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Federal Court dismisses Police, Government's Leave to Appeal Application

PUTRAJAYA, Apr 17 (Bernama) - The Federal Court today rejected the police and government's application to obtain leave to appeal against the High Court decision to reinstate a police chief inspector to his position after he was dismissed from the police force for disciplinary misconduct. A three-member bench comprising Federal Court judges Datuk Alizatul Khair Osman Khairuddin, Datuk Rohana Yusuf and Datuk Abang Iskandar Abang Hashim unanimously dismissed the application for leave to appeal brought by the then Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar, the Bukit Aman Disciplinary Board and the government.

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SC warns courts vs Harassment Warrants during Poll Period

Date: 17 April 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Philippine News Agency
MANILA, Apr 17 (PNA) - With less than a month to go before the 2019 mid-term elections, the Supreme Court on Wednesday cautioned judges to be "very circumspect" in handing down search warrants.

Amendments to OSH Act will see higher Penalties for Bosses

Date: 17 April 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Bernama
LANGKAWI, Apr 17 (Bernama) - The amendments to the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 will also involve higher penalties for employers who fail to ensure safety, health and welfare at the workplace.

Foreigners departing Singapore no longer have to stamp Passport beginning Monday

Date: 17 April 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Bernama
SINGAPORE, Apr 17 (Bernama) - Beginning April 22, Singapore will no longer require all foreign travellers departing the republic to have the departure immigration endorsement or stamp of departure in their travel document.
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Policeman jailed, fined for Misuse of PDRM's Petrol Indent card

Date: 17 April 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Bernama
MELAKA, Apr 17 (Bernama) - A police lance corporal was sentenced to a total of four years and eight months jail, seven strokes of the cane and fine, totalling RM92,000, by the Sessions Court here today for seven counts of misuse of the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) indent card worth more than RM90,000.

State Government not empowered to issue Identity Cards, says Sabah CM

Date: 16 April 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Bernama
KOTA KINABALU, Apr 16 (Bernama) - The Sabah chief minister has dismissed allegations that the state government issued identity cards to illegal immigrants, saying only a federal government agency is empowered to issue such documents.

Two Indonesians fined RM100,000 for Possessing Illicit Cigarettes

Date: 16 April 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Bernama
KLANG, Apr 16 (Bernama) - Two Indonesian retail shop workers were fined RM100,000 by the Magistrate Court here today after pleading guilty to possessing 854 packs of illegal cigarettes of various brands valued at RM1,668.56.

Delivery Driver gets Death Penalty for Drug Trafficking

Date: 15 April 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Singapore Law Watch
A delivery driver who was convicted of drug trafficiking was sentenced to death penalty after he failed to convince the High Court that he was unaware of what he was delivering.

Man gets 22 Years' Jail, 18 Strokes for Sex with Girl, 12

Date: 15 April 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Singapore Law Watch
A man who had pleaded guilty to three charges of statutory rape was  sentenced to 22 years' jail and 18 strokes of the cane by the High Court.

Lan Pet Pet fined RM2,000 for assaulting Security Guard

Date: 15 April 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Bernama
SEREMBAN, Apr 15 (Bernama) - Actor and comedian Lan Pet Pet, whose real name is Mazlan Ahmad, 49, was fined RM2,000, in default eight months’ jail, by the Magistrate’s Court here today for assaulting a security guard at a housing area in Nilai.

Two Malaysian Ex-Soldiers, Indonesian Technician jailed for conspiring to promote Terrorism

Date: 15 April 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Bernama
PUTRAJAYA, Apr 15 (Bernama) - An Indonesian national and two Malaysian ex-soldiers were sentenced to 12 years jail and eight years jail, respectively, by the Court of Appeal today for conspiring to promote terrorism.

Bodyguard gets Five Years Jail for Illegal Possession of Knuckle Duster

Date: 12 April 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Bernama
KUALA LUMPUR, Apr 12 ( Bernama) - A bodyguard was jailed five years by the Sessions Court here today for being in possession of a knuckle duster without a valid permit, two years ago. Judge Rohatul Akmar Abdullah meted out the punishment to Muhammad Shahrizan Abdullah Hunu, 37, after he pleaded guilty to committing the offence and ordered the ...

Apex Court dismisses Bid for By-Election in Marsiling-Yew Tee GRC

Date: 11 April 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Singapore Law Watch
An appeal for remaining MPs in Marsiling-Yew Tee GRC to vacate their seats, and for a by-election to be called in the constituency was dismissed by the Singapore's apex court, saying government is not duty-bound to call a by-election when a single vacancy arises in a GRC.

