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Waiting for a ‘wetoo’ moment

The Bar Council elections are on, but are women lawyers present and ready to be counted in new Malaysia?

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Jawi officer: I did not know Siti was a lawyer

KUALA LUMPUR: A Federal Territory Islamic Religious Department (Jawi) enforcement officer told a magistrate’s court here that she was not aware that activist Siti Kasim was a lawyer when it raided a closed-door beauty pageant two years ago.

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Interview with Siti Kasim not cancelled, Bernama clarifies

KUALA LUMPUR: Bernama News Channel (BNC) has clarified that it had not cancelled an interview programme with lawyer and activist Siti Zabedah Kasim, popularly known as Siti Kasim, scheduled earlier on Monday (June 4).

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Siti Kasim trial: No warrant needed for raid, says Jawi IO

KUALA LUMPUR: A Federal Territory Islamic Religious Department (Jawi) investigating officer has clarified that no warrant was needed for the raid on a transgender event as it was a seizable offence.

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Jawi officer: No warrants during raids

KUALA LUMPUR: A Federal Terri­tory Islamic Religious Department (Jawi) officer told the magistrate’s court here that warrants were never produced during the raids he was involved in, drawing murmurs from the public gallery.

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Siti Kasim trial: no warrant normally shown for Jawi raids

KUALA LUMPUR: An Islamic department officer at the trial of Siti Kasim said that no warrant was normally shown when conducting a raid.

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Suhakam urges authorities to drop charges against Siti Kasim

PETALING JAYA: The Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam) has urged the authorities to drop charges against lawyer Siti Kasim who was charged with allegedly obstructing a religious department officer from carrying out her duties at an event last year.

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Lawyer pleads not guilty to obstructing religious department officer

KUALA LUMPUR: Lawyer and activist Siti Kasim has claimed trial at a magistrate's court here to allegedly obstructing a religious department officer from carrying out her duties at an event last year.

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Ruckus again at Gua Musang Authorities break Temiar blockades, held journalists released

PETALING JAYA: After a brief lull, the controversy surrounding the anti-logging blockades set up by the Temiar orang asli near Gua Musang has flared up again.

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Logging to go on until Kelantan govt hears otherwise

KOTA BARU: The state government is allowing its appointed logging contractor to conti­nue in a disputed area of the Balah forest reserve in Gua Musang until it can verify a court decision on the matter.