This website is dedicated to the cause of the former Chief Justice and Lord President of the Supreme Court of Malaysia, Tun Salleh Abas - a true 'hakim rakyat'

“ pleas, as we all know, fell on deaf the end, justice is not done because you have a better pleader or a better judge. Justice is not even done because you have better laws. These things are undoubtedly important.”

“But far more important than any of these is that society as a whole believes passionately that every human being deserves to be treated justly..."

".. that when one human being is manifestly denied justice, then we are in real danger of being denied it.”

“And justice cannot be done hastily. And justice cannot be done in the dark.”

“It has to be done with due deliberation, in full view of the people in whose name it is done. For it is done for them.”

Tun Salleh Abas (from the book with K Das "May Day For Justice")

May Day For Justice May Day For Justice

The Removal of Tun Salleh Abas: A Summary

Forward by Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj

Is the Malaysian Judiciary Independent?

Chapter II: Independence

Chapter III: Hang The Judges!

Chapter IV: Information Vacuum

Chapter V: Peace Offerings

Chapter VI: Legal - Political Chaos

Chapter VII: If My Patience Should Cease To Be

Chapter VIII: Not Straight In The Eye

Chapter IX: Among the Hobgoblins

Chapter X: Executive Juggernaut

Chapter XI: A Nightmare Within A Nightmare

Chapter XII: Court Without Peer

COMING SOON: Chapter XIII - Chapter XX

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The Federal Constitution

The Federal Constitution

Part II: Fundamental Liberties

The Police Act

The Police Act 1967 (Act 344)

Section 27: Power To Regulate Meetings, Assemblies and Processions

The Anwar Report

An independent legal view of the criminal case against Anwar Ibrahim

Statements, Declarations and Affadavits related to the Anwar Trial

Statutory Declaration by Manjeet Singh Dhillon, November 9th, 1998

Letter from Manjeet Singh Dhillon to Tan Sri Mohtar Abdullah, 12 October 1998

Statutory Declaration by Dr. Munawar Ahmad Anees, November 7th, 1998

Statement on The Rule of Law Under Threat, September 15th, 1998, by Tun Mohd Suffian and others

Notes from the Anwar Trial

  • Nov 24th, 1998: Police arrests and 'turning over'
  • Dec 7th, 1998: Azizan says Anwar did not sodomise him
  • Dec 23rd, 1998: Ummi's taped conversation (excerpts)

  • Waiting for Justice

    By Sabri Zain, Internet Writer

    Food For Thought

    By Marina Yusof, Advocate and Solicitor

    Justice and The Law

    From The Asian Renaissance by Dato' Seri Anwar Ibrahim

    Related Bar Council Statements

    Justice For Anwar


    The Internal Security Act

    The Internal Security Act, 1960

    What is we still ride on, we two
    With life forever old yet new
    Changed not in kind but in degree
    The instant made eternity, -
    And heaven just prove that I and she
    Ride, ride together, for ever ride?