Anwar yesterday spoke up on the government’s rule of law.
In a hard-hitting speech, former Federal Court judge Gopal Sri Ram stressed that his successors must respect the core tenets of the Federal Constitution.
Remember other ethnic groups, Kit Siang says ahead of Malay Dignity Congress.
The Education Ministry should retract its warning to the MGS, now that it has emerged that the controversy involved a speech calling for unity among students.
Ministry urged to apologise for ‘over-reacting’ to claims against Penang school.
Tham Seen Hau recently discovered that her deceased family members, who were victims of May 13 riots, are still recorded as ‘active’ or ‘alive’ with the NRD.
P Ramasamy has lambasted the double standards of the Education Ministry for investigating a missionary school for allegedly reciting a Christian prayer during an awards ceremony.
Racial and religious rhetoric have grown worse, heads of non-Muslim faith groups said, more than 500 days after Pakatan Harapan took power.
Indonesia is poised to pass a new penal code that criminalises consensual sex outside marriage.
A campaign for Malay-Muslims to buy products manufactured by or sold in shops owned by their fellow adherents have since courted backlash from Putrajaya and the traders’ community.
The Coalition for the International Criminal Court has been relaunched in a bid to urge Putrajaya to consider signing the UN treaty again.