Stage is set for a ‘bar fight’


PETALING JAYA: The stage is set for a “bar fight” of a different kind at the Malaysian Bar’s annual general meeting today with controversial motions – including calling for the Attorney-General to step down and to introduce a mandatory training scheme – to be mooted.

Three lawyers – Charles Hector, Francis Pereira and Shanmugam Ramasamy – had proposed a motion to debate the call for A-G Tan Sri Mohamed Apandi Ali to resign.

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