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Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad paid tribute to the country#8217;s first woman Cabinet member, Tan Sri Fatimah Hashim, saying that her work in politics had opened #8220;floodgates#8221; and created new opportunities for Umno to gather support from Malaysian women.
All eyes are now on Zaid Ibrahim following his appointment as Kelantan Umno deputy liaison chief three weeks ago. The onus is on this lawyer-politician to prove that his appointment is the right tonic for Barisan Nasional in the opposition ruled state, writes JOCELINE TAN.
Attorney-General Datuk Seri Panglima Abdul Gani Patail obtained leave from the Federal Court yesterday to intervene in an appeal involving the constitutionality of Section 72 of the Danaharta Act, a law which gives the national asset management body immunity from injunctions.
Attorney-General Datuk Seri Panglima Abdul Gani Patail obtained leave from the Federal Court Tuesday to intervene in an appeal involving the constitutionality of Section 72 of the Danaharta Act, a law which gives the national asset management body immunity from injunctions.
The Pathology Bill, which is expected to #8220;clean up#8221; operations of clinical laboratories, has been forwarded to the Attorney-General Chambers for approval before tabling in Parliament in June.
Sarawak plans to amend its mining ordinance to encourage more downstream activities, said state Assistant Minister for Industrial Development Datuk Awang Tengah Ali Hassan.
THAILAND'S Attorney-General Vichian Viriyaprasit has joined the chorus of outrage against the gunning down of suspected drug dealers in the country, as the number of bodies rose to almost 400, two weeks into the operation.
Police will soon hand over its investigations on the clearing of land in Blue Valley in Cameron Highlands to the Attorney-General chambers.
Those sentenced to a prison term of less than six months need only do community service under a proposal submitted by the Prisons Department to the Attorney-General's Chambers.
Judges should not be afraid to speak their minds on legal issues, especially on subjects concerning public interest, said Chief Justice Tun Mohamed Dzaiddin Abdullah.