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It is fundamental to fully appreciate how Malaysia was founded for a meaningful study of history to take place.
A Federal Court decision earlier this year has restored judicial power of the federation to the judiciary.
Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad is known to be both methodical and mercurial. He remains Malaysia's longest-serving prime minister but has turned against the party that sustained him for his entire political career and is cavorting with former political rivals whom in the past he derided as anti-national.
Democracy is not a political system in which the majority may do as it pleases.
The special position of Islam as the religion of the State is clear, but laws do not have to be passed in conformity with Islamic law to be valid.
For the vast majority of Malaysians irrespective of race or religion, citizenship is guaranteed and protected by the Federal Constitution, and should not be questioned.
2016 has come and gone. Many things have happened in the last year. Like previous years, legal and human rights issues arose and were discussed and debated. What about 2017?
Any changes to the Syariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) Act 1965 should be based on settled constitutional and legal principles.
Unlike the Police Act before this, the Peaceful Assembly Act allows assemblies without prior notification.
The right to travel abroad is a constitutional right guaranteed by the Federal Constitution.