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K-point: Was Attempt To Amend Selangor Constitution Much Ado About Nothing Or Is There A Sinister Overtone?

K-point: Was Attempt To Amend Selangor Constitution Much Ado About Nothing Or Is There A Sinister Overtone?

NH Chan turns his focus on the Selangor Government and slams its attempt to amend the Selangor Constitution. Reiterating sound legal advice given on the LoyarBurok blawg, he asks if there is something amiss in K-point.

Ask Lord Bobo: The Curious Case of the State Secretary

Ask Lord Bobo: The Curious Case of the State Secretary

This week, Ask Lord Bobo answers questions on the Selangor state secretary, the difference between being and living, and how Malaysians students who are overseas can vote in the General Elections.

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K-point: Whose Servant Is He, Anyway?

K-point: Whose Servant Is He, Anyway?

Experienced practitioner Chan Kok Keong tells us that if your employer does not want you, your employer cannot (or should not) be forced to have you. Sod off.

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K-point: Constitutional Tort By The Selangor State Service Commission?

K-point: Constitutional Tort By The Selangor State Service Commission?

There does not appear to have been an appointment made by the Selangor State Service Commission in respect of the vacant SS post. The constitutional position requires the Commission to make the appointment. If not, a suit may be filed to compel the Commission to so act.

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