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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The deathly silence of dissent in our courts…

Dissent means disagreement between judges.  In a case comprising, say 3 judges, a dissent occurs when one judge distances himself or herself from the other 2 on grounds of legal principle. A dissent is not without its uses.  It may limit the majority decision in some way.  Or the dissent may bear a seed of a wonderful legal point waiting to germinate at some future time. A brilliant lawyer will water ...

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