PusatRakyatLB resident intern Allyna gives an analytical update sans written judgment. On 12 February 2018, the Federal Court denied the University Malaya disciplinary board (UM)’s leave to appeal against the judicial review application of Fahmi Zainol and four other students (UM5). UM5 filed an application for judicial review against the disciplinary action taken against them […]
In this part, former PusatRakyatLB interns Max Kong and Sarah Kapadia gives a lowdown on how the High Court dealt with the judicial review application by Fahmi Zainol and his four colleagues for the disciplinary action against them following their involvement in a talk featuring former opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim in 2014. On 21 April […]
“To see a wrong and not to expose it, is to become a silent partner to its continuance.” – Dr. John Raymond Baker. It is based on this premise that the Plaintiff, Syed Omar bin Syed Agil, sought protection and remedies as a whistleblower under the Whistleblower Protection Act 2010 (“the Act”) for exposing financial […]
Cassandra Chung’s in depth analysis.
Forever intern Cassandra Chung writes about the Bagon Datok case, one of PusatRakyat’s strategic litigation cases. The Facts On 16 April 2013, Barisan Nasional (BN) announced the candidacy of Yang Berhormat Dato’ Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi for the constituency, Bagan Datok in Perak. Nomination day was set to be on 20 April 2013. On 19 […]
Part 2 of Ricky Sim and MCCHR’s discussion on the Seksualiti Merdeka case
Ricky Sim and MCCHR discuss the Malaysian High Court ruling in the Seksualiti Merdeka case.
Roger Tan calls for justice for the most infamous land rob in recent history.
Yet another attempt by the Executive through Parliament to oust the civil courts’ powers.
Is progress being made at the risk of losing culture and livelihood?
Jawapan Amer Hamzah Arshad kepada ROS berkenaan saman untuk disoal siasat.
Surat-surat peguamcara sebagai jawapan kepada Notis-Notis 111 oleh pihak polis.
The Noorfadilla cause papers and written submission.
Antara kemenangan 1-0 ke atas KDN, kebebasan akhbar dan ‘tali barut asing’.
A lamentation on the slim probability of success in strategic litigation cases.
The habeas corpus papers that invalidated the ISA detentions of the Reformasi activists.
A commentary on the SIS book ban case which essentially questions the legitimacy of books bans.
Rebecca looks at the MOV case in her debut article for the MCCHR
Apex Federal Court decisions are perpetuating the 137 confusion.