Overlapping jurisdictions?

comments     KJ John     Published     Updated

I want to congratulate our civil law-based judicial system; especially our Federal Court Judges who ruled appropriately about the artificial and inconsistent ban of Sisters in Islam’s (SIS) book, “under some guises that it might start a disruption among peace loving Malaysians”. The Federal Court threw out the appeal by the Home Affairs Ministry and the Attorney-General’s Chambers and ruled that the minister was misguided in instituting the ban.

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