Reflecting On The Law


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Reflecting On The Law

Negotiating a vote of no confidence

Despite the Westminster systems’ role in enforcing responsibility, there is also uncertainty surrounding it.

Reflecting On The Law

Not a mere ceremonial body

The Conference of Rulers can restore balance, counsel moderation and rein in the extremists.

Reflecting On The Law

Judge with many landmark decisions

Datuk Mohd Hishamudin Mohd Yunus has retired from the Bench, but his integrity, fearless independence and unwavering commitment to constitutional supremacy will be remembered.

Reflecting On The Law

Race relations and the Federal Constitution

Despite its imperfections, the document was a significant attempt to balance the rights, privileges and legitimate expectations of every community.

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Momentous issues at stake in court

A legislature deriving its powers from a Constitution cannot devour the source of its powers.

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Terror’s many dimensions

Counter-terrorism measures must be accompanied by a holistic approach that promotes prevention and peaceful resolution of prolonged conflicts.

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Remembering historic moments

It’s time to examine some landmark documents that shaped the world as we know it.

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Honouring Constitutional promises

The Federal Constitution grants to Sabah and Sarawak a number of iron-clad guarantees of their autonomy and special position.

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Independent thought in Islam

Eminent scholars and ground-breaking scientists flourished in Islamic civilisation from the 8th to the 13th century.

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The right to religion and religion of rights

Both great forces need to be harnessed for the common cause of human salvation.

Reflecting On The Law

Making Parliament more effective

Decisions in which people participate are decisions they are likely to respect.

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In praise of moderation

Moderation does not mean acceptance of evil. Moderates have a duty to stand up for truth and justice but in a non-violent manner.

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