A Clear and Present Danger

Human Rights Watch‘s Asia division deputy director, Phil Robertson, in a recent statement entitled ‘AG Should Not Appeal‘, said that “the end of the trial allowed a way out for the government to bow out gracefully. The trial court gave the government a chance to bow out gracefully from Anwar’s politically motivated prosecution.  It’s very unfortunate that they didn’t take it.” Continue reading

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A Brief Review of the Legal Implications and Enforcement Issues Arising from Competition Act 2010

Summary

The competition laws were designed in order to ensure that the relationship that exists between the businesses are policed with an intention of ensuring that there is a fair competition within the market through the provision of a level playing field for all the businesses. Continue reading

Conflict of Interest

For over thirty years, “the GOLKAR Umbrella” in Indonesia required all voting parties to register and be monitored by themselves. The result was a “one-party democracy” in which Suharto was usually credited with winning over 90% of any election, as has occurred in many other communist and third-world Muslim governments around the world. Continue reading