Reflections of a final semester law student on the criteria that he would consider before casting his vote for the next general elections.
An underground report from the Malaysian Civil Liberties Movement (MCLM) Public Forum, which was held below ground level at London’s Holiday Villa Hotel on 12 December 2010.
This is the tale of that act of cowardice and the reasons why I did it. I want readers to assume THE position: our position as students in a local public university – the fears we face and the oppression that we have to endure daily.
LoyarBurok’s 10 wishes for 2011, as voted by LoyarBurokkers.
LoyarBurok casts a collective beady eye at the twelve months that was 2010.
From the Selangor Times Issue 4, 17-19 December 2010. This week, Ask Lord Bobo answers questions on book recommendations, and the UUCA.
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.
A response to Batu 5 who tried to justify the existence of the UUCA.
For quite obvious reasons, “Batu 5” as a law student in a local university must write using a pseudonym for fear of the UUCA. Ironically, putting on his debating hat, he tries to justify UUCA’s from the Government’s perspective.
Belia Harapan Negara. Begitulah bunyi slogan yang sering dilaungkan tetapi sejauh manakah dasar-dasar yang dilaksanakan sejajar dengan apa yang dilaungkan?
The Student Freedom Fund – An Initiative to Support and Promote Student Freedom & Liberty in Malaysia. The fund was born out of a LoyarBurok idea and set up to aid the financial needs for legal proceedings of the UKM 4 to continue challenging the constitutionality of AUKU.
Wajarkah pendidikan dipolitikkan? Komen mengenai salah seorang mahasiswa UKM 4, Woon King Chai, yang digugurkan dari senarai dekan justeru dinafikan anugerah ke atas pencapaian akademik cemerlang beliau.
The LoyarBurok interviews with FFF 2010 winners closes with Loo Que Lin whose short documentary “Pilih” on the campus election and the state of this democratic process in our universities.
A parody judgment on what might come to be as a result of the recent Kuala Lumpur High Court ruling in the UKM 4 case.
Ulasan mengenai keputusan Mahkamah ke atas “kes UKM 4” di mana mahkamah memutuskan bahawa Seksyen 15(5)(a) AUKU adalah sah dan tidak bercanggah atau menyekat hak-hak yang dijaminkan oleh Perlembagaan Persekutuan.
A commentary of the Kuala Lumpur High Court’s dismissal of the challenge mounted by the infamous UKM 4 against the constitutionality of Section 15(5)(a) of the Universities and University Colleges Act 1971 (Act 30).
One of the UKM 4 writes an open as they are mere hours away from the matter’s decision by the Kuala Lumpur High Court. These four political science students have gone on to fight for not just theirs but all Malaysian students freedom. (+VIDEO of Malik Imtiaz, UKM 4 counsel)
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.
Refleksi mengenai kes UKM 4 di mana empat orang mahasiswa mencabar Akta Universiti dan Kolej Universiti sebagai bercanggah dengan Perlembagaan Persekutuan. Keputusan Mahkamah Tinggi Kuala Lumpur akan diumumkan esok, Selasa, 28 September 2010.
Refleksi dan analisa seorang mahasiswa tentang perbicaraan sama ada hak dan kebebasan mahasiswa berpolitik harus dipulangkan kepada mahasiswa.