Tuesday, February 9, 2010

THE MOST EXPENSIVE ASSHOLE MAN IN THE WORLD

THE MOST EXPENSIVE ASSHOLE MAN IN THE WORLD


THE MOST EXPENSIVE ASSHOLE MAN IN THE WORLD

Posted: 09 Feb 2010 08:39 AM PST


Our mission is to force our believe in the ideals of freedom of speech and freedom of expression,Their vile plan is to indoctrinate the young to think as they do by broadcasting programs dealing with controversial issues . We do this by continually writing to television and radio program makers, media regulators and newspaper editors in the hope that they will eventually lose all will to live and commit suicide.

read more click this NAJIS TOLD THE PRESS THAT ANWAR'S ACCUSER, SAIFUL BUKHARI AZLAN WENT TO SEE HIM to get his green light before making a police report


click here read this exclusive article Charge Najib,Ezam,Rosnmah charge them for abetting SAIFUL for making a false report and causing all the trouble.Send them to jail

THE WEEK THAT WAS HERE

Queensland University political scientist David Martin Jones, currently working in Malaysia, says: "There is now an interesting collection of scandals dating from the first Anwar case in 1998 that coincides with the fragmentation of Umno-controlled politics."

"For the second time," Danby said, "the Malaysian legal system is being manipulated by supporters of the incumbent government to drive Malaysia's best-known leader, Anwar Ibrahim, out of national politics.

"For the second time, documents are being forged, witnesses are being coerced, and evidence is being fabricated. This trial, like the first trial, is a disgrace to Malaysia, a country that aspires to democratic norms."

Extra HERE

For Laughs HERE

Posted by zorroat 8:04 AM 16 comments

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2010

SUNDAY SNIPPETS

FEB 14 IS NO-PANTIES-VALENTINE'S DAY.
PANTIES CAN INCRIMINATE YOU!
THE ORGANISERS DEEM IT FIT TO AUCTION OFF THIS CELEBRITY'S UNDERGARMENT.
BAIL MONEY WILL BE AVAILABLE FROM THE PROCEEDS OF THE AUCTION.
+++++
THE COURTS IN PERAK AND KUALA LUMPUR WILL ROCK THIS WEEK
TRANSCRIPT OF PROCEEDINGS HERE

Posted by truthseeker


THE MOST EXPENSIVE ASSHOLE MAN IN THE WORLD

Posted: 09 Feb 2010 08:47 AM PST



Our mission is to force our believe in the ideals of freedom of speech and freedom of expression,Their vile plan is to indoctrinate the young to think as they do by broadcasting programs dealing with controversial issues . We do this by continually writing to television and radio program makers, media regulators and newspaper editors in the hope that they will eventually lose all will to live and commit suicide.

read more click this NAJIS TOLD THE PRESS THAT ANWAR'S ACCUSER, SAIFUL BUKHARI AZLAN WENT TO SEE HIM to get his green light before making a police report


click here read this exclusive article Charge Najib,Ezam,Rosnmah charge them for abetting SAIFUL for making a false report and causing all the trouble.Send them to jail

THE WEEK THAT WAS HERE

Queensland University political scientist David Martin Jones, currently working in Malaysia, says: "There is now an interesting collection of scandals dating from the first Anwar case in 1998 that coincides with the fragmentation of Umno-controlled politics."

"For the second time," Danby said, "the Malaysian legal system is being manipulated by supporters of the incumbent government to drive Malaysia's best-known leader, Anwar Ibrahim, out of national politics.

"For the second time, documents are being forged, witnesses are being coerced, and evidence is being fabricated. This trial, like the first trial, is a disgrace to Malaysia, a country that aspires to democratic norms."

