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The Straits Times: M’sian youth activism flourishing

The Straits Times: M’sian youth activism flourishing

Carolyn gives a brief on youth activism in Malaysia.

Local Council Elections Rising from the Ashes: LGA v The Constitution

Local Council Elections Rising from the Ashes: LGA v The Constitution

LoyarBurok has been pursuing the return of local council elections. You’ve read that we don’t need the EC to hold local council elections and you’ve voted on our poll that you want this process restored. Here the constitutionality of the Local Government Act is considered.

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Being Muslim in Malaysia is so wonderful!

Being Muslim in Malaysia is so wonderful!

Musings on how wonderful it is being a Muslim in Malaysia with numerous religious departments and even more religious officers – all selflessly ensuring Muslims never have to sprain a muscle thinking or go astray.

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Peguam Rakyat Protest: The Fallout Series – “It’s the principle”

Last week lawyers protested in Bukit Aman against police abuse of power. Since then comments from within the legal fraternity on Rostrum e-group surfaced at a frenzied pace. After minor editing for language and to put the posts in context, LoyarBurok, with writers’ consent, presents: “Peguam Rakyat Protest: The Fallout Series”

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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 Discomfort of Getting Off The Fence

Remember what happened when humpty-dumpty sat on the wall? He had a great fall. How much longer will you straddle the fence, bottom comfortably perched, feet almost but not quiet touching ground? What will it take to arouse a person from out of perfunctoriness? – Defenestration? Corruption? Surreptitious alteration of your country’s constitution?

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THE SOCIAL CONTRACT – correcting the misconceptions

The in-thing nowadays seems to be the phrase “social contract”. Every Tom Dick, hairy or otherwise, seems to be so well versed with this subject. You make a bit of noise about the Federal Constitution and you would be referred to the “social contract”. You question a teeny wee bit about equality and you would […]

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