Daily Archives: June 1, 2007

Zainudin Maidin ‘reminds’ local journalist of social contract when reporting on Lina Joy

Information Minister Datuk Seri Zainuddin Maidin today reminded local media practitioners not to follow the style of the foreign media who are prejudiced towards the country.“I hope local journalists will not dance to the tune of their foreign counterparts. There

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Lina Joy’s ruling – political expediency ?

The highest court in Malaysia ruled that it had no jurisdiction over the Muslim Shariah courts, even though the Malaysian Constitution, which the civil courts are supposed to uphold, guarantees freedom of religion. The Shariah courts have been adamant that

Posted in bernas

Muslim Youth Movement believes justice served in Lina Joy’s case

Muslim Youth Movement President Yusri Mohammad said that “we fully believe justice has been served.” “We praise Allah for the decision taken by the court,” Mohammad said. “It should be seen as a rejection of attempts by certain individuals, certain

Posted in kosong

Trans-Peninsula Petroleum (TPP) duo wins US$ 7 bil project with RM 1 mil paid up capital

HOW two ex-Petronas engineers can pull off a US$7bil project when the company they own only has a RM1mil paid-up capital has prompted speculation if they are front runners for politicians or businessmen in the mammoth project.  Rahim Kamil Sulaiman

Posted in NEP

Proton posts RM591mil loss for FY2007

Proton Holdings Bhd failed to meet its key performance indicators (KPIs) for the fiscal year ended March 31 (FY07) as revenue dropped 37% to RM4.9bil from RM7.8bil in FY06.  It posted a whopping net loss of RM591.4mil against a profit

Posted in kosong, proton

Lina Joy

“I am disappointed that the Federal Court is not able to vindicate a simple but important fundamental right that exists in all persons; namely, the right to believe in the religion of one’s choice and equally important, the right to

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Bar Council: Federal Constitution must remain supreme

The Bar Council supports the minority judgment of Chief Judge of Sabah and Sarawak Richard Malanjum that no court or authority should be easily allowed to have implied powers to curtail rights that are constitutionally granted.  Its president S. Ambiga

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