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For checks and balances

THE Dewan Rakyat speaker, it was reported, said that he had received a notification letter from the Prime Minister stating that the agenda of the Parliamentary sitting on May 18 has been amended to focus only on the royal address. The reason for limiting the agenda is said to be the Covid-19 pandemic.

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The language of justice in the courts

RECENTLY, for the first time in Malaysia, the Court of Appeal streamed live hearings online.

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Covid-19: Power of compassion

Pandemic or otherwise, it is these rakyat who rise up to the occasion. If only this power of compassion can be unleashed consistently in peaceful and better times.

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Perikatan Nasional a ‘frontdoor’ government

Whether we like or not, the current government was formed in accordance with the Constitution and rule of law in this country.

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Effective communication vital for a progressive society

When we talk about freedom of speech, we also need to consider the quality of the communication and the opportunities available to do so.

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Can lack of compassion be the test?

We have to keep remembering that we are always human beings first and that the boxes of social construct come later.

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Can the law forfeit your property?

THE law will not allow you to keep stolen property or even property bought with proceeds from an unlawful activity.

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Don’t give unwanted advice when you visit the sick

To visit or not to visit a friend or acquaintance in hospital is a very tricky decision to make.

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Are we voluntarily living a life of lies?

The strategy of instilling fear in our childhood was so effective that it is carried on into life, including in the political realm, where politicians have become adept at creating a bogeyman to make the citizens and voters do their bidding.

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Holding the government accountable to the citizens

IN the past two decades in our country, we have increasingly heard the words “accountability and transparency of the government”. What is it really and how is it possible for ordinary citizens to hold the government accountable for their actions? Should the government even be accountable to the citizens or should they just be left alone to do their work?

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Constitutional supremacy or parliamentary supremacy?

LET me try to explain this as simply as possible so that ordinary citizens who are not lawyers can understand. It is extremely important to our lives.LET me try to explain this as simply as possible so that ordinary citizens who are not lawyers can understand. It is extremely important to our lives.

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A fable of the well of madness

A BUDDHIST monk in Penang told me a story during the holidays after my Form Five.

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