Ten reasons Malays have nothing to worry about their Special Position [Part-1]

Is the fear of any dilution to the Constitutionally-entrenched ‘Malay Rights’, justified? No, it isn’t. In 10 simple steps it can be shown why Malays have nothing to worry about any prejudice to 'Malay Rights’. So also, it can be shown why the non-Malays themselves needn’t worry, either. “So powerful is the light of unity that it can illuminate the whole earth”.

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What qualities should judges have?

Judges are the judicial equivalent of US Navy Seals. They are a select few. Their training is severe. Their work is unremitting. They have but three abiding qualities: to defend the Federal Constitution, to render justice; and to live with quiet honour. Should we not, as a nation, aspire for those qualities in our judges?

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How do the ‘Rule of Law’ and Separation of Powers’ really work?

In the last few weeks we have been hearing the phrase ‘the Rule of Law’. It is time to examine this and another related concept, the ‘Separation of Powers’. If we do, we will encourage our nation rulers to work better, work more effectively, and work to produce justice. Rule of Law The concept of Rule of Law is easy to understand.  You needn't be a lawyer to know what it is: you can ...

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