Extra HERE

For Laughs HERE

Posted by zorroat 8:04 AM 16 comments

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2010

SUNDAY SNIPPETS

FEB 14 IS NO-PANTIES-VALENTINE'S DAY.
PANTIES CAN INCRIMINATE YOU!
THE ORGANISERS DEEM IT FIT TO AUCTION OFF THIS CELEBRITY'S UNDERGARMENT.
BAIL MONEY WILL BE AVAILABLE FROM THE PROCEEDS OF THE AUCTION.
+++++
THE COURTS IN PERAK AND KUALA LUMPUR WILL ROCK THIS WEEK
TRANSCRIPT OF PROCEEDINGS HERE

Posted by truthseeker


You ask for it! don’t get natural JUSTICE from the Barisan only artificial justics that sinks

Posted: 09 Feb 2010 07:44 AM PST


[Crew_Toilets_-_Shinkoku_Maru.jpg]



Justice may be delayed, but it can never be denied.MAHARTIR THE COURT IS WAITING!

Corrupt political leadership does not attractive men of outstanding integrity; neither can it be expected to enact effective laws to maintain high integrity in government. That truism has practically reduced our options to only one – a change of political leadership. That is, if we are still serious about restoring the rule of law and the pursuit of excellence for the country.

read this exclusive article


Supreme Court judges do not seem to comply with internationally accepted standards for managing conflict of interest in cases



readmore click this Justice may be delayed, but it can never be denied.MAHARTIR THE COURT IS WAITING!

The Federal Court decision today will lead to a situation where there could be "absolute monarchy" inMalaysia, claimed former menteri besar Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin. "An illegitimate government which did not follow the rules of parliamentary democracy has been supported by the judicial institution. This is sad as it would lead to other consequences."
Professor Abdul Aziz Bari, constitutional law expert
It is bad news for democracy for the court has reduced the constitution – which sought to put in place a democratic government – to a mere legal document. One wonders whether judges really understood the concept of responsible government.

The court in this instance has added another case to a list of cases that go against the very idea of constitutionalism and democracy, which stand at the very heart of the constitution. It is a pity that the court took a literal and pedantic approach that throws democracy out of the window.
Zaid Ibrahim, former law minister and Pakatan coordinator


As I said before, our judges in the upper echelon of the judiciary will continue to fail the people of this country. Today, the principles governing parliamentary democracy and the rule of law have been sacrificed because they have to please the political masters.

I hope the BN leaders in the midst of their celebrations realise the significance of the ruling. It means that the monarch can refuse the appointment of a menteri besar chosen by the party in power (as in Terengganu) but now can dismiss the lawful menteri besar if he so chooses. Another black day for the country.


DANG! Nothing like a lamb-shank to get rid of this awful taste!

POSTED BY ZORROAT 7:01 PM 3 COMMENTS

THEIR LORDSHEEPS HAVE SPOKEN!



Three constitutional questions were posed for the Federal Court's decision:

1. A proper interpretation of Article 16(6) of the Perak constitution under which a menteri besar can advise the sultan to dissolve the assembly – what if there is no motion of no confidence against the MB and he refuses to resign?

2. Can the sultan determine if a menteri besar commands the confidence of the majority of the House without a vote in the assembly?

3. Does the state constitution allow the sultan to sack a menteri besar, or is the position is deemed vacant if he chooses not to resign?

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Federal Court rules unanimously to dismiss Nizar's appeal
and declares Zambry is the legitimate MB.
Court rules affirmative to question 1 thus no need for house vote to question 2 meaning sultans action to deem nizar's post vacant is valid. For question 3, court agrees that sultan may remove MB and appoint new MB who commands confidence of majority of members.
THANK YOU MOST HONORABLE JUDGES.
POSTED BY ZORROAT 12:01 PM 23 COMMENTS

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2010

THEY HAVE DECIDED: TO PROTECT THE LAW OR TURN MALAYSIA INTO A PARIAH STATE LIKE ZIMBABWE!readmoreALL SET, JUDGES IN PLACE the untouchable beautifully beastifully Rosmah to sent Anwar Ibrahim to jail Rosmah has no time to entertain 'wild allegations'

Filed under: Uncategorized — fawas @ 3:39 pm Edit This

HALL OF SHAME

Eusoff ChinMOHD EUSOFF CHIN

DISGRACE#01 MOHD EUSOFF CHIN, CHIEF JUSTICE OF MALAYSIA FROM 1994 – 2000, SUBJECTED HIMSELF TO THE WORST KIND OF CORRUPTION, BY 'TAGGING' ALONG LAWYER V.K. LINGAM ON A FAMILY VACATION IN NEW ZEALAND IN 1994. HE SUBSEQUENTLY LIED TO THE ROYAL COMMISSION OF INQUIRY ON THE LINGAM TAPE SCANDAL.

