The recent Court of Appeal decision in the Registrar of Muallafs, Ipoh v Indira Gandhi a/p Mutho has provoked much discussion. Retired Judge NH Chan weighs in with his view. A mother’s distress and her desperate cry for global support in her quest for justice for her children who had been forced to convert to […]
Part 2 of this article examines the structural flaws that result in today’s shockingly lack of independence and accountability by the Attorney-General.
Part 1 examines the (utter) failure of our current Attorney-General in carrying out his duties.
Appoint a well respected member of the Bar as the new AG
Reforming the Judiciary with love.
Something UndiMsia! through its #BigPicture has been saying too
Sexual education drawing heat. Get a bite of this week’s headlines while it’s hot – only on REFSA Rojak!
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.
Unity and its place in today’s struggle for democracy.
A subtle yet succinct description of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s acquittal.
4 hari lagi. Tema Perlembagaan ke-6. Mari Menghitung Hari Ke Hari Malaysia dengan MyConsti!
Chong Yuh Tyng contributes to this week’s Stories from the East with a poignant piece about a great Sarawakian, her father the late Tan Sri Chong Siew Fai, former Chief Judge of Sabah & Sarawak (1995 – 2000).
“Elected dictatorships” and the call for democracy.
An email from Azman, following the Bar Council’s press conference on 4 March 2011.
In an alternate universe, this was a decision handed out by the High Court of Caricature at Loyarburok.
The burden faced by lawyers is matched by none other than the glee on the face of the exalted ones when they announce how many cases have been summarily disposed. Of course it is carefully engineered to look as if justice was served. Cold, raw dish indeed.
Reflections of a final semester law student on the state of our legal education and the role it plays in shaping how law is practised in Malaysia.
The Perak case is significant to all Malaysians, as its implications are far-reaching not just for other state governments but also at the national level, especially as discussion is underway on the relationship between the civil service-royalty-political parties in the state of Selangor presently.
So how naughty or nice have Malaysians been this year, across the board?
Lately the Courts are so concerned with speed. It is as if suddenly the Courts have become an F1 team. The thing which really irritates the bejeezus out of me is the seemingly nonchalant attitude displayed by the Courts on fairness and justness. It is as if when a case is disposed, justice is done. As if the way it was disposed, the rationale for the disposal and everything else is secondary or rather not relevant.