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A Humble Submission

A landmark judgment on judicial power

A Federal Court decision earlier this year has restored judicial power of the federation to the judiciary.

A Humble Submission

Understanding the decision in the transgender case

This case should not be seen as a challenge to the Syariah, nor should it be seen as acknowledging LBGT rights, such as "opening the doors" to same-sex marriages, as alleged by certain quarters.

A Humble Submission

Better to let 10 guilty men go free

The Court of Appeal decision on the Altantuya case tells us that evidence presented at trial is not enough to prove, beyond reasonable doubt, that the two accused are guilty.

The Gaffer

World Cup 2014: Preview - Spain vs Netherlands

It is curtains up for World Cup 2014 with Brazil scoring full points against Croatia in the opening game at the Arena Corinthians. Two goals from Neymar and one from Oscar sealed the win though the match was marred with a controversial penalty decision. We look at Group today with previews on Spain vs Netherlands and Cameroon vs Mexico

The Gaffer

The end for two British gentlemen

IT is a tale of two British Managers. One is David Moyes, while the other is Steve Darby. Both tales are the same - short-lived stays in their former fortresses.

A Humble Submission

Looking back at 2013

Events in 2013 will undoubtedly impact the future and 2014 is already looking like it will continue this ‘trend’ of interesting legal developments.

Making Progress

Elections and candidacy

As expected, Parliament will be dissolved imminently, thus paving the way for the 14th General Election.

Making Progress

Loyalty and politics

THE 40th United States' President, Ronald Reagan, coined one of the most memorable quotes on loyalty in politics. He coined the rule he called the Eleventh Commandment during his 1966 campaign for Governor of California. It reads: Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Republican.

Straight Talking

What should we learn from South Africa

As the year of 2013 draws to a close, many citizens feel that Malaysia is digressing especially on the issue of religious and racial harmony and of course the economy. In normal circumstances, when the economy is good, people will devote more time to enhance their income and less concerned about other issues.

The Flipside

Time for more technocrats

We need a generation of leaders who are not shackled by personal political interests.