The long road from paper to real life for Sabah-Sarawak rights
Observers say constitutional changes alone will not be able to restore the rights of Sabah and Sarawak.
High Court rules vernacular schools are constitutional
Judge says vernacular schools are not a public authority and the use of a non-Malay medium of instruction for teaching is not for official purposes.
CM, prominent Sarawakians welcome historic bill on MA63
They thank MPs for uniting to pass the bill and look forward to its implementation.
MPs unanimously vote for constitutional amendments to empower Sabah, Sarawak
All 199 MPs present in the Dewan Rakyat today voted in support of the Constitution (Amendment) Bill 2021.
Constitutional changes to empower Sabah, Sarawak may see MPs in second ever show of unity
The bill to bring the constitution in line with the Malaysia Agreement 1963 follows the Undi 18 bill unanimously passed in 2019.
AG to advise Agong on equal citizenship
This is because the issue of citizenship according to the Federal Constitution involves the consent of the Conference of Rulers.
PBB leader disappointed over delay in bill to amend constitution
Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah says ministers who required more information should have referred to the proposal.
Bill to amend constitution in line with MA63 to be tabled end-October
Law minister Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar says the amendments will provide clarity on the position of Sabah and Sarawak.
Academic warns against calls for king to depart from constitution in hunt for new PM
Political scientist Wong Chin Huat's comments come in the wake of an internet campaign to ask the Agong to decree for a unity government and to stop Ismail Sabri Yaakob's appointment.
What happens now? Ex-top judge answers questions on latest political development
Gopal Sri Ram addresses a number of issues from whether the prime minister has lost the majority to what happens if he resigns.
Agong does what govt says, former top judge weighs in on renewed emergency debate
Gopal Sri Ram says whether in ending the emergency or calling for Parliament to convene, the constitution is clear that only the government can decide.
Danger of quoting the constitution selectively for political purposes
If we subscribe to the notion that our constitution is supreme and that the rule of law must be upheld, we should then embrace the two concepts wholly and not partially.