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IN conjunction with our 61st anniversary of independence, a few NGOs organised a forum on Tuesday night on the topic “Malaysia Baru – 61 Years After Merdeka, Do Ethnicity & Religion Matter?”.
Good governance is multi-faceted with diverse social, political, legal and moral dimensions so much so there is no international agreement on what constitutes good government.
Libya must seek to bring the matter of allied intervention before the International Court of Justice, which must investigate not only the crimes by Muammar Gaddafi but also violations by the coalition.
DECEMBER 10 was Human Rights Day. As we contemplate human rights for the 21st century, we must remember that human rights is a journey, not a destination.
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.
The spirit of the law is one of evolutionary change towards more open, free and democratic campuses.
Seasoned MPs should show grace under pressure and use wit and sarcasm rather than disgraceful language to subdue foes.
Freedom of religion is not absolute, but subject to general laws relating to public order, public health or morality. Part 2 of a two-part article.
Two verdicts delivered last week are signs of a judicial renaissance, but they are likely to be appealed against.
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