The MyConstitution Campaign enters its 2nd phase: “Constitutional Institutions & the Separation of Powers”, and the ConstiLC invites you to the launch!
You have probably heard of the MyConstitution Campaign’s successful launch on 13 Nov 2009. The launch was a blast with more than 250 guests packing the Bar Council’s Auditorium. Since then, the Campaign has been well-received by many sectors of society including the government, as expressed by Datuk Liew Vui Keong, Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department, who officiated the launch.
The Campaign is now entering its 2nd phase, which involves the launch of the 2nd booklet, The Rakyat Guides entitled “Constitutional Institutions and the Separation of Powers”, and the release of the 2nd Rakyat Service Advertisement. A forum “Conversations on the Constitution: What is the Separation of Powers?” co-hosted with Sunway University College will follow.
Details of the launch and forum are as follows:
Date: 15 Jan 2010 (Friday)
Venue: Auditorium, Sunway University College, No. 5, Jalan Universiti, Bandar Sunway, Petaling Jaya
Time: 4:00 – 6:30 pm
Panelists: YB Datuk Dr Wan Junaidi bin Tuanku Jaafar (Deputy Speaker, Dewan Rakyat), (updated Jan 13, 2010) a Cabinet Minister Datuk Dr M. Kayveas (former Deputy Minister in the PM’s Department) & (updated Jan 10, 2010) a Judge Dato’ Kadir Sulaiman (retired Federal Court judge)
Moderator: Dato’ VC George (retired Court of Appeal Judge and former Bar Council Chairman)
Everyone is invited to attend this event, which we promise will be better than our first launch! Come and be the first to receive a complimentary copy of our nifty 2nd booklet, The Rakyat Guides entitled “Constitutional Institutions and the Separation of Powers”! Your collective presence will mark the start of an exciting and meaningful year as you join us in our Campaign to promote constitutionalism and the rule of law at a critical time of our nation’s history.
See here for the Campaign’s official website. For further information, kindly contact Lim Ka Ea at 03-2031 3003 ext 127 or 03-2031 7103 or by email at [email protected] We look forward to your continuous support and contribution.
Constitutional Law Committee, Bar Council