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Old 24-07-2018, 02:09 PM
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dah nama pon pencacai melayu.

satu kebanggaan pencacai melayu jika berjaya gadai dan jahanamkan bangsa sendiri. bila dah jahanam, tunding jari ke arah ameno, ini semua salah ameno.

ini modus operandi yg sama diulang2.
Semua ni memang salah umno. Kemaruk nak kuasa sanggup terima kaum pendatang cina dan india jadi warganegara.
Inilah punca segala2nya melayu semakin dipinggirkan dinegara sendiri. Selama 60 tahun umno berkuasa berapa byk tanah rizab melayu tergadai. Felda mara tabung haji 1mdb tu bukankah puak2 umno yg menjahanamkan bangsa sendiri. Demi nak jaga hati mca,mic tak reti2 nak tutup sekolah cina dan tamil.
Pokok yg umno tanam sekarang keluar hasil buah dapig

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Old 24-07-2018, 02:15 PM
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Tak habis lg dgn ketuanan.
Dah tahun 2018 dah ni. Not 1957.
Ketuanan melayu memang dah termaktub dalam perlembagaan negara.
Ini sebagai ganti kpd kepada kaum pendatang cina dan india yg mendapat kewarganegaraan malaysia.
Semuanya ini terjadi atas keboddohan umno
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Semua ni memang salah umno. Kemaruk nak kuasa sanggup terima kaum pendatang cina dan india jadi warganegara.
Inilah punca segala2nya melayu semakin dipinggirkan dinegara sendiri. Selama 60 tahun umno berkuasa berapa byk tanah rizab melayu tergadai. Felda mara tabung haji 1mdb tu bukankah puak2 umno yg menjahanamkan bangsa sendiri. Demi nak jaga hati mca,mic tak reti2 nak tutup sekolah cina dan tamil.
Pokok yg umno tanam sekarang keluar hasil buah dapig
skrg masa tuk ubah. malaysian for malay.

singapore tu melayu mesti kena amik balik.
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Richard bersihkan mahkamah sendiri
Pekerja mogok tak dibayar gaji



Tan Sri Richard Malanjum (tengah) memberi taklimat kepada pegawai sebelum memulakan kerja gotong-royong di Mahkamah Jalan Duta, Kuala Lumpur, hari ini.-UTUSAN ONLINE

KUALA LUMPUR 29 Julai - Tindakan tukang cuci Kompleks Mahkamah Jalan Duta yang melancarkan mogok dan membiarkan kompleks tersebut seolah-olah 'tandas awam' sejak dua minggu yang lalu menyebabkan Ketua Hakim Negara, Tan Sri Richard Malanjum terpaksa turun padang bersama staf yang lain membersihkan bangunan itu.

Beliau yang tiba seawal pukul 9.34 pagi itu dilihat mengadakan 'lawatan' ke bangunan tersebut sebelum bersama-sama pegawai lain bergotong-royong membersihkan serta menanam pokok di persekitaran kompleks tersebut sejurus itu.

Turut bersama-sama beliau adalah Hakim Has Zanah Mehat, Hakim Datuk Wan Ahmad Farid, Hakim Datuk Suffian Abdul Razak, Hakim Datuk Ahmad Firuz Jaffil , Datuk Mohd. Zaki Abdul Wahab.

Difahamkan kira-kira 120 pekerja pembersihan bangunan mahkamah itu melancarkan mogok sejak 7 Julai lalu kerana tidak dibayar gaji bermula Hari Raya Aidilfitri.

Susulan daripada itu, hakim dan kakitangan mahkamah Jalan Duta dan Putrajaya diberi notis untuk membersihkan kawasan bangunan itu semalam.

Tinjauan Utusan Malaysia di kantin mahkamah itu mendapati pinggan-mangkuk terbiar atas meja tanpa dibersihkan.

Beberapa kakitangan juga kelihatan membersihkan tandas kompleks tersebut.

