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L-impotenza tal-Parlament u l-Imħallef Lino Farrugia Sacco


Illum l-Imħallef Lino Farrugia Sacco jagħlaq snienu, 65 sena, u jirtira. Il-lum ukoll, billi l-Imħallef Lino Farrugia Sacco kien qed jiffaċċja mozzjoni Parlamentari biex jitneħħa minn Imħallef, din l-istess mozzjoni tispiċċa. 225 more words


Absurd sedition charges

Criticising court judgment not an offence, say ex-judge, lawyers

It is unheard of to frame a charge against lawyer N. Surendran for criticising a written judgment of the court, a retired judge and lawyers said. 320 more words


PNoy gets the better of SC

There is no doubt that President Benigno Aquino (PNoy) has been at odds with the Supreme Court (SC) ever since the latter showed a seemingly adversarial stunt when it ruled against some of the pertinent provisions of his pet Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP) – a program that is supposed to speed-up public spending and boost economic growth. 597 more words


Najib ‘deceived’ Malaysians with promise to repeal Sedition Act - Human Right Watch

Najib ‘deceived’ Malaysians with promise to repeal Sedition Act, says rights group

KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 19 – Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s promise to repeal the Sedition Act was “designed to deceive” Malaysians and the international community, said a global rights group, Human Right Watch (HRW) claimed. 396 more words


Bomb squad detonates apparent explosive device near federal courthouse; no one is injured

Developing: After a passerby reported seeing a stick of dynamite in a sports-utility vehicle parked near a federal courthouse in San Francisco on Monday around 8 p.m., authorities responded and determined that the vehicle did contain an apparent explosive device. 38 more words


Sweeping changes in judiciary during Modi tenure

NEW DELHI: The National Judicial Appointments Commission brought in by the NDA government could be appointing 21 judges to the Supreme Court during Narendra Modi’s tenure. 582 more words