S. Augustine PaulS. AUGUSTINE PAUL

DISGRACE#02 S. AUGUSTINE PAUL, CURRENTLY FEDERAL COURT JUDGE, SUBJECTED HIMSELF TO BE A POLITICAL WHORE WHEN IN 1998, WHILE BEING A KUALA LUMPUR HIGH COURT JUDGE, PARTICIPATED IN THE POLITICAL CONSPIRACY ORCHESTRATED BY THEN PRIME MINISTER MAHATHIR MOHAMAD. HE PUT THROUGH A SHOW TRIAL OF THEN-DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER ANWAR IBRAHIM AND SUBSEQUENTLY CONVICTED THE LATTER OF SODOMY AND CORRUPTION. AMONG HIS NOTORIETIES, HE ALLOWED THE PROSECUTION TO CHANGE THE TIME OF OFFENCE THREE TIMES WHEN ANWAR'S LAWYERS PROVIDED THE ALIBI.

Ahmad Fairuz bin Sheikh Abdul Halim
AHMAD FAIRUZ BIN SHEIKH ABDUL HALIM

DISGRACE#03 AHMAD FAIRUZ BIN SHEIKH ABDUL HALIM, CHIEF JUSTICE OF MALAYSIA FROM 2003 TO 2007, WAS TAPED IN THE 'JUDICIAL FIXING' SCANDAL WHERE HE WAS HEARD IN CONVERSATION WITH LAWYER V.K. LINGAM, ON HOW TO GET FAIRUZ TO BE ELEVATED AS CHIEF JUSTICE OF MALAYSIA. HE SUBSEQUENTLY LIED TO THE ROYAL COMMISSION OF INQUIRY THAT HE WAS NOT THE OTHER PARTY IN THE SAID TELEPHONE CONVERSATION.

ridwanRIDWAN BIN IBRAHIM

DISGRACE#04 RIDWAN BIN IBRAHIM, CURRENTLY JUDICIAL COMMISSIONER OF IPOH HIGH COURT, PARTICIPATED IN THE AFTERMATH OF PERAK STATE COUP BY NAJIB TUN RAZAK. HE FIRST CREATED THE STIR WHEN HE INFAMOUSLY RULED THAT FIVE LAWYERS APPOINTED BY PERAK STATE SPEAKER V. SIVAKUMAR HAD NO LOCUS STANDI TO REPRESENT SIVAKUMAR. THE ASTONISHING RULING FORCED SIVAKUMAR TO BE UNREPRESENTED EFFECTIVELY, AS HIS RULING ALSO STATED THAT SIVAKUMAR CAN ONLY BE REPRESENTED BY THE STATE LEGAL ADVISOR, WHO HAS BEEN SHOWN TO BE COLLUDING WITH THE ILLEGAL MENTERI BESAR ZAMBRY.

Ramly bin Hj AliRAMLY BIN HJ ALI

DISGRACE#05 RAMLY BIN HJ ALI, CURRENTLY A JUDGE AT THE COURT OF APPEAL, TOOK SIDE ON THE PERAK MB VS. MB ON MAY 12, 2009 WHEN HE ALONE HEARD THE APPEAL FROM BN MENTERI BESAR ZAMBRY AND GRANTED HIM STAY OF EXECUTION ON THE HIGH COURT RULING, WHICH DECLARED NIZAR AS THE LEGITIMATE MENTERI BESAR. RAMLY'S HEARING THE APPEAL ALONE WAS A SERIOUS DEPARTURE FROM THE NORM OF THE COURT OF APPEAL, WHICH HEARS CASES IN PANEL OF AT LEAST THREE JUDGES.

