Khadijah who survived the rigorous internship programme at Pusat Rakyat LB discusses the possible benefits of prosecution guidelines to the discourse on freedom of expression in Malaysia. Although the Attorney-General announced that he was dropping the sedition charge against Professor Azmi Sharom in February 2016, the ubiquity of the Sedition Act 1948 left a bitter […]
29 March 2016 /
3 Comments /
Vince Tan writes about women in student politics and activism
3 October 2014 |
Women Rule |
Part 1 of this article examines the (utter) failure of our current AG in carrying out his duty to uphold the rule of law.
19 November 2013 |
Judging the Judges |
Ong Kar Jin believes there’s more to what meets the eye in the recent crackdowns.
31 May 2013 |
Sara Lau dissects the Peaceful Assembly Act 2012 and takes a look at its many loopholes.
23 May 2013 |
What’s behind the polls delay, BN’s silence on thug politics, and the PMO’s splurging on ads.
29 March 2013 |
Selected Exhortations |
The grounds of judgment in Member of Parliament for Batu Chua Tian Chang, a.k.a. Tian Chua’s appeal in the Kuala Lumpur High Court against majistrate court sentence in his conviction for causing hurt to a police constable and stopping him from discharging his duty two years ago.
29 June 2010 |
Selected Judgments |