The public caning took place with 100 people in attendance: A panel of judges, members of the government, the media and NGO representatives and the family.
I answer all your burning questions in my Talking Edge column at Options, The Edge.
If there was a boycott, the people who would directly suffer would be Malaysians themselves.
It’s dangerous when the government is seen as advocating the demonisation of a segment of the country’s population.
Which news story from last week do you think deserve to be given more importance in the media?
It may be shocking, but hardly surprising.
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