Balia Yusof bin Haji WahiBALIA YUSOF BIN HAJI WAHI

DISGRACE#06 BALIA YUSOF BIN HAJI WAHI, CURRENTLY A JUDGE AT KUALA LUMPUR HIGH COURT, DISMISSED ON APR 1, 2009, PERAK STATE ASSEMBLY SPEAKER V. SIVAKUMAR'S APPLICATION TO STRIKE OUT SUMMONS BY BROUGHT BY THE THREE INDEPENDENT ASSEMBLYMEN, SEEKING A DECLARATION THAT SIVAKUMAR'S ORDER TO DECLARE THEIR ASSEMBLY SEATS VACANT WAS ILLEGAL.

BALIA YUSOF'S DECISION IS A STARK VIOLATION OF THE VERY FUNDAMENTAL OF SEPARATIONS OF POWERS, WHERE PROCEEDINGS IN THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ANY STATE CANNOT BE INTERVENED BY THE COURT.

Alauddin bin Mohd. SheriffALAUDDIN BIN MOHD. SHERIFF

DISGRACE#07 ALAUDDIN BIN MOHD. SHERIFF, CURRENTLY PRESIDENT OF THE COURT OF APPEAL, RULED ON APR 16, 2009 THAT PERAK ASSEMBLY SPEAKER V SIVAKUMAR DOES NOT HAVE THE POWER TO SUSPEND MENTRI BESAR DATUK ZAMBRY ABD KADIR AND SIX STATE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEMBERS FROM ATTENDING THE ASSEMBLY. IT IS A DECISION THAT WAS MADE IN BLATANT DEFIANCE OF ARTICLE 72 (1) OF THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION WHICH SAYS,"THE VALIDITY OF ANY PROCEEDINGS IN THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ANY STATE SHALL NOT BE QUESTIONED IN ANY COURT".

Arifin bin ZakariaARIFIN BIN ZAKARIA

DISGRACE#08 ARIFIN BIN ZAKARIA, CURRENTLY CHIEF JUDGE OF MALAYA, RULED ON APR 16, 2009 THAT PERAK ASSEMBLY SPEAKER V SIVAKUMAR DOES NOT HAVE THE POWER TO SUSPEND MENTRI BESAR DATUK ZAMBRY ABD KADIR AND SIX STATE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEMBERS FROM ATTENDING THE ASSEMBLY. IT IS A DECISION THAT WAS MADE IN BLATANT DEFIANCE OF ARTICLE 72 (1) OF THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION WHICH SAYS,"THE VALIDITY OF ANY PROCEEDINGS IN THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ANY STATE SHALL NOT BE QUESTIONED IN ANY COURT".

Zulkefli bin Ahmad MakinudinZULKEFLI BIN AHMAD MAKINUDIN

DISGRACE#09 ZULKEFLI BIN AHMAD MAKINUDIN, CURRENTLY FEDERAL COURT JUDGE, RULED ON APR 16, 2009 THAT PERAK ASSEMBLY SPEAKER V SIVAKUMAR DOES NOT HAVE THE POWER TO SUSPEND MENTRI BESAR DATUK ZAMBRY ABD KADIR AND SIX STATE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEMBERS FROM ATTENDING THE ASSEMBLY. IT IS A DECISION THAT WAS MADE IN BLATANT DEFIANCE OF ARTICLE 72 (1) OF THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION WHICH SAYS,"THE VALIDITY OF ANY PROCEEDINGS IN THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ANY STATE SHALL NOT BE QUESTIONED IN ANY COURT".

Nik Hashim Nik Ab. RahmanNIK HASHIM NIK AB. RAHMAN

DISGRACE#10 NIK HASHIM NIK AB. RAHMAN, FORMER FEDERAL COURT JUDGE, RULED ON APR 16, 2009 THAT PERAK ASSEMBLY SPEAKER V SIVAKUMAR DOES NOT HAVE THE POWER TO SUSPEND MENTRI BESAR DATUK ZAMBRY ABD KADIR AND SIX STATE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEMBERS FROM ATTENDING THE ASSEMBLY. IT IS A DECISION THAT WAS MADE IN BLATANT DEFIANCE OF ARTICLE 72 (1) OF THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION WHICH SAYS,"THE VALIDITY OF ANY PROCEEDINGS IN THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ANY STATE SHALL NOT BE QUESTIONED IN ANY COURT".

