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The world cup craze is now reaching its fever pitch. It is not surprising the number of walking “zombies” in the streets is more evident after the overnight indulgence with the football fever.
No citizen should ever be excluded or prevented from taking a stand about a piece of legislation, writes Syahredzan Johan
The Court of Appeal’s judgment is a step towards bringing this piece of legislation closer in line with the Constitution.
Any changes to the Syariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) Act 1965 should be based on settled constitutional and legal principles.
Parents should encourage their kids to excel in sports.
The Internet has democratised information.
The global economy is currently undergoing a steady stream of headwinds. The fall in the price of oil, a slowdown of the Chinese economy, the migrant crisis in Europe, the political turmoil in Ukraine and the Middle East coupled with money being removed from emerging markets, all this present a complex set of challenges to policymakers.
Three controversial legislations passed by Parliament in 2015.
I must admit that I did not expect the Bersih 4 rally to pass without incident.
The right to freedom of religion and the practice of faith must not be compromised.