Kontraktor yang bertanggungjawab itu dikatakan sudah menerima bayaran daripada kerajaan untuk perkhidmatan pembersihan hingga akhir tahun ini.


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9 panel hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan bersidang kali pertama

August 28, 2018

Persidangan diketuai Richard Malanjum mendengar semakan perlembagaan berhubung pertelingkahan komersial antara JRI Resources Sdn Bhd dan Kuwait Finance House (M) Bhd.


Komposisi hakim paling ramai pernah mendengar kes di Mahkamah Persekutuan hanya 7 panel hakim, bagaimanapun ia amat jarang berlaku.

PUTRAJAYA: Hari ini menyaksikan buat kali pertama 9 panel hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan bersidang berhubung kes membabitkan perlembagaan negara.

Ketua Hakim Negara, Tan Sri Richard Malanjum mengetuai 9 panel hakim tersebut bagi mendengar semakan perlembagaan berhubung pertelingkahan komersial antara JRI Resources Sdn Bhd dan Kuwait Finance House (M) Bhd.

Tiga hakim kanan lain yang bersidang ialah Presiden Mahkamah Rayuan, Tan Sri Ahmad Maarop; Hakim Besar Malaya, Tan Sri Zaharah Ibrahim dan Hakim Besar Sabah dan Sarawak, Datuk David Wong Dak Wah.

Selain itu, 4 Hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan dan seorang Hakim Mahkamah Rayuan iaitu Tan Sri Ramly Ali, Tan Sri Azahar Mohamed, Datuk Alizatul Khair Osman Khairuddin dan Datuk Mohd Zawawi Salleh. Manakala Tan Sri Idrus Harus dibawa dari Mahkamah Rayuan seperti yang dibenarkan oleh Perlembagaan Persekutuan.

Sebelum ini, komposisi hakim paling ramai pernah mendengar kes di Mahkamah Persekutuan hanya membabitkan panel 7 hakim, bagaimanapun ia amat jarang berlaku.

Antara kes yang pernah diputuskan panel 7 hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan ialah pada 23 Jun 2014 membabitkan permohonan gereja Katolik bagi mendapat kebenaran merayu keputusan Mahkamah Rayuan melarang penerbitan mingguan “The Herald” menggunakan kalimah Allah, dalam versi bahasa Melayu terbitannya.

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Old 28-08-2018, 06:41 PM
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Istana Kehakiman catat sejarah, panel hakim teramai bersidang

August 28, 2018

Barisan panel hakim diketuai Ketua Hakim Negara Richard Malanjum.



PUTRAJAYA: Istana Kehakiman mencatatkan sejarah apabila pertama kali menampilkan panel 9 hakim bagi mendengar rujukan perlembagaan (institutional reference) tentang bidang kuasa Majlis Penasihat Syariah Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM).

Panel dipengerusikan Ketua Hakim Negara Tan Sri Richard Malanjum bersama-sama Presiden Mahkamah Rayuan Tan Sri Ahmad Maarop, Hakim Besar Malaya Tan Sri Zaharah Ibrahim dan Hakim Besar Sabah dan Sarawak Datuk David Wong Dak Wah.

Selain itu, 4 hakim Mahkamah Persekutuan iaitu Tan Sri Ramly Ali, Tan Sri Azahar Mohamed, Datuk Alizatul Khair Osman Khairuddin dan Datuk Mohd Zawawi Salleh, dan 1 hakim Mahkamah Rayuan Tan Sri Idrus Harun.

Pertelingkahan komersial itu melibatkan syarikat perkapalan JRI Resources Sdn Bhd (JRI) dan Kuwait Finance House (M) Bhd (KFH) di mana JRI mempertikaikan keputusan majlis berkenaan yang didakwa mengikat keputusan mahkamah sivil.