Mohd Zaki bin Md. YasinMOHD ZAKI BIN MD. YASIN

DISGRACE#11 MOHD ZAKI BIN MD. YASIN, CURRENTLY JUDGE AT SHAH ALAM HIGH COURT, PRESIDED THE MOCK TRIAL OF ALTANTUYA MURDER CASE, WHICH EVENTUALLY ACQUITTED ABDUL RAZAK BAGINDA, A CLOSE ASSOCIATE OF THEN DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER NAJIB TUN RAZAK,

On February 10, the Supreme Court threw out yet another petition seeking to reinstate L K Advani as an accused in the trial of the conspiracy to demolish Babri Masjid. This is despite a host of circumstances pointing to the probability of Advani, NDA's prime ministerial candidate in the upcoming election, being involved in the conspiracy. Not the least of which was his notorious rath yatra in the run-up to the demolition. And the testimony of the IPS officer in charge of his security, Anju Gupta, stating that his speech on the spot minutes before the demolition had added fuel to the fire.
On February 13, in the first of the Nithari serial killing cases to be decided, a trial court pronounced death sentence on Moninder Singh Pandher for a murder that took place when he was far away in Australia. And for the murder of a girl who he did not even know. As the prosecution admitted, there was no evidence to suggest that it was at Pandher's instance that his servant Surender Koli had raped and killed 14-year-old Rimpa Haldar, the victim who lived in a slum near his house. Yet, Pandher was held to be a conspirator mainly because his sexual profligacy was found to have brought out depravity in his servant.
The two interpretations of criminal conspiracy could not have been more different: ultra liberal in the case of Advani and stretched in the case of Pandher. Neither interpretation seems justified in the given facts and circumstances. Both the interpretations raise questions about the rigor and detachment with which the judiciary at all levels performs its job.

We just don't seem to get it. The normal standards of accountability don't apply to judges. We are unable to grasp their argument that, much as it is desirable in other institutions, transparency in the judiciary will compromise its independence, a larger constitutional value. Hence, we persist with the folly of expecting judges to be swept away by the wave of transparency triggered by RTI.
This is evident from the two latest attacks on judges on July 17. First, this incorrigible sceptic, Prashant Bhushan, mobilised a statement from 25 eminent citizens denouncing a proposed Bill, which prohibits the declarations of assets made by judges to their respective chiefs from being made public. The statement fails to appreciate Law Minister Veerappa Moily's sensitivity in coming up with a draft that reflects a consensus among judges. As if that were not bad enough, the statement is cheeky enough to suggest that, following the example of their American counterparts, our Lordships too should be transparent about their assets so that we could point out any "unusual accretion" or "false declaration".
But it is not just civil society that is being irreverent to judges. For, the same day, just before shutting for the weekend, the Central Information Commission (CIC) released an order where it repeated its folly of trying to bring the Chief Justice of India under the ambit of RTI. It once again demolished the CJI's position that he need not disclose any information lying in his custody as he was independent and distinct from the Supreme Court, which is a public authority under RTI.
It may be recalled that when CJI K G Balakrishnan had first taken this view about a year ago, it was very much in the context of declarations of assets. Since those declarations were in his custody, the CJI held then that the Supreme Court registry would not entertain any RTI queries concerning them. Yet, in its latest order in another case, the CIC defied the CJI saying, "The institution and its head cannot be two distinct Public Authorities. They are one and the same. Information, therefore, available with the Chief Justice of India must be deemed to be available with the Supreme Court of India."
Like us, the CIC too doesn't seem to get it. The general logic doesn't apply to judges. When others take refuge in opacity, we are justified in suspecting that they are hiding corruption. But when judges wrap themselves in a veil of secrecy, we have to take it that they are actually doing so for our good, so that they are not distracted by allegations of corruption against themselves.
One way of coming to terms with this distinction is to re-adopt the outdated notion that king could do no wrong. Going by his logic, Justice Balakrishnan does seem to suggest some such blanket immunity to judges. If some judge has made an unusual accretion to his assets or has made a false declaration of them, it should be no cause for concern to us, the consumers of justice. It's time we realised that judges have their inscrutable reasons. We should just be grateful to them for whatever justice they dispense to us, in their magnanimity and in their good time. Don't bring the notions of accountability and transparency into this one-of-a-kind relationship.

