UKM4 sat down recently with Liz Gooch of the International Herald Tribune (global edition of the New York Times) to share about their experiences challenging the draconian University & University Colleges Act 1971 in the court of law. This feature story on the UKM4 was not only published in the Asia Pacific edition of the International Herald Tribune but also appeared in print on December 4, 2010 on the New York edition.
Solidariti untuk UKM 4! Bangkit Mahasiswa! Anda dijemput hadir ke himpunan sempena pengumuman keputusan kes “landmark” UKM4 mencabar keabsahan dan keperlembagaan AUKU – berlangsung esok, Selasa, 28 September pada jam 2.00 petang di Mahkamah Tinggi Kuala Lumpur.
In this final instalment, the UKM 4 tells us why they are going on a David and Goliath battle in challenging the constitutionality of the UUCA in a court of law.
You’ve heard of the UKM4, you’ve read about their arrest and charge under the UUCA, you’ve seen a re-energised student movement seeking to repeal the UUCA, and Court proceedings are on-foot. But how much do you really know about the 4 protagonists? The UKM 4 bares all, in 3 Parts.
Media Statement by Mr Speaker V. Sivakumar regarding the Report of the Committee of Powers and Privileges, Perak State Assembly (1) The first question facing the Committee was to determine its own status. Can it still sit after the 7th May Assembly? (2) The second question was whether the proceedings can elect a new Speaker […]