Category Archives: MoCS News

Ahmad Fairuz’s stand on Islamic law misplaced, says retired judge

PETALING JAYA: Former chief justice Ahmad Fairuz Abdul Halim has misread the Federal Constitution and ignored a judicial precedent in claiming that Islamic law is above civil legislations, a retired judge said today. Former Federal Court judge Gopal Sri Ram … Continue reading

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The Accidental Whistle-Blower: How a Retired London Journalist Uncovered Massive Corruption Half a World Away

A TIME report Nash Jenkins / Kuala Lumpur, London and Singapore @pnashjenkins Andrew Testa—The New York Times/ReduxClare Rewcastle Brown at her home in London on July 22, 2013 Clare Rewcastle Brown was a retired London TV journalist when she came across … Continue reading

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It’s getting tougher for UM

PETALING JAYA: The academic staff is the latest casualty in an austerity drive at Universiti Malaya (UM), the country’s premier institution of higher learning. The measures, a result of slashed government funding for public universities, has already caused several facilities … Continue reading

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MoCS invites Adenan to attend Bersih rally

PETALING JAYA: Sarawak Chief Minister Adenan Satem has been invited by the Movement for Change Sarawak (MoCS) to attend the Bersih rally in Kuching on Nov 19. In a statement, MoCS leader Francis Paul Siah said Adenan had often emphasised … Continue reading

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MoCS invites Adenan to attend Bersih rally

Last Updated 17th November, 2016, 11:09 AM By Berita Daily Staff Siah said that while MoCS supports the national Bersih’s five demands, its own theme for Bersih 5 was “We Love Sarawak”. KUCHING: The Movement for Change, Sarawak (MoCS) has … Continue reading

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Inside Rosmah’s Wardrobe: We Try To Value How Much Some Of Her Items Cost

  Vulcan Post   © Provided by Vulcan Post Three days ago, The Wall Street Journal broke the news alleging that Rosmah Mansor had spent at least 6 million USD (approximately RM24,863,700) in credit card charges on shopping in designer … Continue reading

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S’wak will not tolerate anymore ‘flip-flopping’ educational policies – Adenan

SRI AMAN: The state will no longer tolerate Putrajaya’s constant “flip-flopping” policies on education which had affected quality implementation and physical growth here for the past 50 years. Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Adenan Satem said the state will … Continue reading

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