GP Clinic suspended from Chas for Non-Compliant Claims

Date: 11 April 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Singapore Law Watch
The Ministry of Health has suspended a private general practitioner clinic from participating in the Community Health Assist Scheme for making severe non-compliant claims.

MAS issues Lengthy Prohibition orders against Three Individuals for Fraud, Dishonesty

Date: 11 April 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Singapore Law Watch
Three individuals who worked separately for HSBC, UOB and NTUC Income have been sanctioned with lengthy prohibition orders by the Monetary Authority of Singapore, following their convictions in court for offences involving fraud and dishonesty.

Government issues Developer Licenses to construction Companies, Prospects Improve

Date: 11 April 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Myanmar Times
Local businesses are now seeing a light at the end of the tunnel for the property and construction sectors, where demand has been low in recent years.

DOJ sacks Eight ‘Job Order’ BI Workers over Extortion

Date: 11 April 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Philippine News Agency
MANILA, Apr 11 (PNA) - The Department of Justice (DOJ) ordered the immediate relief of eight job order (JO) Bureau of Immigration (BI) workers implicated in the extortion of more than PHP9.2 million from 15 South Korean nationals.

SC launches New Public-Friendly Website

Date: 11 April 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Philippine News Agency
BAGUIO CITY, Apr 11 (PNA) - Supreme Court Chief Justice Lucas Bersamin on Thursday launched the High Court's new and improved website, which includes a court locator directory for lower courts and an e-library of the tribunal's decisions and resolutions.

Parliament refers Najib to Rights and Privileges Committee over Embargo Breach

Date: 11 April 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Bernama
KUALA LUMPUR, Apr 11 (Bernama) - The Dewan Rakyat today approved a motion to refer former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak to the Rights and Privileges Committee for breaking the embargo on the FELDA White Paper.

Government to amend Eligibility Terms for Disabled to obtain PSV Licence - Loke

Date: 11 April 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Bernama
PETALING JAYA, Apr 11 (Bernama) - The Transport Ministry will amend the eligibility requirements for the application of the Public Transport Vehicle (PSV) license to allow the disabled (OKU) to become e-hailing drivers.

House approves on Final Reading Bill declaring Third District of Palawan a Mining-Free Zone

Date: 10 April 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: House of Representatives
The House of Representatives approved on third and final reading House Bill 8816 which seeks to declare the third district of Palawan a mining-free zone.

Bill declaring February 17 as “Guinsaugon Day” hurdles Final Reading

Date: 09 April 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: House of Representatives Electoral Tribunal (HRET)
To remember the victims of a landslide in the Province of Southern Leyte in 2006, the House of Representatives approved on third and final reading House Bill No. 8948, which declares February 17 of every year as a special working holiday in Southern Leyte to be known as the “Guinsaugon Day.”

Lawyers who put own Interests above Clients' could be struck off

Date: 10 April 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Singapore Law Watch
Unless there are exceptional reasons, errant lawyers who put their personal interests above those of their clients to be struck off from practice, ruled the Court of Three Judges, who has setout new three-tier structure of sanctions to deal with misconduct.

Appeals Court found CGH Doctor breached Duty of Care but SMC dismisses Complaint against him

Date: 10 April 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Singapore Law Watch
Although the Court of Appeal has found a specialist to be "in breach of his duty of care" to a patient, the Singapore Medical Council (SMC) has said there is no professional misconduct on the part of the doctor.

Police Officer gets 10 Years in Jail for Drug Trafficking

Date: 10 April 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Antara
Mataram, W Nusa Tenggara, Apr 10 (ANTARA) - The Mataram district court in West Nusa Tenggara province has sentenced a police officer to 10 years of imprisonment and imposed on him a fine of Rp1 billion or another three months in jail for being part of a major drug trafficking operation in Mataram city.

Legislation Officials build Skills in assessing the Impact of Regulations

Date: 10 April 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Vientiane Times
he Ministry of Justice is rolling out a major training programme to professionalise policymakers at the local level to put in place regulatory environments that foster the development of Lao businesses and communities.

POEA bars Recruitment firm from deploying OFWs to Jeddah over Abuses

Date: 10 April 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Philippine News Agency
MANILA, Apr 10 (PNA) - The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) on Wednesday temporarily barred a local recruitment agency from deploying Filipino workers to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia over reports of abuses of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in the area.

No cutting of Trees for SM Baguio Expansion: SC

Date: 10 April 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Philippine News Agency
BAGUIO CITY, Apr 10 (PNA) - Trees at the Luneta Hill here will stay as the Supreme Court (SC) on Wednesday permanently stopped its cutting and balling for the seven-story Sky Park Project of mall giant SM.

