Tag: Rome Statute
The Malaysian Academic Movement says the academics who advised the Malay rulers have not countered their critics.
If professors serve their political masters, their new masters in a democratic society would be none other than the people.
Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah says no amendments to the constitution would be required.
Asheeq Ali wants to clear any confusion over the international treaty.
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.
Despite a series of bad news, there is a silver lining.
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.
Tunku Ismail says he is ready to defend himself after the PM warns action will be taken against anyone who makes seditious remarks.
Edmund Bon dismisses the claim that monarchs will lose immunity if the government ratifies the Rome Statute.
The existence of a clandestine 'deep state', as mentioned by Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah in explaining Putrajaya's decision to withdraw from the Rome Statute, is worrying.
The Umno leader says the sultans' reservations over the treaty are not solely due to a memorandum by several academics.
Student group says Pakatan Harapan should respect academic freedom and not try to silence the lecturers behind memo.
Group of student activists behind leaked memo say they want justice for victims of MH17.
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.
Protesters demand, among others, that the government form the Independent Police Complaints Commission following findings that Bukit Aman was involved in abductions.
The National Patriots Association says protest against ratification of the treaty appears to have been staged to bring down the government.
22 organisations say the Pakatan Harapan government surrendered aspirations of the New Malaysia to provocations from immature parties.
In a Facebook posting, six activists protest against the 10-page document and launch a petition for the Rome Statute to be ratified.
Sultan Ibrahim says he hopes the government will put the interests of the people ahead of political interests.
It hopes it can be brought up later in Parliament for final decision when people have much better understanding of the matter.
The deputy foreign minister also says there is no issue with Warisan not attending yesterday's launch of Sabah PPBM.
The PKR president says the prime minister did not want to prolong the issue.
The foreign minister says there was a possibility of the issue being manipulated to the extent that people would take to the streets.