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It has already been more than 2 weeks since the 14 th General Elections. The seismic event which saw the Barisan Nasional lose control of the Federal legislature for the first time since Merdeka.
2017 is behind us. As we move forward in 2018, it is useful to look back at the events and issues of 2017 which has impacted the legal landscape of the country.
We need a generation of leaders who are not shackled by personal political interests.
We don’t need so many political parties, especially when they’re only around for selfish reasons.
The argument that any artistic or literary work must not cause offence or hurt the feelings of others misses the whole point of satire. Satirical works that do not offend are not satire.
No citizen should ever be excluded or prevented from taking a stand about a piece of legislation, writes Syahredzan Johan
TIME and again, it’s a similar script that plays out.
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?
AS far as Malaysian politics is concerned, 2016 has served up quite the storm.
Any changes to the Syariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) Act 1965 should be based on settled constitutional and legal principles.