Search result for: "AGC"


Stop The Burial Of Truth In The Case Of Amri Che Mat

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia: We call upon your government to stop the attempts to bury the truth in the case of Amri Che Mat who was enforced disappeared on November 24, 2016, in Kangar, Perlis, seemingly targeted for being a Shia Muslim.
 
0 Comment 35697 view

Zahid Hamidi’s DNAA: Political Expediency And The Need To Separate The PP And AG


KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia:The Center to Combat Corruption and Cronyism (C4 Center) notes with great dismay the abrupt end to Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s Yayasan Akalbudi trial, where Deputy Public Prosecutor (DPP) Dusuki Mokhtar successfully applied for a discharge not amounting to an acquittal (DNAA) with respect to Zahid’s 47 charges for criminal breach of trust, bribery and money laundering. 

 
 
0 Comment 24612 view

Will The Anwar Government Continue Shielding Those Behind Enforced Disappearances?


KUALA LUMPUR: On 3 April 2019, Suhakam, the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia, completed a thorough investigation into the disappearances of Shiite social activist Amri Che Mat and Christian pastor Raymond Koh. Suhakam issued two reports. Copies were supplied to all members of Parliament.

0 Comment 27281 view

Police Mythology Goes On Trial In The Raymond Koh Civil Suit


KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia:Here, I’ll tell you what I heard in open court this week. I’ll tell you some mythology about activists, Christians, and Shiites propagated by an officer in the top echelons of the Royal Malaysian Police. I’ll tell you why I think the mythology is accepted by the Attorney General’s Chambers. I’ll tell you five things Raymond Koh’s son Jonathan told the judge, and I’ll tell you how the Senior Federal Counsel (SFC) responded. I’ll end with some questions.

0 Comment 38858 view

BRICS Members Share 'More Common Interests Than Differences'


BEIJING, China:With the 2023 BRICS summit set to be held in South Africa later this month, there have recently been some voices from Western media attempting to hype that divergences among members will impact the unity and development of the organization in the future, but these noises have been refuted by the relevant countries.

0 Comment 29172 view

Proposed Philippine Wealth Fund Sparks Jitters

SACRAMENTO, U.S.--A legislative initiative to create a sovereign wealth fund to support President Ferdinand Marcos Jr’s national development agenda has evoked widespread controversy.

0 Comment 40342 view

Wan Junaidi: A steady hand and unsung reformist

Law minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar has been in the news a lot recently but unlike many other politicians who are the subject of media coverage

0 Comment 92768 view

The Silence Is Deafening!

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia--I was not surprised at last Tuesday’s decision and the sideshow that followed on Thursday and Friday.

0 Comment 72268 view

Saya rasa ini sudah melampau


KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia--Sepanjang perbicaraan Najib berkaitan dengan SRC International dan kita menyaksikan bagaimana kes ini telah “disegerakan” selama empat tahun kebelakangan (buat pengetahuan anda, perbicaraan kes liwat Fasa 2 Anwar mengambil masa selama enam setengah tahun), saya langsung tidak mengeluarkan sebarang komen atas dasar menghormati prinsip kebebasan dan integriti sistem kehakiman di Malaysia serta menyanjung pakar perundangan terkemuka dalam mentafsirkan dan menjalankan urusan penghakiman berlandaskan undang-undang bumi bertuah ini.

0 Comment 51945 view

Walk The Talk


KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia--High praises were sung at the University Malaya Law Faculty Jubilee celebration last Friday, June 17th. The list of successful alumni is long, and we cheered with great pride that the half-century-old faculty has successfully produced great legal minds. Minds trained to prevail in the national interest and to uphold Malaysian laws, customs, and traditions.

0 Comment 43956 view

Stirring The Communal Cauldron In India

HONG KONG, China--Indian politics has yet again embarked on the path of communal polarization, this time on the issue of the hijab, a veil worn by Muslim women.

0 Comment 55878 view

Cord-Cutting, Russian Style: Could The Kremlin Sever Global Internet Cables?


WASHINGTON, U.S.--As the world watches the Kremlin’s military build-up along the Ukrainian border, the Irish military is worried about Russian naval activity in its own backyard. That’s where Russian exercises are set to take place dangerously close to strategic undersea communications cables that represent an overlooked element of a potential Russian escalation: an effort to blind the world to events unfolding in Ukraine.

0 Comment 60842 view

Inside Putin’s Ukraine obsession

WASHINGTON, U.S.--We are currently living through what many observers regard as the most dangerous geopolitical crisis for a generation. 

0 Comment 55740 view

Will Russia Make A Military Move Against Ukraine? Follow These Clues

WASHINGTON, U.S.--For weeks, the eyes of the world have been on a Russian troop buildup near Ukraine, as Western officials struggle to decipher Russian President Vladimir Putin’s intent: beef up his attack on Ukrainian sovereignty, or bluff his way to key concessions?

0 Comment 81374 view

GPS Must Use Borneo Veto Power To Defend Freedom To Drink

KOTA KINABALU, Malaysia--It is time for all Bornean parties including state chapters of federationwide party to strategically unite to exercise veto power to prevent Malaysia from deterioration and decadence, whether due to corruption, authoritarianism or bigotry.

0 Comment 63420 view

All parties in Borneo should press Putrajaya to drop appeal on Allah

KOTA KINABALU, Malaysia--I strongly call upon all parties in Borneo, whether local-based or state chapters of national parties, to unite and urge the Ismail Sabri government to withdraw the Muhyiddin Yassin Government’s appeal against the High Court’s ruling on 10 March 2021 that declared the Allah ban since 1986 is unconstitutional. 
 
0 Comment 55850 view