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Our basic charter needs to be interpreted creatively and dynamically. Judges should be receptive to the felt necessities of the times and their interpretations should show suppleness of adaptation to changing circumstances.
Universities must be allowed more leeway to experiment and to innovate if we are to produce well-balanced graduates with professionalism, idealism, wisdom and vision.
The Security Offences Act of 2012 is indeed an important milestone pointing in a new direction of a more balanced, humane and compassionate government.
The various arguments raised for and against the ISA have merit. However, justice is not in legislation but in the fair and equal administration of the law.
If a new federal law against defections by Members of Parliament is desired, several possibilities come to mind.
All of us are entitled to justice under the law. But given the fact that the law is not a motorway but a maze, we need the services of the “gatekeepers of the profession” to secure our rights.
Previously, everything was prohibited unless permitted. Now everything is permitted unless prohibited. This is a significant shift in civil rights thinking.
THE last five decades have shown overwhelming concern for order and stability at the expense of basic civil and political rights.
The guiding principle of the Constitution is equality before the law and equal protection of the law, and its spirit one of accommodation, compassion and tolerance for all.
Summary convictions are a violation of the twin pillars of natural justice that no person should be a judge in his own cause and that no person should be condemned unheard.
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