PRESIDENT OF COURT OF APPEALS
CHIEF JUDGE OF HIGH COURT OF MALAYA
FEDERAL COURT JUDGE
FEDERAL COURT JUDGE
FEDERAL COURT JUDGE
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MEANWHILE, SOME ESSENTIAL READING ON

THE NECESSITY OF

… JUDGES ARE NOT INTERESTED IN THE PURSUIT OF POWER. IF THEY WERE, THEY WOULD NOT HAVE BECOME JUDGES.

JUDGING THE JUDGES

HERE

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WE IN PERAK HAVE TO LEARN IT THE HARD WAY. BUT OUR HOPE AND DREAM FOR A PEOPLE'S GOVERNMENT IN PERAK SHALL NEVER DIE, REGARDLESS OF TUESDAY'S FEDERAL COURT JUDGMENT.

POSTED BY ZORRO

POSTED BY CHITTARKOTTAIA


You ask for it! don’t get natural JUSTICE from the Barisan only artificial justics that sinks

Posted: 09 Feb 2010 07:37 AM PST


[Crew_Toilets_-_Shinkoku_Maru.jpg]



Justice may be delayed, but it can never be denied.MAHARTIR THE COURT IS WAITING!

Corrupt political leadership does not attractive men of outstanding integrity; neither can it be expected to enact effective laws to maintain high integrity in government. That truism has practically reduced our options to only one – a change of political leadership. That is, if we are still serious about restoring the rule of law and the pursuit of excellence for the country.

read this exclusive article


Supreme Court judges do not seem to comply with internationally accepted standards for managing conflict of interest in cases



readmore click this Justice may be delayed, but it can never be denied.MAHARTIR THE COURT IS WAITING!

The Federal Court decision today will lead to a situation where there could be "absolute monarchy" inMalaysia, claimed former menteri besar Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin. "An illegitimate government which did not follow the rules of parliamentary democracy has been supported by the judicial institution. This is sad as it would lead to other consequences."
Professor Abdul Aziz Bari, constitutional law expert
It is bad news for democracy for the court has reduced the constitution – which sought to put in place a democratic government – to a mere legal document. One wonders whether judges really understood the concept of responsible government.

The court in this instance has added another case to a list of cases that go against the very idea of constitutionalism and democracy, which stand at the very heart of the constitution. It is a pity that the court took a literal and pedantic approach that throws democracy out of the window.
Zaid Ibrahim, former law minister and Pakatan coordinator


As I said before, our judges in the upper echelon of the judiciary will continue to fail the people of this country. Today, the principles governing parliamentary democracy and the rule of law have been sacrificed because they have to please the political masters.

I hope the BN leaders in the midst of their celebrations realise the significance of the ruling. It means that the monarch can refuse the appointment of a menteri besar chosen by the party in power (as in Terengganu) but now can dismiss the lawful menteri besar if he so chooses. Another black day for the country.


DANG! Nothing like a lamb-shank to get rid of this awful taste!

POSTED BY ZORROAT 7:01 PM 3 COMMENTS

THEIR LORDSHEEPS HAVE SPOKEN!



Three constitutional questions were posed for the Federal Court's decision:

1. A proper interpretation of Article 16(6) of the Perak constitution under which a menteri besar can advise the sultan to dissolve the assembly – what if there is no motion of no confidence against the MB and he refuses to resign?

2. Can the sultan determine if a menteri besar commands the confidence of the majority of the House without a vote in the assembly?

3. Does the state constitution allow the sultan to sack a menteri besar, or is the position is deemed vacant if he chooses not to resign?

