Krisis Pemecatan hakim terulung : bermulanya perarakan melindungi kebebasan kehakiman Read More
A man crashes a car. Is there a moral behind this parable? Read More
Tun Salleh Abas has been a beacon of justice in Malaysia. He paid a an exceedingly heavy price: so heavy no normal man could bear it. His departure from the Judiciary in 1988 left it crippled and at the mercy of the Executive. This is 10 minutes of his life. Read More
Kisah ini menggambarkan keadaan negara sekarang. Read More
Forget about the unconstitutional Emergency. That is a given. Do we have a valid Cabinet in the first place? Find the answer here. Read More
Suppose you are not a lawyer. How should you interpret your constitution? Are there any tools available to do that? Read on... Read More
A blogger once wrote that the monarch could appoint his gardener as prime minister. Was he right? This minor question begets larger ones. Read More
Is the written constitution subject to another, higher, principle? A higher law? It is. Read on. Read More
How many times can the monarch 'exercise' his constitutional, 'appointing discretion'?
My view is: 'Once'.
Why is that? Read More