Terdahulu, JRI dibenarkan merujuk kepada mahkamah persekutuan sama ada keputusan Majlis Penasihat Syariah BNM yang dikatakan mengikat mahkamah sivil berperlembagaan atau sebaliknya
Peguam JRI, Datuk Malik Imtiaz Sarwar dalam hujahannya hari ini berkata majlis berkenaan terbukti melebihi fungsinya dalam menentukan persoalan syariah berdasarkan Seksyen 56 dan 57 Akta Bank Negara.

“Peruntukan ini secara efektifnya mengambil alih fungsi dan kuasa kehakiman,” katanya.

Peguam KFH, Yoon Sin Min pula berhujah peranan majlis berkenaan hanya menentukan persoalan syariah membabitkan perniagaan berunsurkan syariah dan bukannya membuat keputusan ke atas fakta kes yang dibawa ke mahkamah sivil.

Panel yang mendengar penghujahan semua pihak kemudian menangguhkan keputusan ke tarikh yang bakal ditetapkan.

Sebelum ini, barisan hakim paling ramai pernah mendengar kes di Mahkamah Persekutuan hanya 7 orang, bagaimanapun ia jarang berlaku.

Kes yang pernah diputuskan panel 7 hakim ialah menentukan permohonan gereja Katolik bagi mendapat kebenaran merayu keputusan Mahkamah Rayuan melarang penerbitan akhbar The Herald versi bahasa Melayu menggunakan kalimah Allah, pada 23 Jun 2014.
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No tribunal can usurp role of judiciary, says lawyer

August 28, 2018

The civil court's authority is brought into question as a provision in the Central Bank of Malaysia Act 2009 says any ruling of the Shariah Advisory Council is binding on High Court.


Lawyer Malik Imtiaz Sarwar says the doctrine of separation of powers and independence of the judiciary are basic features of the Federal Constitution. (File pic)

PUTRAJAYA: Judicial power cannot be conferred onto any other body whose members do not enjoy the same level of constitutional protection, a nine-member Federal Court heard today.

Lawyer Malik Imtiaz Sarwar said there would be an incursion of the judicial power of the federation should that authority be transferred to other bodies.

“The doctrine of separation of powers and the independence of the judiciary are basic features of the Federal Constitution and an essential part of its basic structure,” he said.

Malik supported his argument by relying on the celebrated cases of Semenyih Jaya and M Indira Gandhi which ruled that judicial power was at all times vested with the judiciary.

The lawyer made this submission today in a constitutional reference following a dispute in five commercial agreements between a financial institution and a shipping company.

Kuwait Finance House (Malaysia) Berhad (KFH) brought a claim against JRI Resources Sdn Bhd and three guarantors for alleged failure to make RM120 million payment under Islamic banking facilities, namely Ijarah facilities and asset purchase agreements.

JRI generated its revenue through charter-parties from the various vessels it operated.

Beneficial ownership of these vessels was vested with KFH under the Islamic banking agreements.

A dispute arose as to who ought to have been responsible for the payment of major maintenance work of the vessels as certain clauses of the agreements require KFH to be responsible for major maintenance works whereas certain other clauses provide that JRI be responsible for all maintenance work.

This became an issue because JRI was bearing all the maintenance cost and therefore unable to service the loan repayment.

The High Court referred to these conflicting clauses in the agreements to the Shariah Advisory Council (SAC) to determine whether these were shariah-compliant.

The SAC ruled the agreements were valid and shariah-compliant.

A question then arose if SAC’s ruling under Section 57 of Central Bank of Malaysia Act 2009 was binding on the High Court.

JRI took the position that the SAC ruling was not binding on the High Court as judicial powers were vested only with the judiciary.

Last year, JRI filed the reference to the Federal Court, but newly-appointed Chief Justice Richard Malanjum decided the matter should be heard by an enlarged bench due to its impact on Islamic banking and judicial power.

Lawyer Yoong Sin Min, who appeared for KFH, said the SAC merely ascertained whether the agreement was in line with Islamic law.

“The SAC did not determine the facts and issues in the case. They did not usurp the functions of the courts,” she said.

