacking in brilliant lawyers like QC, sees no novel developments in court! The Bar Council of Malaya, based on its own statement on QC...

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...