There is a new trend in Malaysian vehicular accident cases. Recently, lawyers acting for insurance companies have fallen into the habit of asking courts to pay a victim’s compensation, not directly to the victim but to the Public Trustee (or ‘Amanah Raya Bhd’, or ‘ARB’ as it is called). Read More
How many times can the monarch 'exercise' his constitutional, 'appointing discretion'?
My view is: 'Once'.
Why is that? Read More
Can the King act against the Cabinet’s advice? Read More
Last week, the Speaker of the Malaysian Parliament declared that to table, in Parliament, a Motion of No Confidence against the PM, the motion needed the 'permission' of the Law Minister. Since when has any Speaker abdicated his duties to a minister? Is the Speaker's role subordinate to that of a minister? 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
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