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The Damning Lack of Dissent

The local judiciary is notorious for its lack of dissent. An examination of why a culture of dissent is important for the judiciary and the implications of lacking such a culture.

The Relevance of Augustine Paul

A meditation about the difficulty of celebrating or mourning the death of Augustine Paul, the judge, who passed away on 2 January 2010 from pancreatic cancer.

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The RPK case – Grounds of Judgment on Quorum Failure issue

With regard to my post “The RPK case – a significant victory”, I would like to inform that the Federal Court’s grounds of judgment, as written by the Chief Judge of Borneo, Justice Richard Malanjum, may be found at the the Court’s website. Here are some key extracts from the Judgment.

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