Recent and archived articles by Azmi Sharom
In a democracy, everyone should have the space to have their say, even if we disapprove of what they are saying.
First came a surprise ban, but it was followed by an inspiring, heartwarming Court of Appeal decision.
The way the new Chief Justice of the Federal Court and President of the Court of Appeal were appointed has raised some important questions.
Once a sentence has been pronounced, it should be carried out according to the book and without any additional measures.
Universities are not just about training the workforce, but also about preserving knowledge and producing graduates who can be creative and imaginative.
If the two Turks arrested recently are involved in terrorism, they should be brought to court.
Even if we disapprove of what they say, we should defend to the death their right to say it.
The goal is to protect girls who are not mature enough to make complicated decisions with far-reaching consequences.
FIVE school teachers have been given show cause letters by the Education Ministry for being “excessively” critical of the Government in public forums and the like. I wish I could find out what they said; it would be nice to see what “excessive” is.
The window for registering to vote could be narrowing, so don’t throw away your privilege and responsibility.