The facts emerging from Sabah get murkier by the hour.
If their resignation has been accepted, then they will lose their seats.
Yet, unless the Speaker follows the procedure in Article 49A, one cannot ‘automatically knock out' the four Sabah MPs. Truth will out. Read More
After a meteoric rise, and tragic incarceration, Malaysia's new, and 10th prime minister Anwar, is poised to lead. But his path is strewn with hidden pitfalls and ripples with hissing vipers. Difficult days lie ahead. Read More
If no party, or coalition, has the minimum number of 112 MPs, then the King is required, by legal convention, to invite the leader of the coalition with the largest bloc of MPs, to form a Government. Read More
Adakah anda menyedari bahawa Malaysia telah menjadi tumpuan utama masalah perlembagaan dalam beberapa tahun kebelakangan ini? Pada 13 Julai, Datuk Azhar Harun dilantik sebagai Speaker Parlimen.
Adakah pelantikan Speaker baru sah? Beberapa persoalan timbul. Ini dibincangkan dalam atikel ini. Read More
Is an MP disqualified from being an MP because he accepts wages from a third party? This is the wrong question to ask. Why? Read More
When is a Parliamentary 'meeting', a 'meeting'? Read More
Jawapannya adalah Tidak. Inilah sebabnya.
Perdebatan mengenai isu undang-undang yang terperinci akan dibincangkan secara berasingan. Artikel ini hanya bertujuan untuk memberi penjelasan umum mengenai sistem Parlimen kita. Read More
Parliament is the House of the People. Can our leaders silence the voice of the people? Read More
Suppose an MP switches sides, so as to collapse the government. Can a voter in his constituency sue his MP? The answer seems to be, in theory, a Yes. Read More
We saw in Part-1 of 2, the problems that beset the UK when it chose to leave the EU. Prime Minister Boris Johnson suspended Parliament because he wanted a Brexit ‘with no deal’. The Supreme Court ruled that the prorogation had been unlawful. Why did it say so? And what is so important about the decision? Read on … Read More