reckoned this will be a good dialogue to attened..
to those who can make it, do come for it... do come a little early as expecting a huge crowd after the 'bocor dialogue' few weeks ago...
am sure there will be a q&a session after this dialogue, do prepare yr question, if any...
p/s ; me for one is interested wat may ambiga be presenting, fm the bar council point of view...
“To say that she is not under the jurisdiction of the Syariah Court - because she no longer professes Islam - is not appropriate… In other words, one cannot embrace or leave a religion according to one’s whims and fancies.” - Chief Justice Tun Ahmad Fairuz Sheikh Abdul Halim
“Illegal and unreasonable… to expect the appellant (Lina) to apply for a certificate of apostasy - when to do so would likely expose her to a range of offences under the Islamic law - is, in my view, unreasonable.” - Chief Judge of Sabah and Sarawak Datuk Richard Malanjum
“I am disappointed that the Federal Court is not able to vindicate a simple but important fundamental right that exists in all persons; namely, the right to believe in the religion of one’s choice… The Federal Court has not only denied me that right but to all Malaysians who value fundamental freedoms.” - Lina Joy
Date: 7 June 2007 (Thursday)
Venue: Armada Hotel, Petaling Jaya
Room: Laksamana Room, Level 3
Y.B. Lim Kit Siang, Parliamentary Opposition Leader
Ambiga Sreenevasan, Malaysia Bar Council President
Dr Azmi Sharom, Associate Professor, UM Law Faculty
Lenard Teoh, Legal Advisor to Malaysia Consultative Council of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism and Sikhism (MCCBCHS)
Yusri Mohammad, President of Angkatan Belia Islam (ABIM)
Lim Guan Eng, DAP Secretary-General
Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim, General Secretary of PKR
Chairperson: Tony Pua