Reflecting On The Law


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Reflecting On The Law

Reflecting on Dewan Negara’s role

People would like to see the Dewan Negara as part of the check-and-balance mechanism of the country.

Reflecting On The Law

Restoring Parliament’s eminence

Systems in which people participate are systems they are likely to respect.

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Walking the middle path

We should accept that our critics are our best friends, broadening our horizons, correcting our flaws and helping us to grow better.

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Varsity education and employability

Supplying technically sound but morally neutral human cogs for the industrial wheel will not lead to enlightened development.

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A world in crisis

Many Muslim societies are indeed in turmoil, but we must avoid confusion between the faith and the faithful.

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Arresting the nation’s legal woes

A mother pines for her child, the community is polarised, the judiciary is split down the line; the legislature maintains thunderous silence.

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Improving institutional efficacy

Our premier democratic institution is unable to fulfil many of its constitutional mandates.

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Building bridges, dismantling walls

Devotion to religion does not require hating others who love God differently.

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Adenan’s bold move to restore 1963 pact

In Sarawak, English was never dethroned officially as the National Language Act 1963/67 was never ratified by the State Assembly.

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Catching flies while hornets fly free

DEATH penalty for the illegal import, export, sale or possession of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances is known to the legal systems of 33 countries. Among them are China, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Malaysia, Singa­pore, Indonesia, the United States, Yemen, Pakistan, North Korea and Japan. In 13 of these countries, the death sentence is mandatory.

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What a law teacher's role is

Often students don't remember what you teach them. They remember who you are.

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Negotiating a vote of no confidence

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

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