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IPOH: Kampar MP Thomas Su has been suspended from DAP for three months due to a ruckus that broke out at the party’s state convention in March.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's justice minister on Thursday asked its Constitutional Tribunal to examine whether an article of the European Convention on Human Rights breaches the constitution, deepening an international row over the country's judicial reforms.
PETALING JAYA: Dewan Rakyat Speaker Datuk Azhar Azizan Harun stayed calm despite the barrage of insults thrown at him during the special Parliament sitting, says Datuk Seri Wee Ka Siong.
PARIS (Reuters) - France's highest appeal court on Wednesday upheld a guilty verdict against the son of Equatorial Guinea's president for embezzlement, paving the way for the potential return of tens of millions of dollars to the country's people.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish authorities are seeking up to 15 years in prison for the licence holder of ByLock, an encrypted messaging app Ankara says was used by the group it blames for an attempted military coup in 2016, state-owned Anadolu news agency said on Wednesday.
JOHOR BARU: The state government joins the growing call for fully vaccinated Malaysians in Singapore to be allowed to quarantine at home instead of spending 14 days at a designated quarantine centre.
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): The Court of Appeal here dismissed an appeal by lawyer Datuk V.K. Lingam to set aside the Advocates and Solicitors disciplinary board's decision to bar him from practising law for alleged misconduct relating to a video clip over judicial appointments on Tuesday (July 27).
KUCHING: The Sarawak state government will wait and see whether it was safe for the state election to be held after the Emergency was lifted on Aug 1, says Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg.
KUCHING: The Sarawak state election does not have to be called within 60 days of the revocation of all Emergency Ordinances on July 21, says Santubong MP Datuk Seri Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Tunisian President Kais Saied, who recently ousted parliament, responded to critics who called his actions a coup on Monday by telling them to "review your constitutional lessons."