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Government replies to allegations raised by Dr M

Mahathir has raised several allegations on the Government's decision to abort building a bridge to replace the Johor Causeway. Here the Government sets out facts and sketches the historical backdrop in which this decision was reached.

Govt: Declassified documents 'put the record straight' on bridge issue

Press statement issued by the Prime Minister's Department on declassified documents pertaining to the crooked bridge

Protect judges, court told

The Federal Court should guard against a trend where the judgments of superior courts are sought to be set aside because of adverse comments in the judgment about parties, witnesses or those not involved in the proceedings, the Metramac appeal hearing was told yesterday.

Court ignored company laws

The Court of Appeal judgement in the suit between Fawziah Holdings Sdn Bhd and Metramac Corporation Sdn Bhd has ignored the country's 150-year-old company laws, the Federal Court heard yesterday.

Counsel: No evidence to show economic duress

There was no evidence to show a crude case of economic duress as stated in the judgment of Court of Appeal judge Justice Gopal Sri Ram, said Metramac counsel Muhammad Shafee Abdullah.

Counsel: Court’s remarks unfair

The disparaging remarks made by the Court of Appeal in the judgment against Metramac Corporation Sdn Bhd were totally unwarranted and unprecedented, the Federal Court heard yesterday.

Motion on Tajuddin fails

The House rejected a motion by Opposition Leader Lim Kit Siang to discuss the need to set up a Royal Commission of Inquiry to conduct investigations into what he had alleged were mega financial scandals in the past 20 years.

Stick to the agreed issues

Counsel for toll concessionaire Metramac Corporation Sdn Bhd, in a legal wrangle with Fawziah Holdings Sdn Bhd, has been reminded by the Federal Court to focus its submissions on the three questions which had been approved by court.

Rithauddeen is people’s choice

If it were up to I>The Star/Ireaders, then Tan Sri Tengku Ahmad Rithauddeen would be the man to mediate between Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

On the right to choose counsel

Is the right to choose one's lawyer an absolute right or a qualified right? SHAILA KOSHY explores this in the light of the recent decision to disallow the applicationfor a Queen's Counsel to represent a Malaysian company in the Federal Court.