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With All Due Respect

Let us save Malaysia

ANSWERING the earlier calls from the Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA) to turn to Cuti-Cuti Malaysia to help the local domestic tourism industry, my family and I decided to spend a weekend at Redang Island recently.

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‘Laws grind the poor, rich men rule the law’

Now, after more than 30 years in legal practice and soon becoming a sexagenarian, it saddens me that we still see, after 63 years of Merdeka and 50 years of the Rukun Negara, the many inequalities and injustices in our society.

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Is our Covid-19 Bill the panacea?

FINALLY. Malaysia’s much awaited version of the Covid-19 Bill (“the Bill”), entitled the Temporary Measures for Reducing the Impact of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Bill was tabled for first reading in the Dewan Rakyat on Wednesday.

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Of the Bench and the Bar

Malaysia’s rule of law can only be upheld if these twin pillars remain independent and fearless.

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Let justice be seen to be done

I JUST recently learnt from an international arbitration news site that the Malaysian government had reached an amicable settlement with the estate of Boonsom Boonyanit, a Thai national, some time in October 2018.

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Upholding the rights of house buyers

ON Tuesday , the Federal Court ruled that the housing controller has no power to waive or modify provisions of the contracts of sale as prescribed by regulations 11(1) and (2) of the Housing Development (Control and Licensing) Regulations, 1989 (1989 Regulations).

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Working together for a cleaner world

FROM Oct 22 to Oct 24, an important world event, which took place at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, almost went unnoticed by the general public.

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The beginning of a new Malaysia

ON May 10, Malaysians woke up to a new country, signaling a dawn of new era.

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Judicial independence is sacrosanct

‘Assaulting the judiciary is as crude and uncivilised as assaulting a referee who impartially and fearlessly applies the rules of the game.’

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No room for hudud law

PAS’ proposed Syariah Courts amendments are no less controversial even when we look at them objectively. The clash of laws will only give rise to another set of headaches to our multi-religious and multi-racial society. PAS’ proposed Syariah Courts Act amendments are no less controversial even when we look at them objectively. The clash of laws will only give rise to another set of headaches to our multi-religious and multi-racial society.

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Resolving tugs of war

The Federal Court ruling on the custody battle between a Muslim convert and his Hindu ex-wife was a landmark decision. Can the thorny issue of unilateral conversion be finally put to rest?

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Mourning a great leader

Spontaneous and emotional outpouring of grief by Singaporeans is indeed a testament to Lee Kuan Yew’s extraordinary achievement in creating a united nation out of a divided, polyglot, multi-racial and multi-religious population.

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