Categorised | Corrections

June 2009

“Non-Muslims have no locus standi” and “Non-Muslim claim to inheritance must be considered” Corrected 7.50pm, 30 June 2009

We originally misspelt the name of the lawyer for the Selangor Islamic Council (Mais) in the Mohan Singh case as Hanif Khatri Abdullah. It should be Hanif Khatri Abdulla.

We apologise for the error.

Zulkifli and civility Corrected 5.15pm, 26 June 2009

In the initial report, we mistakenly said that the source for the first quote we attributed to Zulkifli Noordin (Rival groups unified in protest, Malaysiakini) was dated 9 Aug 2009. It should be 9 Aug 2008.

We apologise for the error.

Pakatan Rakyat MPs suspended Corrected 11.35pm, 15 June 2009

In the initial report, we accidentally named Nurul Izzah Anwar’s constituency as Bangsar. It should be Lembah Pantai.

We apologise for the mistake.

Explain unity govt proposal, DAP tells PAS Corrected 11.30am, 11 June 2009

In our report, we used the honorific “Datin Seri” for the Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) president. This is incorrect, because as of 12 July 2008, she effectively became Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.

We regret the error.

Zulkifli: SIS should drop “Islam” Corrected 12 noon, 10 June 2009

We initially reported that Zulkifli Noordin wanted the Registrar of Companies to get Sisters in Islam to drop the word “Islam” from its name. He actually called for the Companies Commission of Malaysia to take this action.

We regret the error.

PAS election results Corrected 12.10pm, 6 June 2009

Nasharuddin Mat Isa garnered 480 votes, not 400 votes as we originally published. This means that Nasharuddin’s winning margin over Datuk Husam Musa is 199 votes, not 119 as reported. We regret the error.

PAS ulama move to assert leadership Corrected 10.50pm, 4 June 2009

We originally reported that two auditors were voted into the PAS Ulama wing, Ibrahim Omar and Mohamad Noor Zain.

We were mistaken. There is only one auditor —  Ibrahim Omar — as reported in the official PAS muktamar website.  We apologise for the error.

Police summon Chin Huat’s fomer students Corrected 7pm, 3 June 2009

SCAR’s originally press release sent to us at 3.15pm did not specify that it was Wong Chin Huat’s former students who had been summoned by the police. Hence, our original report and the original title to our report “Police summon Chin Huat’s students”.

SCAR later clarified at 6.50pm that the two who were summoned by the police for gathering on 7 May to support the academic were his former students and were also no longer students at Monash University Sunway Campus.

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