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Malay to English: Gagal Perhimpunan Haram ( Strike Failure) General field: Other Detailed field: Government / Politics
Source text - Malay KUALA LUMPUR 22 Jun - Perhimpunan haram anjuran Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim yang diuar-uarkan sebagai kebangkitan rakyat bagi membantah keputusan Pilihan Raya Umum Ke-13 (PR-13) ternyata gagal apabila dihadiri hanya kira-kira 20,000 orang.
Jumlah kehadiran peserta yang berhimpun di tujuh lokasi sebelum berarak ke Padang Merbok ternyata jauh daripada sasaran pemimpin pembangkang iaitu 500,000 orang.
Berikutan keadaan itu Penasihat Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim terpaksa memberi alasan bahawa ia berlaku kerana masalah jerebu yang melanda ibu negara.
Bagaimanapun alasan Anwar itu ternyata sekadar untuk menutupi kegagalan pakatan pembangkang semata-mata kerana sebahagian besar peserta mula meninggalkan lokasi utama di Padang Merbok seawal pukul 4 petang iaitu sebelum beliau berucap.
Translation - English Kuala Lumpur, June 22nd – The illegal gathering or strike, organized by Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim who was well known as the rise of the citizen who opposed the decision of the country 13th General Votes, has proven a failure with only roughly 200,000 participants.
The total of participants for the gathering was from seven locations before parading at the ‘Padang Merbok’ (Merbok field) turned out to be much lower comparing to the goal set by the opposition party which were 500,000 participants.
Followed by the incident, the advisor of the party ‘Parti Keadilan Rakyat’ (PKR) (Justice of the Citizen Party), Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, was forced to make excuses to blame the failure on the haze that hit the country and other neighbor countries as well.
Regardless of the excuses given by Mr. Anwar, it was just a cover up for the opposition party’s failure as majority participants beginning to leave the main location at the ‘Padang Merbok’ (Merbok Field) as early as 4 pm, even before Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim began his speech.
Full Article: http://utusan.com.my/utusan/Politik/20130623/po_02/Perhimpunan-gagal-capai-sasaran#ixzz2X3oEx7Az
Malay to English: People versus Goetz (Pihak umum mendakwa Goetz) General field: Other Detailed field: Law (general)
Source text - Malay People v. Goetz
Summary History: Bernhard Goetz, the defendant was indicted for criminal possession of a weapon, attempted murder, assault, and reckless endangerment. The Supreme Court, Trial Term, New York County, dismissed the indictment and the People appealed. The Supreme Court Appellate Division affirmed and the People appealed. The Court of Appeals reversed and dismissed, and reinstated all the counts of the indictment.
Translation - English Pihak umum mendakwa Goetz
Ringkasan Sejarah Kes: Yang terdakwa, Bernhard Goetz di dakwa memiliki senjata, percubaan membunuh, menyerang dan membahayakan tanpa menghiraukan keselamatan masyarakat umum. Dalam masa penggal percubaan, daerah New York, Mahkamah Besar membubarkan dakwaan, dan pihak umum membuat rayuan. Mahkamah Besar bahagian Rayuan Kes bersetuju dengan rayuan kes pihak umum. Mahkamah bahagian rayuan membalikkan dakwaan-dakwaan dan membaharui semua pendakwaan.
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