Category: Judiciary

Vigil for Anwar: Lighting candles in the dark

Even as 1MDB struggles to repay its debts, a vigil is taking place at Sungai Buloh Prison to express solidarity with Anwar Ibrahim. At this rate, he could turn into a Mandela-like figure in no time. He has already been in jail/detention for eight years: two years in the 1970s and six years since 1998. Now, another five years.

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Guilty verdict: Aliran’s and Anwar Ibrahim’s immediate reactions

mammoth crowd outside Court 10 Feb 2012

A large crowd gathered outside the Palace of Justice in Putrajaya.

The social reform group Aliran has released a scathing immediate reaction to the verdict in the Anwar trial and the upholding of a five-year jail term.

Check it out here. And check out Anwar’s full response here.

I am shocked at the verdict, and I am not the only one. I have been receiving a steady stream of outrage from other concerned Malaysians via text, email, Whatapp, social media and blog comments. (more…)

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Live – In controversial judgment, Federal Court finds Anwar guilty

It is D-Day today for Anwar Ibrahim – and the judiciary too is coming under the international media spotlight.

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