Tag: Malay rulers
De facto Islamic affairs minister Mujahid Yusof Rawa says decisions will be reported to the rulers, while deputy minister Fuziah Salleh says their consent will be sought after the final draft is ready.
Not one of our constitutional clauses on rulers provides for the declaration of war to be in the hands of the Agong.
The PKR veep says the war of words is of a 'different level' that should be handled by the prime minister alone.
Activists pour scorn over latest sedition probe.
Patriot president Mohamed Arshad Raji says the four academics who advised the Malay rulers should be able to defend their academic integrity.
P Waytha Moorthy says outreach programmes must be improved so that people are informed about constitutional provisions.
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.
The Umno leader says the sultans' reservations over the treaty are not solely due to a memorandum by several academics.
Umno veteran responds to Putrajaya's decision to quit the international treaty.
The Amanah leader agrees with the suggestion that people could take to the streets and threaten the government if it goes ahead and ratifies the Rome Statute.
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.
Perak ruler Sultan Nazrin Shah remains as Deputy Yang di-Pertuan Agong.
Senior lawyer Baljit Sidhu says the attorney-general only has power to institute, conduct, and prosecute and he has no power to investigate, including investigate rumours about the Agong.
Sources say the unofficial meeting was to discuss 'a serious matter', NST reports.
The prime minister says he is disturbed when laws are breached by invoking immunity.
The Umno president says the party is against ratifying the ICERD as it wants the rights enshrined in the Federal Constitution to be preserved.
The National Patriots Association hits out at Umno leaders for claiming Pakatan Harapan does not protect the interests of Malays and the Malay rulers.
Prof Shad Saleem Faruqi says this is because neither group has the power to make legislative or executive decisions.
Fadiah Nadwa Fikri questions police action despite Malaysia being a democracy.
The former federal minister says the Yang di-Pertuan Agong may not have been aware that the people under him are spending more than they should.
An analyst says Anwar Ibrahim has firmed up his credibility as a Malay leader with his success in getting royal assent for Tommy Thomas' appointment.
Crown prince Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim makes a reference to Pakatan Harapan's rally in Pasir Gudang on Friday, saying voters should let the palace fix problems facing Umno.
The jailed opposition leader says a Pakatan Harapan government will revisit amendments made more than two decades ago.
Sociologist Syed Farid Alatas says government will change its tune if it knows that the majority will not condone the oppression of Shia Muslims in the country.
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