+++++
Federal Court rules unanimously to dismiss Nizar's appeal
and declares Zambry is the legitimate MB.
Court rules affirmative to question 1 thus no need for house vote to question 2 meaning sultans action to deem nizar's post vacant is valid. For question 3, court agrees that sultan may remove MB and appoint new MB who commands confidence of majority of members.
THANK YOU MOST HONORABLE JUDGES.
POSTED BY ZORROAT 12:01 PM 23 COMMENTS

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2010

THEY HAVE DECIDED: TO PROTECT THE LAW OR TURN MALAYSIA INTO A PARIAH STATE LIKE ZIMBABWE!readmoreALL SET, JUDGES IN PLACE the untouchable beautifully beastifully Rosmah to sent Anwar Ibrahim to jail Rosmah has no time to entertain 'wild allegations'

Filed under: Uncategorized — fawas @ 3:39 pm Edit This

HALL OF SHAME

Eusoff ChinMOHD EUSOFF CHIN

DISGRACE#01 MOHD EUSOFF CHIN, CHIEF JUSTICE OF MALAYSIA FROM 1994 – 2000, SUBJECTED HIMSELF TO THE WORST KIND OF CORRUPTION, BY 'TAGGING' ALONG LAWYER V.K. LINGAM ON A FAMILY VACATION IN NEW ZEALAND IN 1994. HE SUBSEQUENTLY LIED TO THE ROYAL COMMISSION OF INQUIRY ON THE LINGAM TAPE SCANDAL.

S. Augustine PaulS. AUGUSTINE PAUL

DISGRACE#02 S. AUGUSTINE PAUL, CURRENTLY FEDERAL COURT JUDGE, SUBJECTED HIMSELF TO BE A POLITICAL WHORE WHEN IN 1998, WHILE BEING A KUALA LUMPUR HIGH COURT JUDGE, PARTICIPATED IN THE POLITICAL CONSPIRACY ORCHESTRATED BY THEN PRIME MINISTER MAHATHIR MOHAMAD. HE PUT THROUGH A SHOW TRIAL OF THEN-DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER ANWAR IBRAHIM AND SUBSEQUENTLY CONVICTED THE LATTER OF SODOMY AND CORRUPTION. AMONG HIS NOTORIETIES, HE ALLOWED THE PROSECUTION TO CHANGE THE TIME OF OFFENCE THREE TIMES WHEN ANWAR'S LAWYERS PROVIDED THE ALIBI.

Ahmad Fairuz bin Sheikh Abdul Halim
AHMAD FAIRUZ BIN SHEIKH ABDUL HALIM

DISGRACE#03 AHMAD FAIRUZ BIN SHEIKH ABDUL HALIM, CHIEF JUSTICE OF MALAYSIA FROM 2003 TO 2007, WAS TAPED IN THE 'JUDICIAL FIXING' SCANDAL WHERE HE WAS HEARD IN CONVERSATION WITH LAWYER V.K. LINGAM, ON HOW TO GET FAIRUZ TO BE ELEVATED AS CHIEF JUSTICE OF MALAYSIA. HE SUBSEQUENTLY LIED TO THE ROYAL COMMISSION OF INQUIRY THAT HE WAS NOT THE OTHER PARTY IN THE SAID TELEPHONE CONVERSATION.

ridwanRIDWAN BIN IBRAHIM

DISGRACE#04 RIDWAN BIN IBRAHIM, CURRENTLY JUDICIAL COMMISSIONER OF IPOH HIGH COURT, PARTICIPATED IN THE AFTERMATH OF PERAK STATE COUP BY NAJIB TUN RAZAK. HE FIRST CREATED THE STIR WHEN HE INFAMOUSLY RULED THAT FIVE LAWYERS APPOINTED BY PERAK STATE SPEAKER V. SIVAKUMAR HAD NO LOCUS STANDI TO REPRESENT SIVAKUMAR. THE ASTONISHING RULING FORCED SIVAKUMAR TO BE UNREPRESENTED EFFECTIVELY, AS HIS RULING ALSO STATED THAT SIVAKUMAR CAN ONLY BE REPRESENTED BY THE STATE LEGAL ADVISOR, WHO HAS BEEN SHOWN TO BE COLLUDING WITH THE ILLEGAL MENTERI BESAR ZAMBRY.

