Bersih 2.0 chairman says amending Article 46 of the Federal Constitution to add more parliamentary seats will allow the Election Commission to carry out a redelineation exercise before GE15.
Juanda Jaya asks why PH assemblymen voted for motion to protect rights in state assembly.
Zainnal Ajamain says Sabah is entitled to an annual grant of 40% of net revenue derived by the federation from the state.
Law minister Liew Vui Keong says a motion to be debated at the Sarawak state assembly would represent the people's view.
James Masing said Sarawakians still had authority in the state assembly to prevent encroachment on its legal rights.
Speaker says the proposed resolution will be "more comprehensive" in contrast to a "meaningless" federal proposal defeated last month.
It rejects any move to extend the Legal Profession Act 1976 to Sarawak as it would encroach on state's rights.
P Waytha Moorthy says outreach programmes must be improved so that people are informed about constitutional provisions.
Sarawak Association For Peoples' Aspiration says 'negeri' status means the two states are equal to the other states in the peninsula.
Ratifying the treaty would have allowed us a say against the lack of prosecution against atrocities committed by countries like Israel and Myanmar, which have always been our concern.
Azalina Othman Said says the present de facto law minister and the AG should advise the prime minister to look into the matter.
We are suddenly seeing demands that more and more issues be referred to the Agong or the rulers for their consent when the constitution itself does not mandate it.
Saying the amendment is inadequate, they ask for the wording to be changed to reflect that Sabah and Sarawak are of the same status as Penisular Malaysia.
They want the bill referred to a select committee before it is tabled in the Dewan Rakyat.
Will Sarawak and Sabah become federal territories without autonomy, asks Sarawak Association for Peoples’ Aspirations.
The Sarawak Consultative Committee on MA63 says it will support an amendment to the constitution only if it benefits the state.
The constitution does not say a person who defects from a party must give up his seat, says deputy minister.
The RoS has told the management committee it can appeal but president Thong Fah Chong says they do not know on what grounds they should appeal as no reason was given for the rejection.
Edmund Bon says people need not worry that the king and the Malay rulers will be affected if Malaysia signs the Rome Statute which governs the International Criminal Court.
Christopher Mandut criticises Hamid Ismail's excessive concern with the letter of the agreement.
Thousands gathered in Myanmar’s commercial capital on Wednesday in support of constitutional reform.
High Court judge Nordin Hassan will decide next month whether he should hear the matter or send it to the Federal Court, says lawyer Gopal Sri Ram.
The new constitution will restructure government, adding a prime minister and setting term limits for the president, among other changes.
More than 8 million Cubans are registered to vote in a referendum the government has turned into a plebiscite on the 'irrevocable' role of socialism in the island nation.