The image above encapsulates what this blog is seeking to achieve. As a brand for human rights and student activism for the United Kingdom & Eire Malaysian Law Students’ Union (KPUM), we seek to further the rule of law through various means and platforms.

asasikini is a step forward in that direction. As students of the law and as future members of the Malaysian Bar we seek to uphold the rule of law and the cause of justice, uninfluenced by fear or favour as stated in the Legal Profession Act.

This blog serves as a platform for our union’s members to exercise their voice in the protection of the fundamental rights that are enshrined in our Federal Constitution.

Follow us as we post weekly articles on various human rights issues in Malaysia. If you are a member of the Union, you may also submit articles to us in due course.

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*ASASIkini tries its best to share reliable content from third parties without prejudice and with a firm belief in freedom of expression. All articles are strictly the writer’s personal opinion and ASASIkini, and KPUM, does not necessarily endorse the views or opinions given by the writers.