Let nine-judge Federal Court panel hear Nizar’s objection

The request by the undemocratically ousted Perak menteri besar, Datuk Seri Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin, for a nine-man Federal Court bench to hear his objection...

No end to deaths under police custody?

Reading of the recent death under police...

Karpal cannot be faulted

Is there a pattern in the way the Opposition is being targeted? Is this going to be the new strategy to contain the Opposition?...

Invoke judges’ code of ethics: Investigate these judges

Justice is becoming a rare commodity in our courts when judges of questionable ability sit in judgment. This situation raises serious concerns regarding the...

Protecting the rights of migrant workers and their families: Malaysia’s obligation

The Asean Committee for Migrant Workers (ACMW) Drafting Committee meets in Kuala Lumpur on 7 and 8 December 2009, hosted by the Ministry of...

The political game must end

Democracy is in crisis in Perak. When politicians don’t respect the democratic process...

Review Federal Court’s decision immediately

Chief Justice of Malaya Tan Sr Zaki Azmi must do the nation a favour by ordering the Federal Court to review its decision concerning...

People’s hope in the judiciary has been misplaced

Confronted by crisis in Perak, the people had reason to believe that the judiciary would be our last hope for justice to prevail. That...

Dissolution is the only solution

Nothing has changed – only the roles have been reversed. The Pakatan Rakyat government had 31 seats in the Perak State Assembly to the...

Tegakkan kebebasan beragama serta toleransi, tegas presiden Aliran

Click icon on bottom right of box to expand to full-screen slideshow mode Dalam ucapan utamanya di MAT ini, Presiden Aliran P Ramakrishnan merakamkan...

Malaysia: Refusing to resolve migrant woes

The 7-8 December 2009 ACMW Drafting Committee Meeting on a Framework Instrument on the Protection and Promotion of Migrant Workers’ Rights in Kuala Lumpur...

Perak Speaker’s case: Declare a mistrial

It was another day of absurdity in the annals of the judiciary when Judicial Commissioner Ridwan Ibrahim incomprehensibly ruled on 11 March 2009 to...

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