Duterte approves ‘in principle’ EO to address Water Shortage

Date: 09 April 2019; Type: Legal News; Source: Philippine News Agency
MANILA, Apr 9 - President Rodrigo R. Duterte has approved “in principle” the proposed executive order (EO) to address the water supply shortage in the country amid the ongoing El Niño or prolonged dry spell, a Palace official said.
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Enactment of 2019 National Budget to spur Economic Growth

MANILA, Apr 16 (PNA) - Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III hailed the signing into law of the PHP3.7-trillion 2019 national budget, citing its importance towards attaining sustained growth of the Philippine economy.&n ...

BSP extends Transitory Period for Banks' Amended Reports Consumer Credit Act Drawn-up to provide Syariah-Compliant Loans Federal Court rules Bank Negara SAC Findings Binding on Civil Courts more

Failure to amend Constitution will not obstruct Sabah from Claiming Rights

KOTA KINABALU, Apr 15 (Bernama) - The failure to amend Article 1(2) of the Federal Constitution will not prevent the government from continuing to pursue the rights of Sabah which have long been neglected, said Sabah Chi ...

Constitutional Amendment Bill fails to get Two-Thirds Majority Support Amendments to NSC Act will give Power to King to declare 'Security Zones' New SOP on granting Citizenship to be announced soon more

Policeman jailed, fined for Misuse of PDRM's Petrol Indent card

MELAKA, Apr 17 (Bernama) - A police lance corporal was sentenced to a total of four years and eight months jail, seven strokes of the cane and fine, totalling RM92,000, by the Sessions Court here today for seven counts o ...

Indonesian Man fined RM30,000, jailed Eight Months for Possession of Endangered Species Two Friends get Discharge not amounting Acquittal for injuring Man Man gets 22 Years' Jail, 18 Strokes for Sex with Girl, 12 more

Amendments to OSH Act will see higher Penalties for Bosses

LANGKAWI, Apr 17 (Bernama) - The amendments to the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 will also involve higher penalties for employers who fail to ensure safety, health and welfare at the workplace.

POEA bars Recruitment firm from deploying OFWs to Jeddah over Abuses EPF adopts United Nations-Supported Investment Principles Abdul Rahim Bin Mohamed v Yayasan Selangor more

Government mulls New Law to make Polluters pay for Clean-ups, Damage

KUALA LUMPUR, Mar 21 (Bernama) - The government is looking into the possibility to introduce a new law to compel polluters of the environment to pay for the cleanup operations and other damages that they have caused.

Environmental Quality Act 1974 may be reviewed - PM Ministry regulates Wildlife-related operations Guidelines seek Responsible Marine Wildlife Tourism more

Muhyiddin: No Plan to reinstate Clause 88A in Marriage and Divorce Act

KUALA LUMPUR, Apr 4 (Bernama) - The government is not proposing that Clause 88A concerning the religious conversion of child as mentioned in an amendment to the Law Reform (Marriage and Divorce) Act 1976 (Act 164), be re ...

UQP v UQQ Government concludes Observations on implementing Child Rights’ Convention Special Marriage Court begins Operations in May more

Disciplinary Board's Decision clearing Lawyer of Misconduct upheld by the Federal Court

PUTRAJAYA, Mar 29 (Bernama) - The Federal Court today upheld the decision of the Advocates and Solicitors Disciplinary Board (DB) and two lower courts, clearing lawyer Tan Sri Cecil Abraham of professional misconduct.&nb ...

Arahan Amalan Ketua Hakim Negara Bil 1/2019 Gios-Samar Inc v Department of Transportation and Communications and Another Federal Court lifts Stay in Najib's SRC International Case more

Legislation Officials build Skills in assessing the Impact of Regulations

he Ministry of Justice is rolling out a major training programme to professionalise policymakers at the local level to put in place regulatory environments that foster the development of Lao businesses and communities.

Residential Tenancy Act to be enforced in Two Years Ministry reviewing Laws to regulate Airbnb Operators Myanmar Real Estate Service Law to be enacted within Three Months more

Government not in a Hurry to implement Departure Levy - Lim

KUALA LUMPUR, Apr 9 (Bernama) - The government is not in a hurry to implement the departure levy as it needs a few more months to come out with the formula, says Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng.

Regulations being revised to implement CPTPP Government willing to consider Proposal on Tax Exemption for Couple on IVF Treatment Sugar Tax will not involve Drinks Served at Eateries - Dr Dzulkefly more

Gardener pleads Guilty to insulting King on Facebook

KUALA LUMPUR, Apr 8 (Bernama) - A gardener, who had pleaded not guilty to a charge with insulting the Yang di-Pertuan Agong on Facebook, changed his plea to guilty when the case came up for mention at the Sessions Court ...

