Journalists: PN govt lacks transparency

Muhyiddin Yassin’s lack of engagement with the media shows that the PN government is not transparent.

Criticising court decision not seditious

DAP is disturbed by police investigation into Malaysiakini editor-in-chief Steven Gan and Klang MP Charles Santiago, for criticising a Federal Court decision.

In Malaysiakini decision, Federal Court acknowledges spotlight on free speech but...

The Federal Court in its majority ruling today urged Malaysians to remain respectful even while online.

Lawyers: Unconstitutional for committee to advise King on emergency

A 19-member committee led by a retired chief justice cannot advise the Yang di-Pertuan Agong on the state of emergency.

Dr Adeeba cautions against Adham’s proposal: Might as well have no...

Dr Adeeba Kamarulzaman has cautioned against Dr Adham Baba's suggestion that the three-day quarantine may be extended to business travellers or the public.

MP asks Speaker to allow written questions to ministers despite Parliament’s...

Klang MP Charles Santiago has asked the Speaker to permit ministers to be questioned about their ministries’ affairs.

Lawyers start online petition for RCI on senior judge Hamid Sultan’s...

A petition urging the government to convene a RCI on suspended Judge Datuk Hamid Sultan Abu Backer’s allegations of interference with the judiciary has started online.

Raymond Koh’s wife reminds Muhyiddin of his promise

Raymond Koh’s wife, Susanna Liew, has reminded Muhyiddin Yassin of his promise to get to the bottom of the case of her missing husband and other activists.

“Detestable episode” – C4 slams punishment of whistleblower judge

The C4 has lambasted the suspension of judge Hamid Sultan Abu Backer until retirement following his affidavit alleging judicial misconduct.

Lawyers: Absurd to jail man 1,050 years for rape

A senior lawyer has described as “ridiculous” a 1,050-year jail term imposed on a man for raping his 12-year-old stepdaughter as it amounted to a natural life imprisonment.

C4 Centre questions Najib’s claim of ignorance of meat cartel

The C4 Centre has questioned how Najib Razak could plead ignorance to the existence of the meat cartel syndicate in the country.

Lim Lip Eng: Punishing lecturer for DAP visit against academic freedom

Forcing a UiTM lecturer to resign because he took a group of students to DAP headquarters is against academic freedom.

LFL condemns legal crackdown on LGBT

Lawyers for Liberty has condemned the government for it floating the idea of amending the Shariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) Act.

Lawyer: Lock-up rape case – charge the cops too

The two policemen on duty when an underage girl was allegedly raped by another inmate in the Miri police station must also be investigated.

Ten former Bar presidents: PN govt’s Emergency laws “dangerous precedent”, table...

The current Emergency on Malaysia is a “dangerous precedent".

Zeti’s husband under investigation over 1MDB funds

Police are investigating Tawfiq Ayman, the husband of Zeti Akhtar Aziz, over 1MDB funds received into his Singapore bank account.

Malaysian govt rakes in 1MDB fines whilst persecuting journalists who exposed the scandal

Spokesmen for the present administration have taken care to praise themselves for the latest settlements achieved from outfits like AmBank and Deloitte.

Where equality for all Malaysians actually stands

Lack of faith in one’s own nation

Pakatan blasts Takiyuddin for “weak and shallow excuses” in not convening Parliament

Harapan today rubbished the reasons given by a PN minister why Parliament cannot be convened during the current emergency rule.

Come clean on decision to withdraw support for Bersatu, Annuar Musa tells Zahid

Annuar Musa today called on Zahid Hamidi to openly explain claims that it will be discontinuing support for the PN coalition in the next general election.

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