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Anwar to appeal against transfer of case to High Court – The Sun Daily


Straits Times

Anwar to appeal against transfer of case to High Court
The Sun Daily, Malaysia
KUALA LUMPUR (March 6, 2009) : Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim today filed a notice of appeal against the transfer of his sodomy trial to the High Court here. His lawyer Sankara Nair said the notice to appeal to the Court of Appeal on the
Anwar appeals decision to transfer sodomy trial Malaysia Star
Anwar Ibrahim to face another trial on sodomy charge Thaindian.com
Anwar Ibrahim's sodomy trial moved to high court GulfNews
International Herald Tribune – Bernama
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Anwar appeals against transfer ruling – Malaysia Star

Anwar appeals against transfer ruling
Malaysia Star, Malaysia
KUALA LUMPUR: Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has filed an appeal against the court ruling that ordered that he will be tried for sodomy at High Court. His lawyer SN Nair said the defence had filed the papers at the High Court registry here
Saiful keen on testifying in sodomy case soon Malaysia Star
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Post-Racial Malaysia? Obama Mania Hits – Concierge


Concierge

Post-Racial Malaysia? Obama Mania Hits
Concierge, NY
Over fish curry, dahl, and chapati, the conversation in their art-filled apartment, overlooking the rich folks' villas of Damansara Heights, flowed from how President Obama has reached out to the Muslim world to whether Anwar Ibrahim,

Malaysia's politicians drained by constant wrangling, politicking – Channel News Asia

Malaysia's politicians drained by constant wrangling, politicking
Channel News Asia, Singapore
Anwar Ibrahim, opposition parliamentary leader, said: "There is a danger of complacency or lethargy creeping in. There's a need to rejuvenate." Mr Anwar has been put on the defensive by a series of events that has gripped the fledging alliance – from
The Lost Year Straits Times
Life with the opposition The Malaysian Insider
Some favour change but many are worried The Malaysian Insider
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Political tsunami still making waves in Malaysia – International Herald Tribune

Political tsunami still making waves in Malaysia
International Herald Tribune, France
The National Front coalition remains in power, and main opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim has had to back off claims that he would topple the government within months. But normally predictable Malaysian politics is increasingly less so, as new cracks

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March 7, 2009 - Posted by | News

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