National Cyber Security Strategy to be implemented Middle of this Year - DPM Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 to be tightened Film Censorship (Prohibition) Order 2019 more

SC warns courts vs Harassment Warrants during Poll Period

MANILA, Apr 17 (PNA) - With less than a month to go before the 2019 mid-term elections, the Supreme Court on Wednesday cautioned judges to be "very circumspect" in handing down search warrants.

Federal Court dismisses Police, Government's Leave to Appeal Application Foreigners departing Singapore no longer have to stamp Passport beginning Monday State Government not empowered to issue Identity Cards, says Sabah CM more

Man fined BND3,500 for defaming Former Colleague on Social Media

The Magistrate’s Court yesterday ordered a 25-year-old man to settle a fine of BND3,500, or serve four months’ imprisonment in default, after he pleaded guilty to a charge of defamation.

Four Businesses fined for selling Goods above MRP Man jailed for attempted Theft, Trespassing Public Prosecutor’s Appeal allowed to enhance sentencing against School Teacher more

Student Health targeted under New Government Policy

The Cambodian government has approved the “Draft National Policy on School Health” after hearing reports and holding discussions at a Council of Ministers meeting led by Prime Minister Hun Sen on Friday.

Asean Payment Connectivity a Major Step towards cutting Transaction Costs Appeal Court upholds Conviction of Six over PP Rape and Murder First of Nine Chapters agreed on for Draft Information Law more

House calls for Special Law on Oil Palm

Jakarta, Apr 14 (ANTARA) - A member of the House of Representatives' Commission on Economic Affairs, Firman Subagyo, said that oil palm has been designated as a national strategic commodity so it must be protected throug ...

Indonesia Industrial Summit to be held on April 15-16 Police Officer gets 10 Years in Jail for Drug Trafficking Indonesia to file Lawsuit over Palm Oil in European Court more

Legislation Officials build Skills in assessing the Impact of Regulations

he Ministry of Justice is rolling out a major training programme to professionalise policymakers at the local level to put in place regulatory environments that foster the development of Lao businesses and communities.

Cabinet approves Tax Law changes Labour Ministry, Partners weigh up Rural Employment boosting Efforts Government concludes Observations on implementing Child Rights’ Convention more

Amendments to OSH Act will see higher Penalties for Bosses

LANGKAWI, Apr 17 (Bernama) - The amendments to the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 will also involve higher penalties for employers who fail to ensure safety, health and welfare at the workplace.

Federal Court dismisses Police, Government's Leave to Appeal Application Policeman jailed, fined for Misuse of PDRM's Petrol Indent card State Government not empowered to issue Identity Cards, says Sabah CM more

SC warns courts vs Harassment Warrants during Poll Period

MANILA, Apr 17 (PNA) - With less than a month to go before the 2019 mid-term elections, the Supreme Court on Wednesday cautioned judges to be "very circumspect" in handing down search warrants.

Palace suspends Government Work for Holy Week Exodus House passes Bill seeking to honor Memory of Maguindanao Massacre Victims JBC asks Applicant to comment on Gadon Opposition more

Foreigners departing Singapore no longer have to stamp Passport beginning Monday

SINGAPORE, Apr 17 (Bernama) - Beginning April 22, Singapore will no longer require all foreign travellers departing the republic to have the departure immigration endorsement or stamp of departure in their travel documen ...

Delivery Driver gets Death Penalty for Drug Trafficking Man gets 22 Years' Jail, 18 Strokes for Sex with Girl, 12 Fake News Bill: Law Society refutes Online Flak over Alleged Silence more

Foreign Ministry clarifies Thai Military court system

BANGKOK, Apr 12 (NNT)  The Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a press release regarding factual accounts on trials before the military courts of persons accused of committing offences from the early administration o ...

Transport Ministry to introduce Licenses for Electric Train Operators Alcoholic Beverages banned during Sunday’s Early Voting Cabinet approves 5Bn Baht Agro Subsidies more
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Palace suspends Government Work for Holy Week Exodus

MANILA, Apr 17 (PNA) - Malacañang suspended work on Wednesday (April 17), 12 noon onwards, to allow government employees to travel to their respective regions in time for the observance of Maundy Thursday (April 18) and Good Friday (April 19).

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JBC asks Applicant to comment on Gadon Opposition

MANILA, Apr 16 (PNA) - The Judicial and Bar Council (JBC) has asked an applicant for a vacancy in the Court of Tax Appeals (CTA) to comment on an opposition to her appointment filed last month by senatorial candidate and lawyer, Lorenzo "Larry" Gadon.

