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Time to Reform the Dewan Negara?

Time to Reform the Dewan Negara?

On ensuring the quality of senators in the House through direct election.

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A History of Malapportionment: How BN Can Win 59.9% Seats with 46.8% Votes

A History of Malapportionment: How BN Can Win 59.9% Seats with 46.8% Votes

A constitutional history lesson.

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BFM: Caretaker Government 101

BFM: Caretaker Government 101

A legal geekfest on BFM.

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Caretaker Government: By Law or Convention?

Caretaker Government: By Law or Convention?

Wait, have Edmund and Syah been discussing the wrong issue?

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Do We Need Old Teh Tarik In New Glasses? Revisiting The Sedition Act

Do We Need Old Teh Tarik In New Glasses? Revisiting The Sedition Act

Do we still need this Act as we have matured both democratically and as a society?

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The Special Position of the Malays (Part Three)

The Special Position of the Malays (Part Three)

The conclusion of a three-part series.

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No, a Caretaker Government by Convention IS Constitutional!

No, a Caretaker Government by Convention IS Constitutional!

What the Constitution doesn’t say about a caretaker government. Syah disagrees with Bon.

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[Updated] Why A ‘Caretaker’ Government By Convention Is Unconstitutional

[Updated] Why A ‘Caretaker’ Government By Convention Is Unconstitutional

What does the Constitution say about a ‘caretaker’ Government?

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Freedom of Religion at Stake: So much for 1Malaysia

Freedom of Religion at Stake: So much for 1Malaysia

An analysis of the Allah issue from both a constitutional and Islamic perspective.

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The Star: Analysing the Constitution

The Star: Analysing the Constitution

This book should find its place in every Malaysian’s library.

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Re Alias & Khalid: Civil Courts To Defer To Shariah Council’s Rulings

Re Alias & Khalid: Civil Courts To Defer To Shariah Council’s Rulings

Yet another attempt by the Executive through Parliament to oust the civil courts’ powers.

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Real Equality: Elusive and Forgotten?

Real Equality: Elusive and Forgotten?

Reminder of the NEP ghost in Malaysia. Read with an open mind :)

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Flashback: MyConstitution Launch Speech by Edmund Bon, 13 November 2009

Flashback: MyConstitution Launch Speech by Edmund Bon, 13 November 2009

Happy 3rd anniversary to MyConstitution. Keep rocking!

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[Updated] Some States Allow For The Renunciation Of Islam

[Updated] Some States Allow For The Renunciation Of Islam

7 States at least.

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Ask Lord Bobo: Of Frogs, Rats, and Penang’s Unconstitutional Anti-Party Hopping Law

Ask Lord Bobo: Of Frogs, Rats, and Penang’s Unconstitutional Anti-Party Hopping Law

Is Penang’s new anti-hopping law unconstitutional?

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The Noorfadilla Papers (2011)

The Noorfadilla Papers (2011)

The Noorfadilla cause papers and written submission.

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10 Things to Do if You Want to Be a Better Malaysian

10 Things to Do if You Want to Be a Better Malaysian

To make this country a better place, we need to start with ourselves.

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Fundamental Freedoms Fringe Fest (4F)

Fundamental Freedoms Fringe Fest (4F)

Come to 4F this 27 September 2012, 7.30pm at KL Convention Centre!

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10 Reasons Why You Should Bother to Protest

10 Reasons Why You Should Bother to Protest

A good reminder that hope lies in action.

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The Special Position of the Malays (Part Two)

The Special Position of the Malays (Part Two)

Origins of Article 153 in the Federal Constitution.

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