Sunday, December 5, 2021


Proposal to be made for more inclusive definition of Sarawak natives

Law minister Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar says the current definition under Article 161A of the Federal Constitution is limited and does not accurately reflect the diversity of natives in the state.

Sarawak CM hails new proposed amendments to constitution in line with MA63

Abang Johari Openg expresses hope that the amendments will receive the support of MPs in Parliament this time.

Taliban to ‘temporarily’ adopt monarchy constitution, with caveats

Anything in the text found to conflict with shariah law and the principles of the Islamic Emirate will be discarded.

People shouldn’t be arrested for criticising leaders, says minister Saifuddin

He says Malaysia is a country that upholds democratic principles.

Agong bound by Cabinet’s advice, apex court rules in dismissing Anwar’s challenge

A five-member bench says the Agong is the supreme head of the federation but remains bound by constitutional limits.

Apex court declares Selangor shariah law criminalising unnatural sex unconstitutional

A nine-member Federal Court bench grants a declaration sought by a man accused of attempting to commit sexual intercourse against the order of nature.

Malaysian women fed up with road to nowhere for children’s citizenship

They speak of bureaucratic dead ends and concerns for their children's future.

Opposition MPs warned against joining Umno rebels to bring down PM

Senior lawyer says it would be irresponsible to topple the government when no opposition leader has enough backing from MPs.

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