THE conviction of Pandan MP Rafizi Ramli and former bank clerk Johari Mohamad and their 30-month jail sentences under the repealed Banking and Financial Institutions Act (Bafia) have raised many questions.
A couple of weeks ago, the Elections Commission (EC) issued the second notice for the re-delineation proposals for the state of Selangor.
OVER the past few weeks, the calls for a boycott of the upcoming general election have been gaining traction. So too the calls for voters to spoil their ballots.
2017 is behind us. As we move forward in 2018, it is useful to look back at the events and issues of 2017 which has impacted the legal landscape of the country.
A constructive rather than a punitive approach would be more likely to achieve the goal of promoting equality.
Recent surveys conducted by various groups have come to the same conclusions; that young people in Malaysia are becoming more disinterested and disillusioned with politics in Malaysia.
Our Constitution prohibits discrimination against citizens, but it applies to the public sector only.
Claims of RM5,000 or below need not be written off thanks to the small claims court.
SOCIAL media has made the world smaller. Now, discourse and debates can occur across continents and time zones.
The 14th General Election will soon be upon us. In less than a year, we will experience what is probably going to be the most important polls in our country's history. There is now so much focus on it today that we can barely see beyond it.
When our country’s harmony is threatened, the antidote will come from remembering our friends of all races and religions.
What are the rights of a child who is being investigated for a crime?