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Time to break the impasse

Time to break the impasse

By not confronting racial and religious issues, civil court judges have abdicated their duty to uphold the people’s constitutional rights to equality and freedom of religion. ON Nov 12, much to the dismay of many Malaysians, the Federal Court declined to answer five constitutional questions of public importance on unilateral conversion of children to Islam […]

Of sodomy, caning and potato chips

Of sodomy, caning and potato chips

Snacking on the difference in attitudes and competencies between the English Court of Appeal and the Malaysian Court of Appeal.

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Something is rotten in the state of Perak: A Speculative Whodunnit

Mr. Jaspal Singh of the New Straits Times has written a curious news report today titled ‘Technical flaws in Pakatan suit may hold up hearing’. My interest in his report is not for the content. It is the usual propaganda that purports to pass off as news. No, my interest this time is in the judicial source for his report.

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