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Enhancing Parliament’s role

To assist MPs in their legislative and overseeing functions, each MP should be assigned research staff and legislative assistants.

Reflecting On The Law

A watershed election

The effects of the Opposition taking five states will be felt for some time, writes SHAD SALEEM FARUQI.

Nation

A watershed election

The effects of the Opposition taking five states will be felt for some time, writes SHAD SALEEM FARUQI.

Letters

A watershed election

The effects of the Opposition taking five states will be felt for some time, writes SHAD SALEEM FARUQI.

Nation

DAP can fight it out in court

DAP can try to bring back local council elections although the Local Government Act does not allow it, a senior professor of law said.

Nation

Raja of Perlis has the right to pick MB

Under the Perlis Constitution, it is the prerogative of the Raja of Perlis and not the Prime Minister to decide who commands the confidence of the majority and should be made Mentri Besar after the elections, said constitutional law expert Prof Shad Faruqi.

Reflecting On The Law

Avalanche of engaging issues

The General Election has brought up many engaging and intractable issues from the dissolution of Parliament, to the legality and legitimacy of a caretaker government, to the role of Sultans in the appointment of Mentris Besar. It may be time to relearn our constitutional law.

Letters

Avalanche of engaging issues

The General Election has brought up many engaging and intractable issues from the dissolution of Parliament, to the legality and legitimacy of a caretaker government, to the role of Sultans in the appointment of Mentris Besar. It may be time to relearn our constitutional law.

Reflecting On The Law

Turning the spotlight on the State Rulers

State Rulers are constitutional monarchs whose roles are defined and limited bythe law. They are not expected to rule in person or to seek to control the day-todayadministration of government or to get involved in partisan politics. But inactual practice, however, the influence of the State Rulers on government andsociety is far greater than what the law envisages.

Letters

Turning the spotlight on the State Rulers

State Rulers are constitutional monarchs whose roles are defined and limited bythe law. They are not expected to rule in person or to seek to control the day-todayadministration of government or to get involved in partisan politics. But inactual practice, however, the influence of the State Rulers on government andsociety is far greater than what the law envisages.