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PCC approves Ayala-PHINMA Energy Deal

MANILA, Apr 15 (PNA) - The Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) has approved the acquisition of the majority stake in PHINMA Energy by Ayala Corporation’s power branch, AC Energy.

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8,254 Workers Re-employed after getting Assistance from ESO

KUALA LUMPUR, Apr 16 (Bernama) - A total of 8,254 unemployed workers have been re-employed after receiving assistance from the employment service officers (ESOs) since the Re-Employment Placement Programme for Employment Insurance System (EIS) commenced in August 2018.

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Two Indonesians fined RM100,000 for Possessing Illicit Cigarettes

KLANG, Apr 16 (Bernama) - Two Indonesian retail shop workers were fined RM100,000 by the Magistrate Court here today after pleading guilty to possessing 854 packs of illegal cigarettes of various brands valued at RM1,668.56.

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"Go to the Mosque, get Closer to God," Judge advises Robber

IPOH, Apr 16 (Bernama) - "Go to the mosque, get closer to God, be a good person and stop taking drugs," Sessions Court judge Azman Abu Hassan told a palm oil fruit collector.

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Fake News Bill: Law Society refutes Online Flak over Alleged Silence

Law Society president Gregory Vijayendran said that the organization will share their views over the draft Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Act privately with policymakers, and has refuted online flak about its so-called "deafening silence".

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SC suspends Work in Courts for Holy Week

MANILA, Apr 15 (PNA) - The Supreme Court (SC) on Monday announced its modified work schedule for the Holy Week, starting with a half-day work on Wednesday.

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Fourth 'Justice Zone' opens in Pampanga

MANILA, Apr 13 (PNA) - The fourth Justice Zone in the country has been formally opened in Angeles, Pampanga by the Justice Sector Coordinating Council (JSCC).

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Indonesia Industrial Summit to be held on April 15-16

Jakarta, April 13 (ANTARA) - The Industry Ministry will organize the 2019 Indonesia Industrial Summit (IIS) themed "Implementation of Making Indonesia 4.0 Toward Top Ten Global Economies", in ICE BSD, Tangerang, Banten Province, on April 15 and 16.

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200 Lawyers gather in Kuala Lumpur for TerraLex

KUALA LUMPUR, Apr 13 (Bernama) - A total of 200 lawyers from 50 countries have gathered here for the TerraLex Global Meeting to discuss a wide variety of legal and economic issues impacting Malaysia.

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Chief Justice pens Touching Farewell to Colleagues

PUTRAJAYA, Apr 13 (Bernama) - "All I ask from you is to protect the judiciary no matter what others may say," said Tan Sri Richard Malanjum in his farewell message to the judges, officers and employees of the judiciary upon his retirement yesterday.

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Chief Justice Richard Malanjum retires

PUTRAJAYA, Apr 12 (Bernama) - Chief Justice Tan Sri Richard Malanjum retires today after serving 27 years in the judiciary.

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SC launches New Public-Friendly Website

BAGUIO CITY, Apr 11 (PNA) - Supreme Court Chief Justice Lucas Bersamin on Thursday launched the High Court's new and improved website, which includes a court locator directory for lower courts and an e-library of the tribunal's decisions and resolutions.

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Appointment of Suhakam Commissioner for Children to be announced this Month

KUALA LUMPUR, Apr 11 (Bernama) - The Legal Affairs Division in the Prime Minister's Department is expected to announce the appointment of a Suhakam (Human Rights Commission of Malaysia) commissioner for the portfolio of children this month.

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Proposed Amendment to Constitution not done in haste - Liew

KUALA LUMPUR, Apr 10 (Bernama) - Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Liew Vui Keong today brushed off claims that the proposed amendment to Article 1(2) of the Federal Constitution was done in haste, saying the MPs from Sabah and Sarawak were given ample time to deliberate the matter.

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Re-tabling of Amendment Bill depends on Needs - Dr Mahathir

KUALA LUMPUR, Apr 10 (Bernama) - Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said re-tabling of the bill to amend the Federal Constitution to give Sabah and Sarawak equal status with Peninsular Malaysia, which failed to get two-thirds majority support in the Dewan Rakyat yesterday, would depend on needs.

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Hearing of Najib's Appeal to disqualify Gopal Sri Ram as Prosecutor Rescheduled to April 23

PUTRAJAYA, Apr 10 (Bernama) - The Court of Appeal has rescheduled to April 23 to hear Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak's appeal against a High Court's dismissal of his application to disqualify former Federal Court judge Datuk Seri Gopal Sri Ram from leading the prosecution team in his 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) cases.

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