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Bible Desecration Shows Puerile Insensitivity

Bible Desecration Shows Puerile Insensitivity

When by deed the government is insensitive to the religions of others, even to the extent of desecrating their Holy Bible, it only goes to show that this is not a government for the people.

You Jump, I Sue: Can voters sue traitors?

You Jump, I Sue: Can voters sue traitors?

For their willful betrayal of trust, is there a cause of action against the turncoats who jumped ship? Considering the principle of estoppel in determining a cause of action for affected voters and the political parties on whose ticket the turncoats were elected as their representatives to sue these traitors.

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The Necessity of Judging the Judges

For the anniversary of the power grab for control of the Perak State Government by the BN led Government in power, Malaysianinsider asked me to write an essay on the topic that the biggest casualty out of that entire episode is the Law. But the Law is not a casualty.

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Adorna reversal: Selective Justice by the Federal Court?

An incisive look at the ethical dynamics behind the recent Federal Court decision of Tan Ying Hong v Tan Sian San and Ors.

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Part 2 – Gobbledegook and regurgitation in the written judgments of the Court of Appeal in Zambry v Nizar: Postscript – Zainun Ali JCA’s judgment

Part 2 – Gobbledegook and regurgitation in the written judgments of the Court of Appeal in Zambry v Nizar: Postscript – Zainun Ali JCA’s judgment

Postscript On Tuesday, July 7, 2009 I posted an article under the above title on the web with various news portals and here. At that time I only had the written judgments of two of the judges Raus Sharif and Ahmad Maarop JJCA. I have just received the third judgment of Zainun Ali JCA. Below [...]

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