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Federal Court’s Decision in Viran v Deepa

Federal Court’s Decision in Viran v Deepa

A brief summary of the Federal Court’s decision in the recent Deepa case.

Indira Gandhi Judgment Conditionally Stayed

Indira Gandhi Judgment Conditionally Stayed

Indira’s kids not affected but can other kids now be converted unilaterally in Perak?

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Allah, Liberty & Love In BM Unbanned

Allah, Liberty & Love In BM Unbanned

Broad grounds for judgment unbanning the book.

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Contract and Employment Masterclasses – Enrol Now!

Contract and Employment Masterclasses – Enrol Now!

Learn contract and employment laws from lawyers with practical experience!

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StarClove: Empowering citizens

StarClove: Empowering citizens

Edmund Bon on law, lifestyle and LoyarBurok.

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Malaysiakini: Api Dalam Sekam?

Malaysiakini: Api Dalam Sekam?

Antara kemenangan 1-0 ke atas KDN, kebebasan akhbar dan ‘tali barut asing’.

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Judge knocks out KDN veto of Malaysiakini

Judge knocks out KDN veto of Malaysiakini

Uppercaise’s blogpost on the landmark case.

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Another Response to the 8 LoyarBurokkers

Another Response to the 8 LoyarBurokkers

The debate continues, as Eric Choo puts his views into the ring.

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Roger’s Answer to LoyarBurokkers

Roger’s Answer to LoyarBurokkers

Roger says LoyarBurokkers’ response was fallacious and mendacious.

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Fallacies Spun by Critics of the Bar

Fallacies Spun by Critics of the Bar

A joint response to critics of the Bar on the Bersih EGM resolution.

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Malaysiakini: Lawyers To Proceed With EO Test Case

Malaysiakini: Lawyers To Proceed With EO Test Case

Lawyer K Shanmuga claimed that his clients had been detained for more than 60 days without trial; forced to sign blank documents; kicked and severely assaulted with metal pipes, wires and aluminum rods; and prevented from meeting their lawyers.

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Defending Civil Society – Report on Laws and Regulations Governing Civil Society Organisations in Malaysia

Defending Civil Society – Report on Laws and Regulations Governing Civil Society Organisations in Malaysia

Link to the full “Report on Laws and Regulations Governing Civil Society Organisations in Malaysia” which outlines the legal framework and environment governing civil society organisations (CSOs) in Malaysia.

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Ops P.I.S.A.N.G.: Loyarburok Opens Community Centre

Ops P.I.S.A.N.G.: Loyarburok Opens Community Centre

An edited version of a report by KomunitiKini, which first appeared on komunitikini.com on 21 March 2011

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Far From The Madding Crowd

Far From The Madding Crowd

A report on Ops PISANG by LoyarBurokker Pei Ling, which first appeared in the Selangor Times Issue 18, 1-3 April 2011.

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LoyarBurok to Focus on Voter Education

LoyarBurok to Focus on Voter Education

News on LoyarBurok from The Malaysian Insider!

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LoyarBurok Opens Up Resource Centre to ‘Empower Malaysians’, The Star Online, Sunday March 20, 2011

LoyarBurok Opens Up Resource Centre to ‘Empower Malaysians’, The Star Online, Sunday March 20, 2011

News on the opening of Malaysian Centre for Constitutionalism & Human Rights aka the LoyarBurok Rakyat Centre.

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LoyarBurok in The Star: Cheeky Take on Human Rights

LoyarBurok in The Star: Cheeky Take on Human Rights

“The blog is bold, funny, and at times even irreverent. But what do you expect of a group whose logo is a monkey in a judge’s ceremonial white wig and sticking out its tongue?”

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Seriously: What Is LoyarBurok And What Does It Do?

Seriously: What Is LoyarBurok And What Does It Do?

Welcome Speech delivered on behalf of LoyarBurok at Remember | Review | Reclaim on 12th December 2010 at the Annexe Gallery, Central Market Annexe, Kuala Lumpur at the launch of Perak: A State of Crisis. On behalf of LoyarBurok and all LoyarBurokkers, welcome to “Remember, Review, Reclaim” 1212 LoyarBurok began as a forum by 6 [...]

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The New York Times: Malaysian Custody Dispute Lost Between Courts

The NY Times has again quoted LoyarBurokker K.Shanmuga in its coverage of the Indira Gandhi custody case where recently a civil court overruled the decision of a syariah court. This latest article reports on her ex-husband’s failed attempt in getting a stay order on that ruling and her plans to contest her children’s conversion.

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The New York Times: Clearer Limits Sought in Malaysia for Shariah Courts’ Role

The New York Times on 12 March featured the article titled above in reaction to the Indira Gandhi custody case where the Ipoh High Court in Perak overruled a Syariah court decision. LoyarBurokkers K. Shanmuga, who acted for Ms. Gandhi and Edmund Bon are quoted in the article, reproduced below.

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