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Lawyer: Malaysia Is a Quasi-Secular State

Lawyer: Malaysia Is a Quasi-Secular State

Two lawyers disputed common political claims that Malaysia is an Islamic state.

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Conversations on the Constitution: Keeping the Faith under the Constitution

Conversations on the Constitution: Keeping the Faith under the Constitution

An exciting forum this Tuesday 16 August, 8pm.

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MPs in Conversation: Freedom of Information – Your Right to Know?

MPs in Conversation: Freedom of Information – Your Right to Know?

A forum this Friday 29 July, 8-10pm, Bar Council Auditorium.

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9 July: Every Day In Malaysia

9 July: Every Day In Malaysia

The spirit lives on.

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White Noise: Democratising Senses Of The Sharp And Simple

White Noise: Democratising Senses Of The Sharp And Simple

Ms Boo Su-Lyn, in our definitive music column, White Noise, debuts on LoyarBurok with a lyrical review of MyConstitution’s (superb, first-of-its-kind album, period, no doubt about it) “Radio Demokratika”. Is there any reason not to get it even if there is some “forgettable rock mish-mash”?

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Lord Bobo’s Minion at Fort Cornwallis

Lord Bobo’s Minion at Fort Cornwallis

Have you ever heard of ‘Lord Bobo’s Minion’? If you haven’t, where have you been for the past months? Lord Bobo’s Minion is a one-man band, one of the 12 acts featured in MyConstitution campaign Radio Demokratika album.  You can get the album at Rock Corner, Victoria Music Centre, the Bar Council and the Rice […]

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Rock 4 Rights, joms!

Rock 4 Rights, joms!

Rock 4 Rights coming to Penang on 2 April 2011 from 12pm to 12am!

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The Message Is In The Song

The Message Is In The Song

Bob Marley once sang these famous words: Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery None but ourselves can free our minds Have no fear for atomic energy ‘Cause none of them can stop the time I wondered whether he was high on weed when he was writing those words. Whether he was or wasn’t, this song went […]

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Radio Demokratika Soft-Launch at Pekan Frinjan

Radio Demokratika Soft-Launch at Pekan Frinjan

Soft-launch of Radio Demokratika at Pekan Frinjan, 5 March 2011 5 pm – 12 pm; Official launch of Radio Demokratika, 2 April at RockRock MyConsti, Fort Cornwallis, Pulau Pinang

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LoyarBorak #6: The FIRST EVER LoyarBurok Podcast Discusses RadioDemokratika

LoyarBorak #6: The FIRST EVER LoyarBurok Podcast Discusses RadioDemokratika

The first ever LoyarBorak podcast! Recorded late last year, the pod talks about RadioDemokratika, the upcoming album by the MyConstitution campaign, which is scheduled to be launched in March 2011.

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LoyarBurok’s Top 10 of 2010

LoyarBurok’s Top 10 of 2010

LoyarBurok casts a collective beady eye at the twelve months that was 2010.

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LoyarBorak #3 (Bhg. 1) — Perlembagaan: Pornografi, Moraliti & Undang-Undang

LoyarBorak #3 (Bhg. 1) — Perlembagaan: Pornografi, Moraliti & Undang-Undang

LoyarBorak #3 adalah debat e-mel diantara dua ahli Jawatankuasa Undang-undang Perlembagaan Majlis Peguam, Aston Paiva dan Fyrol Ikram Othman. Debat mereka merangkumi pelbagai isu. Dalam bahagian ini (bahagian 1 daripada 6 bahagian), saudara Aston dan Fyrol berborak mengenai pornografi, moraliti & undang-undang.

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[VIDEO] How Did Lord Bobo’s Minions & This Song Get Onto RadioDemokratika?

[VIDEO] How Did Lord Bobo’s Minions & This Song Get Onto RadioDemokratika?

Fahmi: “… macam, macam Pearl Jan …” In what is the last episode (#124) of the year, PopTeeVee’s The Fairly Current Show brings on (to its peril) two LoyarBurokkers – Farez Jinnah, the curator of MyConsti‘s soon-to-be-released, excellent RadioDemokratika, and Fahri Azzat, Lord Bobo’s Minion, to speak (and sing to) you! Who let that song […]

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The Enlightened Rakyat Workshop

The Enlightened Rakyat Workshop

Who are you? What is your role in Malaysia? What would you like see of Malaysia? How can you influence people in Malaysia? What would you do if you led Malaysia? Would you like Malaysia to know, who you are?

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Pusat Kebajikan Good Shepherd’s 50th Anniversary Celebrations Carnival

Pusat Kebajikan Good Shepherd’s 50th Anniversary Celebrations Carnival

This coming Saturday, 24th April 2010, head on down to Pusat Kebajikan Good Shepherd’s 50th Anniversary Celebrations Carnival. Come join in the fun, give yourself a treat while giving back to society. MyConstitution will be giving a presentation at 1.00pm – 1.30pm. Rakyat Guides will be given out so come get a copy and know your rights!

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MAKE A DIFFERENCE TODAY – Join The Constitutional Law Committee (Term 2010/2011)

MAKE A DIFFERENCE TODAY – Join The Constitutional Law Committee (Term 2010/2011)

Make a difference today – Join the Constitutional Law Committee (Term 2010/211) and contribute to the MyConstitution campaign! Anyone may join us, everyone has a role to play. Sign up today and do your bit for society. Together we will rock the nation!

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The Thoughts of a Politically Awakening Citizen

A citizen of Malaysia retraces the path of her ongoing political awakening and considers the importance of the Federal Constitution to our lives.

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Court-sanctioned Homicide of a Democratic Concept

3 days to the MyConstitution Phase 2 launch, “Constitutional Institutions and the Separation of Powers”, on Jan 15, 2010 at Sunway University College (4pm), Leslie Gabriel reminds us of the challenge which lies ahead to restore the concept of the separation of powers in this country.

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Perlembagaan dan Pemijak Lembu

Syahredzan Johan menjawab hujah yang dikemukakan oleh Badan Bertindak Penyatuan Ummah berkenaan dengan Perlembagaan Persekutuan, kewarganegaraan dan ketuanan Melayu.

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In the Beginning… the MyConstitution (PerlembagaanKu) Campaign Trail

In the Beginning… the MyConstitution (PerlembagaanKu) Campaign Trail

These past few months have been immensely hectic. The Malaysian Bar is extremely fortunate to have a pool of incredibly talented, young and energetic group of lawyers, pupils-in-chambers, and students working night and day on this Campaign. From the words “let’s move”, the action has been continuous, non-stop, and it has been difficult to keep […]

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