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THE RULE OF LAW 26

1. Laws are made essentially for the safety, good life and well- being of the people. For the laws to do all these Government must govern according to the laws of the nation. An elected Government must do nothing less. 2. But what we are seeing in Malaysia today is a Government which ignores and ...

THE CONSTITUTION 40

1. I was forced to read through the Constitution of Malaysia and the National Security Council Act 2016, in order to understand the need or otherwise of the power of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong and the Prime Minister in ensuring the security of the country. 2. I don’t think anyone would want to read through ...

APOLOGY 48

1. I would like to apologise for the amendment to the constitution which made the approval and signature of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong no longer necessary for the legalising of an act of Parliament. It would seem that because of the amendment, the new National Security Law has become operational even though the Yang di-Pertuan ...

THE A.G’s REPORT 222

1. In any other country the report by the Auditor General would be a public document. But in Malaysia the A.G’s Report is made a Government secret, denied access by the public. And this despite the provision in the Constitution that the report is to be made to the King and by his order to ...

RASUAH II 120

Saya dan isteri saya mengucapkan Selamat Hari Raya, Maaf Zahir Batin kepada semua rakyat Malaysia, khususnya kepada pembaca blog ini 1. Dalam Pilihanraya Kecil baru-baru ini ramai daripada pengundi gembira menerima duit, beras dan alatan elektrik. 2. Mereka tentu tahu mereka telah menerima suapan rasuah. Yang memberi pun tentu tahu mereka melakukan perbuatan yang salah ...

GOVERNMENT SECRETS 42

1. The A.G. would like the punishment for people who leak Government secrets to be caned and jailed for life. 2. It tells of a very primitive mind and is unIslamic. The Quran repeatedly enjoins upon Muslims to judge with justice. The punishment should fit the crime. It should not be excessive. Even for your ...

AG TO AG 48

1. Following upon the Malaysian A.G.’s (Tan Sri Mohamad Apandi Ali) decision that the report of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission showed there were no wrong doings by the Prime Minister in relation to the 2.6 billion Ringgit and 42 million Ringgit in his personal accounts, perhaps coincidentally, the French legal authorities have initiated legal action ...

QUO VADIS MALAYSIA 76

1.​In Malaysia the Attorney General decides if a law has been broken or not. That decision is in fact a judgement. The A.G. is both a judge and a prosecutor. This in itself is an injustice. 2.​I admit I was not shocked when the A.G. decided that the report by the MACC does not show ...