On Friday night, former Law Minister Datuk Liew indicated that he could mount a challenge to determine the legality of the Movement Control Order (MCO). He went on to label MCO as an illegal act and claimed he “didn’t think” that the Attorney-General Chambers have gazetted Covid-19. Wait, hang on YB. I urge you to […]
In recent days, the pandemic curve has been showing signs of flattening. This occurs as Malaysia enters its third phase of the Movement Control Order. The government has begun to ease restrictions on certain sectors to resume business operations. The legal industry is one such sector, but the move could have benefited with more careful […]
Many of my fellow constituents, as well as friends, have asked me for my opinion about the legality of MACC Chief Commissioner Latheefa Koya’s bombshell disclosure. Some of them were amused, some vindictive, but all of them were united in worry about the state of our country’s laws.
As the murder charge against Viet national Doan Thi Huong has been reduced to a lower charge of causing harm using dangerous means, although paradoxically, the Attorney-General’s Chambers withdrew the identical charge from her co-accused Siti Aisyah, questions are raised as to the double standards and inconsistency practised by the AGC unto both women.
Questions are being raised as to why the Attorney General’s Chambers had withdrawn the case against Indonesian citizen Siti Aisyah who was jointly charged with Viet national Doan Thi Huong for the murder of North Korean citizen Kim Jong Nam.