Should party-hopping be outlawed?

The country has been suffering from two things during this rainy reason. The one is the flu. The other is the increasing cacophony of frogs in the night. This proliferation of amphibian love calls has had an odd effect on the local politicians. Some opposition politicians, it seems, have turned amphibian. Where is this all going to ...

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Who will police the police? [Part-2: Solutions]

In Part-1, we saw how more and more people are dying in police custody. Suppose you are in charge. Given all the resources, how would you prevent this? What questions will you ask yourself? What systems will you put into place? What would you do?

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Who will police the Police? [Part-1]: The Problem

Hundreds of people continue to die in police custody. What has been the history of this problem?

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An outrageous story from a court

The most amazing things can happen in a court. Malaysia is a multiracial country. The official language is Malay, although English is allowed to be spoken in courts. Most workmen are not fluent in aristocratic Malay, well at least, not back in 1994, when our story takes place.

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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 ...

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Are Bar Council elections based on Equality?

The way the Bar Council is elected does not reflect equality. More than 60% of the members of the Bar get no more than 11% influence in Bar Council's decisions. This is because Bar Council makes many decisions on behalf of its members. Can this be improved?

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