Did you realise that Malaysia has become the focal point of major constitutional issues in the last few years?
We have had all sorts of issues that have assailed the nation.
Last week we had another. Here it is Read More
Adakah MP hilang kelayakan (‘disqualified’?) dari menjadi seorang MP hanya kerana beliau menerima saraan atau pendapatan dari pihak ketiga?
Saya berpendapat bahawa soalan ini merupakan suatu soalan yang tidak betul.
Mengapa? Read More
Parliament is the House of the People. Can our leaders silence the voice of the people? Read More
Is the PN government an 'Elected Government' or an 'Appointed' one? What do you think? Read More
Suppose 112 MPs (or more) request Parliament to convene earlier: can they do it? Does the law allow it? If Yes, how should they do it? Read More
Mahathir claims that there is something wrong with the numbers Muhyiddin showed the King. Can the King reconsider his decision? Can he change his mind? Can he examine the facts? Can he postpone the swearing-in this morning? This must be the mother of all the Constitutional riddles! Read More
Malaysia is still on tenterhooks. The governing coalition has been destroyed by betrayal. Can a coalition government be formed? If Yes, will it survive? If No, will the nation be forced into sudden polls? Fear and uncertainty grip the nation. Read More
An unusual thing happened at the Federal Court on August 6, 2018. There is a history to this. You know it well. It concerns a company called 1MDB and the ex-PM Najib Razak. On March 23, 2016, Mahathir sued the then PM Najib Razak for ‘misfeasance in public office’. The High Court struck out the suit. The judge ruled that a prime minister was not a ‘public officer. The Court of ... Read More
Who said the Prime Minister is not a public officer? Two separate panels of the Court of Appeal did. One panel heard Mahathir’s appeal. It delivered its decision in April of this year. The second panel of the Court of Appeal heard Tony Pua’s appeal and delivered its decision last week. Both Mahathir and Tony Pua had sued the then Prime Minister Najib for the tort of public misfeasance. Both lost. When they ... Read More