Test case on right to sue Sultans

The first post-1993 case against a serving Sultan has gone to full trial. The verdict will remain, forever, a signpost to guide future litigation.

MALAYSIA’S Constitution is unique in that it allows civil and criminal actions to lie against a serving Head of State.

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