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Political youth wings in Sabah forge alliance to fight for state,...

Youth leaders from Warisan, PKR, DAP and Upko come up with 10-point declaration.

Goat feast pledge shows BN out of touch with people, says...

Dr Streram Sinnasamy says the people of Rantau need better basic amenities such as housing and healthcare, not two goats for a feast.

Lawyer seeks declaration CJ failed to preserve judiciary’s integrity

Karpal Singh's daughter files originating summons in High Court over two cases of alleged judicial interference.

Mexican president declares few assets, shows bare wallet

Lopez Obrador, 65, says his asset declaration includes two bank accounts with about US$23,000 in them, no credit card, no checking account and no vehicles.

MACC: 13 govt parliamentary members yet to declare assets

MACC deputy chief commissioner (prevention) Shamshun Baharin Mohd Jamil says they should do so as it is their promise to the people.

Voter files suit, says Anwar can’t contest despite pardon

She wants a declaration that the Federal Territories Pardons Board, formed to advise the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, did not follow the Federal Constitution.

Voter goes to court to stop Port Dickson by-election

Rosmadi Mohd Kassim says resignation of incumbent MP is unconstitutional and against practice of parliamentary democracy.

Hasanah asks court to declare questioning by MACC unlawful

Hasanah’s lawyer says High Court expected to hear oral arguments on Monday over her action seeking a declaration that the section under which she has been detained is against the constitution.

1MDB files application to sell superyacht Equanimity

The application was made as no lawyer has appeared for the yacht owners to challenge the warrant of arrest and declaration sought by 1MDB.

No import declaration made on jewellery sent to Rosmah

Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng says this is an offence under the Customs Act 1967 and the items could be seized.

Probe BN MPs’ luxurious lifestyles, says Lip Eng

The Kepong MP says many Barisan Nasional politicians are seen arriving at the Parliament building in luxurious cars.

Russia dismisses US Crimea declaration

The Russian government implied that the US' policy on Crimea could still change.

Force public officials to declare all their assets

Fighting corruption and promoting good public governance must be the top priority of the new government.

Lawyer: Federal Court can say who has rights to O&G in...

Malik Imtiaz Sarwar says the apex court is the right forum as the state government has taken the stand that the PDA 1974 which applies nationwide must now exclude Sarawak.

Sabah should join Sarawak to fight Petronas

It goes without saying that any unfavourable outcome from Petronas’ action will also affect Sabah.

Petronas board member Morshidi told to resign for ‘failing’ Sarawak

Pujut assemblyman Dr Ting Tiong Choon slams state secretary Morshidi Ghani's assertion that he was unaware of the emergency meeting on Petronas' oil claim.

PKR, Amanah politicians low on cash, high in assets

Invoke Malaysia’s latest asset declaration exercise sees more prospective candidates coming forward to display their wealth ahead of GE14.

Ex-judge: Legal avenue still open to fight redelineation report

The appropriate remedy will be a declaration and injunction to restrain the prime minister from presenting the Election Commission’s report to the Dewan Rakyat, says Gopal Sri Ram.

Formation of Penang CM Corporation legal, says Federal Court

A parliamentary act passed in 1962 authorises state legislatures to make laws to establish such corporations, says Chief Justice Raus Sharif.

Now, PPBM sues the Registrar of Societies

The party is seeking court declarations that the RoS must follow the provisions in the Societies Act and that the government body must not deregister PPBM.

Now, Sarawak lawyers challenge appointments of top 2 judges

Raus Sharif and Zulkefli Ahmad Makinudin cannot remain in office by being made additional judges as such appointments are intended to be temporary and for ad hoc matters, the Advocates Association of Sarawak says.

Voters go to court over addition of 949 soldiers, spouses, in...

The 49 applicants filed a judicial review after the Registrar of Electors threw out their plea to exclude the names of these new voters from the electoral roll.

Mahathir files suit to declare RCI report illegal

Former PM says there has been a failure or omission by five-member tribunal and government to include all documents in report.

Case management for IRF’s book ban challenge fixed for Jan 2

The Muslim group must get leave from a judge of the apex court before a five-man bench can hear whether there is merit to consider a declaration that a provision in the Printing Presses and Publications Act is against the constitution.