The Speaker should have left it to those involved in the 1MDB trial to seek the Court’s indulgence to adjourn the matter instead of writing to the trial Judge directly.
Rights group LFL has criticised the enforcement authority for what it claimed as illegally revoking the work permit of a Bangladesh national who appeared in the Al Jazeera documentary.
Concern at the recent remarks by Religious Affairs Minister Zulkifli Mohamad Al-Bakri permitting Jawi to take action against the transgender community.
A group of 35 civil society organisations and 17 individuals have expressed horror and concern that police are investigating Al Jazeera on its reporting.
PN government is backtracking on the previous PH administration's commitment to revise the national poverty line.
Electoral watchdog Bersih 2.0 has urged federal lawmakers to reject the government’s motions to remove Dewan Rakyat Speaker Ariff Md Yusof and his deputy, Nga Kor Ming.
A petition has been launched demanding the removal of a controversial billboard showing Lim Kok Wing as the “King of Africa.”
An international rights watchdog today accused the government of backsliding in terms of free speech by clamping down on various individuals after PN took federal power in March.
Shortly after becoming prime minister, Muhyiddin promised that all PN cabinet members would declare their assets within a month after coming to power.
A Penang-based group against human trafficking today questioned the fate of the RCI findings on the mass graves discovered in Wang Kelian.
PKR vice-president Tian Chua is launching a new movement to address issues of inequality and social cohesion in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak.
Statement “uncharacteristic” of Bar's fearless independence.
The ultimate power of electoral redelineation, including the final say, should rest with the EC.