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Malaysia on ‘slippery slope’ to becoming failed state

Malaysia on ‘slippery slope’ to becoming failed state, says Ambiga

Malaysia is on its way to becoming a failed state, with institutions failing to function and lawmakers ignoring the very laws they created, says Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan. 330 more words

Judiciary

Man in court for raping his 15-year-old step daughter

A 37-year-old man, Oluwaseyi Akinmulayo, was on Tuesday arraigned before a Lagos Magistrates court sitting in Ikeja for allegedly defiling his step daughter.

Akinmulayo who resides at 22, Omorale Johnson Street, Lekki Phase 1 area of the State is standing trial on a one count charge of defilement. 140 more words

News

Malaysia is in turmoil

It doesn’t take deep reflection to see why Malaysia has come to this stage.

COMMENT

Malaysia is in turmoil, and there appears to be no way out of it. 546 more words

Elections

Swiss NGO Wades into 1MDB Mess

Activist Bruno Manser Fund says Swiss banks should be held liable for involvement in spreadng Malaysian financial scandal

The Geneva-based Bruno Manser Fund is asking Swiss authorities to open criminal proceedings against Swiss and other banks involved in the growing 1Malaysia Development Berhad scandal, charging that the Swiss subsidiary of RBS Coutts in Zurich participated in the looting of as much as US$700 million from the Malaysia-backed investment fund. 543 more words

Financial

NDP candidate Taman appeals to overturn prosecutor election ban

Ottawa-Vanier NDP candidate Emilie Taman appealed to the Federal Court Tuesday to overturn the Public Service Commission’s refusal to let her run in the federal election. 450 more words

Election 2015

Student Advisory Team: Know Your Rights and the OLCC

Phoebe Gresser /// Chief Justice

Lewis & Clark students are known for their unmatched dedication to making positive change within our school, community and world. Lewis & Clark’s student government, the… 600 more words

News

DOJ should pursue INC issue for de Lima to be credible

Many are asking what really was agreed upon by the Aquino administration and the powerful Iglesia ni Cristo (INC), when the religious sect’s scheduled 5-day protest against the alleged meddling of Justice Secretary Leila de Lima in their church’s internal problem was suddenly aborted on its third day yet? 329 more words

Government