He will use the legal process to show the charge is politically motivated, says Latheefa Koya.
Voice of Children executive director Sharmila Sekaran says culprits should be given rehabilitative treatment by experts while in prison and after they have served time.
Fatal bullying, gang-related crime and clashes at sporting events show how Malaysians have come to accept violent behaviour as an everyday occurrence.
The PPBM chairman says old issues will only cause the opposition to break apart.
Report says there are 632 charges against the man under the Penal Code, Sexual Offences Against Children Act 2017, and the Child Act 2016.
PM was referring to Mahathir’s old statement in 1998 when he accused Anwar of committing unnatural acts.
Bebas member Azrul Khalib questions whether shariah law is meant to punish or help people when they have made mistakes.
Umno minister Azalina Othman Said says the former PM’s 'frequent U-turns' show the opposition’s willingness to barter its principles to fulfil personal interests.
Many Twitter users are demanding justice for the 18-year-old boy.
Police nab suspect after 14-year-old student tells another teacher about sexual assault which began two years ago.
T Previin is the only witness to the brutal assault by five others in Gelugor, says DAP’s Ramasamy.
He was purportedly attacked by three seniors, believed to be aged 20, who have since been detained.
Penang police consider upgrading charges against 5 youths alleged to have assaulted 18-year-old, to sodomy without consent.
Friends and relatives tell a tale of secret societies, threats behind Friday’s gruesome incident involving an epileptic teen deemed ‘effeminate’.
However, counsel R Kengadharan is of the view Anwar will have an uphill task and this is more of a fishing expedition.
Seputeh MP wants defence minister Hishammuddin Hussein to look into a reported claim that bullying, oral sex and sodomy are a norm at UPNM.
The prominent lawyer is at the centre of allegations that he was paid a large amount of money by the prime minister.
The jailed leader says the latest allegation that the lead prosecutor had been paid by the prime minister shows he has been denied a fair trial.
DAP veteran Lim Kit Siang says it is a simple task for the prime minister following allegations he had paid the lawyer - just confirm or deny.
His lawyer says this legal challenge has been filed due to ad-hoc prosecutor Muhammad Shafee Abdullah allegedly being paid RM9.5 million.
Government says Anwar’s suit to set aside his sodomy conviction is an abuse of the court process and borders on sedition.
Mahathir Mohamad says Anwar Ibrahim’s imprisonment when he was PM is a thing of the past and both are now focussed on overthrowing the present government.
They allege that his imprisonment was political motivated under the BN federal government.
The High Court has instructed the government to file the striking out application before the next case management on May 18.