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DR Lim Mah Hui is known for speaking his mind, having been one of the few city councillors who dared go against the Penang government.
HONG KONG (The Straits Times/ANN): The writing was on the wall for sweeping changes to Hong Kong’s electoral system, with Beijing moving to tighten legal loopholes before the next chief executive race in 2022 to ensure only patriots govern the territory.
Guan Eng, wife’s corruption case deferred to May 28 after defence asks for more time to go through 1,000 documents
BUTTERWORTH: The defence team in the corruption and money laundering case involving former finance minister Lim Guan Eng, his wife Betty Chew Gek Cheng and businesswoman Phang Li Koon has requested more time to go through 1,000 documents handed over by the prosecution.
RAMALLAH, West Bank (Reuters) - Hanan Ashrawi, the most famous woman in Palestinian politics, will not be running in the first elections for 15 years, opting instead to mentor a new generation of political leaders.
(Reuters) - Seventy-one percent of American adults, including nearly half of all Republicans, believe former President Donald Trump was at least partially responsible for starting the deadly Jan. 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol, according to an Ipsos poll conducted for Reuters.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate acquitted Donald Trump on Saturday of inciting the mob that stormed the Capitol last month, sparing him from conviction in his second impeachment trial in a year despite broad condemnation of his role in sparking the deadly siege.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democratic prosecutors making the case that Donald Trump incited a deadly insurrection by encouraging his supporters to march on the U.S. Capitol warned the Senate on Thursday that if it fails to convict the former president, "he can do this again."
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A divided U.S. Senate voted largely along party lines on Tuesday to move ahead with Donald Trump's impeachment trial on a charge of inciting the deadly assault on the Capitol, but conviction appears unlikely barring a major shift among Republicans.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A legal scholar cited by Donald Trump's lawyers in arguing that it is unconstitutional to have an impeachment trial for a former president said Trump's defense team misrepresented his work "quite badly."