Wednesday, June 16, 2010

TAN TEK SENG v. SURUHANJAYA PERKHIDMATAN PENDIDIKAN & ANOR.

p.20
That is but one aspect of the right to life. An equally important facet of that right is the right to livelihood because, no person can live without the means of living, that is, the means of livelihood.
If the right to livelihood is not treated as a part of the constitutional right to life, the easiest way of depriving a person of his right to life would be to deprive him of his means of livelihood to the point of abrogation.

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