Malaysian Bar: Nothing Wrong with CJ, A-G Dancing During Social Event

Judiciary not jeopardised by gala dancing video.

Chef Wan Apologises for “Crude Language”, but Stands by Criticisms Against Najib

Chef Wan today apologised to Najib after he threatened to slap the former PM.

Much Ado About Judiciary Bigwigs Dancing at Legal Gala

Umno Youth says CJ, A-G shouldn’t do the twist with politicians and activists.

In a First, Federal Govt Sues Kelantan over Orang Asli Land Rights

Government’s move to protect orang asli rights lauded.

DAP Lodges Report over PAS, Umno’s Racially and Religiously Charged Campaign

DAP Youth today lodged a police report over what it claims was a racially and religiously charged campaign by PAS and Umno in the Cameron Highlands by-election.

Cops Grill Kadir Jasin Again over Blog Post on Kedah Sultan

Kadir Jasin was yesterday summoned to the Bukit Aman police headquarters over comments he made on the installation of the Kedah sultan last year.

Sedition Act: Malaysian Bar Calls for Return of Moratorium, Halt to Probes

The Malaysian Bar has urged the government to reinstate the moratorium on the Sedition Act 1948 pending its repeal and for police to cease all investigations under the law.

PDRM Transfers, Promotion of 32 Senior Officers

Selangor police chief Datuk Mazlan Mansor has been appointed as Bukit Aman Commercial Crime Investigation Department (CCID) director.

A-G Calls on Legal Practitioners to Embark on New Journey to Promote Justice

No double standards in fight against graft.

Questioning Use of Sedition Act Against Those Insulting Royalty

The recent arrest of three individuals by the police for allegedly insulting Sultan Muhammad V does not fall under the categories for which the Sedition Act should be used, says CIJ.