8 October 2018 (Malay Mail)

DSAI free to contest PD by-elections

— Surendra Ananth

There has been some discussion on the granting of a royal pardon to Dato’ Seri Anwar Bin Ibrahim (DSAI) by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong (YDPA). In particular, some have taken issue with the words used in granting such pardon. It is my view that as long as the word “pardon” was used, DSAI is free to contest in the PD by-elections. It might be useful to understand the nature of the power to pardon.

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August-September 2018

28 September 2018 (BFM Evening Edition) - Government vs The People

28 September 2018 (The Star Online) - Outcry over move to muzzle freedom of speech

27 September 2018 (The Star Online) - Lawyer: Legal process to extradite Jho Low will be long and tedious

25 September 2018 (The Star Online) - SIS challenge against fatwa declaring it a deviant group sent back to High Court

4 September 2018 (Malay Mail) - Breaking down the legal issues on public caning in Terengganu — Surendra Ananth

28 August 2018 (Malaysiakini) - History made as nine-member Federal Court bench convened

May 2017

19 May 2017 (Free Malaysia Today) - Kes 5 pelajar saman UM, UKM akan diputuskan 11 Julai

14 May 2017 (Malay Mail Online) - Lawyers: EC can’t finish Peninsula redelineation without Selangor, Melaka inquiries

7 May 2017 (The Malaysian Insight) - PM is a public officer, say lawyers

August-September 2016

14 SEPTEMBER 2016 (NST Online) - Court dismisses Malaysiakini's bid to recuse judge in suit by Najib

9 AUGUST 2016 (Malay Mail Online) - Fatwa on ‘Pokemon Go’ is unconstitutional

THE NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL BILL - A Colorable Exercise Of Power

MALAYAN LAW JOURNAL - Confronting The Constitutionality Of Hudud

March-May 2016

19 MAY 2016 (Malay Mail Online) - The right to leave the country and travel abroad

24 MARCH 2016 (Malay Mail Online) - Sedition Act unconstitutional as it pre-dates Parliament, apex court hears