Lawyer Cyrus Das, who represented Bank Negara as intervener, said SAC did not encroach into functions of the judiciary as it (SAC) did not have an adjudicative function.

“The ascertainment by SAC is also not final and not enforceable, unlike a court ruling,” he said.

The bench has reserved judgment.
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Don’t be ‘yes men’, dissenting judgments ok, chief justice tells judges


October 24, 2018 7:11 PM



PUTRAJAYA: Chief Justice Richard Malanjum has urged his judges to be courageous in delivering their judgments even if it means giving dissenting views.

“Be brave and just do the right thing. When you make a decision, consider it as if it is being made on the last day of your working life as a judge,” Malanjum said.

He said there was no place in the judiciary for the “yes-man” or “herd” mentality.

The top judge said this when delivering a lecture on “The Role of Dissenting Judgments in the Malaysian Judicial System” in conjunction with the 17th Professor Emeritus Ahmad Ibrahim Memorial Lecture at the International Islamic University Malaysia last week.

The text of his speech was made available to the media today.

The late Ahmad led a distinguished legal career, having been the attorney-general of Singapore, a renowned practitioner, a revered ulama, and the chief architect of at least two of the most prestigious law faculties in Malaysia.

Malanjum, who assumed the top post three months ago, said Lord Denning, a renowned English judge, was of the view that when it came to judicial independence, judges ought not to make judgments for the sake of promotion.

He said judicial independence was unarguably a basic feature of the Federal Constitution.

“Independence requires freedom, not only from external influences but from their internal influences and pressures as well.

“Judges must make decisions free from any interference by his or her colleagues or superiors. The ‘herd mentality’ must be avoided,” he added.

Malanjum said Sultan of Perak Sultan Nazrin Muizzudin Shah, in a royal address delivered in March last year, had also encouraged judicial dissent as a form of judicial independence.

“This is also evident from history, for example the ground-breaking dissents of Justice HS Khanna of the Indian Supreme Court, and Lords Atkin and Denning of the United Kingdom,” he added.

Malanjum said while dissenting judgments might sometimes render the law uncertain, their positives outweighed the negatives.

“As past judgments have often done, they spark changes in legislation, and appeal to the intelligence of judges of a later day to update case law,” he said.

Malanjum said even in Islamic law, dissent in the form of ikhtilaf (“juristic disagreement”) was recognised and encouraged.

“The diversity of views is considered a ‘nikmat’ (blessing),” he said, adding that there was little use in being a “yes-man”.

The “herd” mentality, he said, should in fact be scrapped at all levels of society.

He said judgments should be read as a whole, including any dissenting judgments, and those reading them should feel free to form their own views.

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2 women among 3 judges promoted to Federal Court, says source


October 24, 2018 5:32 PM


The three judges are (from left) Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat, Nallini Pathmanathan and Abang Iskandar Abang Hashim.

PUTRAJAYA: Three Court of Appeal judges, including two women, are expected to be appointed to fill vacancies in the Federal Court, a source said.

They are Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat, Nallini Pathmanathan and Abang Iskandar Abang Hashim.

The source said their nominations were approved by the Conference of Rulers which held its meeting last week.

The three will assume office after receiving their letters of appointment from the king and take their judicial oaths before Chief Justice Richard Malanjum.

With the elevation of Tengku Maimun and Nallini, six of the 14 judges in the apex court will be women, the highest number ever in the apex court.

Currently, the women judges on the Federal Court are Zaharah Ibrahim, who is also the Chief Judge of Malaya, Aziah Ali, Alizatul Khair Osman Khairuddin and Rohana Yusuf.

The source said it was unclear whether another vacancy in the Federal Court had been filled.

According to procedure, the Judicial Appointments Commission, comprising five judges and four eminent persons, vets the candidates’ list.

Under Article 122B of the Federal Constitution, the Yang di-Pertuan Agong appoints judges acting on the advice of the prime minister and after consulting the Conference of Rulers.

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