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The “Allah” Decision is Wrong in Constitutional Law

The “Allah” Decision is Wrong in Constitutional Law

Tommy Thomas explains the why the Allah decision was not constitutional.

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Despise. Anonymity.

Despise. Anonymity.

Ho Kit Yen has a message for the anonymous trolls after her online ire.

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PerlembagaanKu 50 Tahun! | MyConstitution is 50!

PerlembagaanKu 50 Tahun! | MyConstitution is 50!

Wow! Edisi ke 50 #UndiMsiaChats akan meraikan 50 tahun Perlembagaan Persekutuan Malaysia! | OMG! The 50th edition of #UndiMsiaChats will celebrate 50 years of the Malaysian Federal Constitution!

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On Khoo Kay Kim and Utusan Malaysia

On Khoo Kay Kim and Utusan Malaysia

Eddin Khoo clarifies the issue of Khoo Kay Kim and the ‘Apa Cina mahu?’ controversy.

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When Must Parliament Be Summoned Again

When Must Parliament Be Summoned Again

Is it 6 months or 120 days, from dissolution or from GE13 date?

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Ask Lord Bobo: Sultan’s Absolute Power, and PR’s Manifesto

Ask Lord Bobo: Sultan’s Absolute Power, and PR’s Manifesto

Does the Sultan have absolute power? Is Pakatan’s manifesto worth reading? Roll up, it’s Bobo.

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#UndiMsiaChats 36 “Constitutional Reform for a New Democracy: Free and Fair Elections”

#UndiMsiaChats 36 “Constitutional Reform for a New Democracy: Free and Fair Elections”

Join us for Andrew Harding’s book launch on 23 February 2013!

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REFSA Rojak: Crisps of the Week (10-16 Feb)

REFSA Rojak: Crisps of the Week (10-16 Feb)

Federal Constitution limits the courts to judicial powers that Parliament chooses to give? Read more on this and other injustice in the news this week, only on REFSA Rojak.

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REFSA Rojak: Crisps of the Week (19-25 Nov)

REFSA Rojak: Crisps of the Week (19-25 Nov)

A crispy take on this week’s headlines: public funds, constitutionality, and of course the Bill.

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MPs in Conversation: Parliamentary Elections & Funding

MPs in Conversation: Parliamentary Elections & Funding

A forum this Thursday, 29 July 2011, 8-10pm, Sunway University.

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The Disenfranchisement of Bona Fide Sabahans (Stories from the East)

The Disenfranchisement of Bona Fide Sabahans (Stories from the East)

This paper by the Common Interest Group Malaysia (CigMa) highlights the plight of the 19 million people of Borneo, in particular Sabahans under the Federation of Malaysia. It details the policies and actions of the Government at both Federal and State levels that have led to the marginalisation and disenfranchisement of the natives of Borneo. […]

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In Defense of My Fellow Sarawakians Who Exercised Their Voting Rights (Stories From the East)

In Defense of My Fellow Sarawakians Who Exercised Their Voting Rights (Stories From the East)

Together with hundreds of thousands of other Sarawakians, M. Chauhan recently exercised his right as a citizen to vote in the State elections. So which part of “MY RIGHT TO VOTE” does Utusan Malaysia not understand?

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Does Egypt Need a New Constitution?

Does Egypt Need a New Constitution?

We hear frequent calls for a new Egyptian constitution. But will a new constitution provide the fundamental break from 30 years of authoritarian rule that Egyptians are calling for?

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MyOverseasVote: Why Malaysians Overseas Must Be Allowed To Vote

MyOverseasVote: Why Malaysians Overseas Must Be Allowed To Vote

Andrew Yong, coordinator of MyOverseasVote, explains why Malaysian citizens overseas won’t give up until they are given the right to vote from overseas.

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Dual Nationality: The Queen’s Malaysians

Dual Nationality: The Queen’s Malaysians

Continuing his series on popular misconceptions about what the Constitution does or doesn’t provide, Andrew Yong looks at the question of dual nationality and the British connection.

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K-point: Fools On The Hill

K-point: Fools On The Hill

A singalong on Malaysian politics.

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Xmas Cheer: How Naughty Or Nice Have Malaysians Been This Year?

Xmas Cheer: How Naughty Or Nice Have Malaysians Been This Year?

So how naughty or nice have Malaysians been this year, across the board?

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LoyarBurok Book Review: “Constitutional Law in Malaysia and Singapore”

LoyarBurok Book Review: “Constitutional Law in Malaysia and Singapore”

A review of the third edition of popular cases and commentary book, “Constitutional Law In Malaysia and Singapore”

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[UPDATED] Save Malaysian on death row in Singapore

[UPDATED] Save Malaysian on death row in Singapore

M. Ravi, a human rights lawyer in Singapore has issued this press statement asking Malaysia to make clear to the Singapore government that Malaysia will not tolerate the execution of a young Malaysian because he has been denied a proper clemency process.

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