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Some leaders are ready to sacrifice the true path to gain power
As the government gets ready for Budget 2014, Malaysians take stock of what they have ... and don't have.
Events in 2013 will undoubtedly impact the future and 2014 is already looking like it will continue this ‘trend’ of interesting legal developments.
The Sedition Act 1948 must be one of the most maligned laws in our statute books. Such laws, promulgated by our colonial masters, no longer can stand the test of time, and should be repealed.
Shopping at the many air-conditioned complexes in the city may be more comfortable, but if you want to feel the heartbeat of Kuala Lumpur, you must sample the night bazaar in Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman during Ramadan.
UNLESS you have been living under a rock for the past week or so, you would probably know that the Dewan Rakyat has recently passed a controversial bill known as the National Security Council (NSC) Bill.
Three controversial legislations passed by Parliament in 2015.
The position of the Attorney-General has been brought to sharp focus by certain issues over the past few months.
Members of Parliament and senators take an oath to discharge their duty to the best of their ability, that they will bear true faith and allegiance to Malaysia and preserve, protect and defend the Federal Constitution.
The much criticised National Security Council (NSC) Act will come into force on Aug 1 2016.