Tagged: judges

Judiciary far from truly independent 0

Judiciary far from truly independent

To say that our judiciary is truly independent is something that does not make sense especially after witnessing the crisis and the complacency of the institution over the years, observes Ronald Benjamin.

Sacking of judges: Bar dismayed 1

Sacking of judges: Bar dismayed

To honour the memory of the late former Bar Council president Raja Aziz Addruse, we reproduce his full press statement on behalf of the Bar Council reacting to the report of the tribunal which...

When KPIs enter the courts 0

When KPIs enter the courts

Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) have been introduced in courts to improve efficiency. But the preoccupation with the speedy disposal of cases may come at the expense of justice, warns the Penang Bar Committee.

Women judges and sharia 1

Women judges and sharia

Why have conditions been laid down in the case of the two Malaysian women judges? Is it not sheer male prejudice against women, wonders Asghar Ali Engineer.

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