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When Justice is not administered according to law

When Justice is not administered according to law

The story unfolds with the application of three turncoat members of the Perak Legislative Assembly for a declaration that Speaker Sivakumar’s order, which was made in the Legislative Assembly, that their seats in the Assembly have become vacant because they have resigned was illegal. Here is the report from theSun newspaper, Thursday, April 2, 2009: […]

The Tree Injunction – my thoughts

Raising several questions about the injunction obtained against Perak Assembly Speaker Sivakumar stopping him from convening “unlawful” meetings of the State Assembly. Does it apply to the “tree sitting”?

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Perak Speaker can appoint private lawyers

The restriction in the Government Proceedings Act on “public officers” using private lawyers only with the permission of the Attorney General does not apply to the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Perak defending a suit brought against him in his capacity as Speaker. Thus, the Ipoh High Court decision to bar Tommy Thomas and […]

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