To err is human, and we should not think that we do not need to be advised.
Prominent lawyer says only rogue rulers would be affected, and urges more discussions between Putrajaya, palaces and the public.
He says there is a provision for the proposed name for the appointment to be submitted to the Conference of Rulers and not just the Agong.
It hopes it can be brought up later in Parliament for final decision when people have much better understanding of the matter.
Shad Saleem Faruqi says any such suggestion will be interpreted as an attack on Malay power.
Hakam says it does not require the consent of the Conference of Rulers to abolish the Sedition Act and that calls for its abolition are not seditious.
Perkasa president Ibrahim Ali says it should be similar to lese-majeste act in Thailand .
The “Melayu Bangkit” rally would have been more useful if the organisers had galvanised the Malays to make full use of government initiatives to help uplift the Bumiputeras.
The prime minister says if the king is given absolute power to reject laws, the people will lose their power.
The government was trying to trim a wage bill that eats up more than half its budget -- an outlandish share even by Gulf standards.
Rulers did issue a statement urging government to solve the problem before it affected the country badly.
Former opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim calls for government not to oppose his legal bid to restore requirement for royal assent for enactment of law.
This will enable the rulers to fully exercise their powers, says head of the Panel of Consultants for Ummah Unity, National Dakwah Council.
Every Malaysian has the right to express his concern over Hadi’s bill and if Hadi Awang thinks it is his exclusive domain, he is constitutionally wrong, says Gopal Sri Ram.
Hadi’s bill proposes to amend an existing law, not introduce a new one, says Dewan Rakyat speaker.
The former prime minister says he accepted the invitation in November thinking it was a national event.
Should governance stall and the excutive, legislature and judiciary are found wanting, the Conference of Rulers can take the lead, says the Kelantan prince
Law can be resubmitted to the Dewan Rakyat and Dewan Negara in the next session if there are any amendments to be made, says Tourism and Culture Minister Nazri Aziz.
He wants them to save the country and not fail the rakyat.
Ramkarpal Singh says current system where MPs make laws is truly reflective of a democracy.
Former minister says Malaysia is far from an ideal democracy and the people need the help of the royals to provide a check-and-balance for the government.
Umno has unashamedly used every weapon in its arsenal – race, religion, rulers and riots – to scare the people, writes a former Umno assemblyman.
Najib plays different tunes for political purposes but in the process, it is causing a rift in Umno.
The Movement of Change Sarawak (MoCS) is urging the Yang di-Pertuan Agong and the Rulers' Conference not to accept recommendations to appoint Taib as the head of state.