Ramly bin Hj AliRAMLY BIN HJ ALI

DISGRACE#05 RAMLY BIN HJ ALI, CURRENTLY A JUDGE AT THE COURT OF APPEAL, TOOK SIDE ON THE PERAK MB VS. MB ON MAY 12, 2009 WHEN HE ALONE HEARD THE APPEAL FROM BN MENTERI BESAR ZAMBRY AND GRANTED HIM STAY OF EXECUTION ON THE HIGH COURT RULING, WHICH DECLARED NIZAR AS THE LEGITIMATE MENTERI BESAR. RAMLY'S HEARING THE APPEAL ALONE WAS A SERIOUS DEPARTURE FROM THE NORM OF THE COURT OF APPEAL, WHICH HEARS CASES IN PANEL OF AT LEAST THREE JUDGES.

Balia Yusof bin Haji WahiBALIA YUSOF BIN HAJI WAHI

DISGRACE#06 BALIA YUSOF BIN HAJI WAHI, CURRENTLY A JUDGE AT KUALA LUMPUR HIGH COURT, DISMISSED ON APR 1, 2009, PERAK STATE ASSEMBLY SPEAKER V. SIVAKUMAR'S APPLICATION TO STRIKE OUT SUMMONS BY BROUGHT BY THE THREE INDEPENDENT ASSEMBLYMEN, SEEKING A DECLARATION THAT SIVAKUMAR'S ORDER TO DECLARE THEIR ASSEMBLY SEATS VACANT WAS ILLEGAL.

BALIA YUSOF'S DECISION IS A STARK VIOLATION OF THE VERY FUNDAMENTAL OF SEPARATIONS OF POWERS, WHERE PROCEEDINGS IN THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ANY STATE CANNOT BE INTERVENED BY THE COURT.

Alauddin bin Mohd. SheriffALAUDDIN BIN MOHD. SHERIFF

DISGRACE#07 ALAUDDIN BIN MOHD. SHERIFF, CURRENTLY PRESIDENT OF THE COURT OF APPEAL, RULED ON APR 16, 2009 THAT PERAK ASSEMBLY SPEAKER V SIVAKUMAR DOES NOT HAVE THE POWER TO SUSPEND MENTRI BESAR DATUK ZAMBRY ABD KADIR AND SIX STATE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEMBERS FROM ATTENDING THE ASSEMBLY. IT IS A DECISION THAT WAS MADE IN BLATANT DEFIANCE OF ARTICLE 72 (1) OF THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION WHICH SAYS,"THE VALIDITY OF ANY PROCEEDINGS IN THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ANY STATE SHALL NOT BE QUESTIONED IN ANY COURT".

Arifin bin ZakariaARIFIN BIN ZAKARIA

DISGRACE#08 ARIFIN BIN ZAKARIA, CURRENTLY CHIEF JUDGE OF MALAYA, RULED ON APR 16, 2009 THAT PERAK ASSEMBLY SPEAKER V SIVAKUMAR DOES NOT HAVE THE POWER TO SUSPEND MENTRI BESAR DATUK ZAMBRY ABD KADIR AND SIX STATE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEMBERS FROM ATTENDING THE ASSEMBLY. IT IS A DECISION THAT WAS MADE IN BLATANT DEFIANCE OF ARTICLE 72 (1) OF THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION WHICH SAYS,"THE VALIDITY OF ANY PROCEEDINGS IN THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ANY STATE SHALL NOT BE QUESTIONED IN ANY COURT".

Zulkefli bin Ahmad MakinudinZULKEFLI BIN AHMAD MAKINUDIN

DISGRACE#09 ZULKEFLI BIN AHMAD MAKINUDIN, CURRENTLY FEDERAL COURT JUDGE, RULED ON APR 16, 2009 THAT PERAK ASSEMBLY SPEAKER V SIVAKUMAR DOES NOT HAVE THE POWER TO SUSPEND MENTRI BESAR DATUK ZAMBRY ABD KADIR AND SIX STATE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEMBERS FROM ATTENDING THE ASSEMBLY. IT IS A DECISION THAT WAS MADE IN BLATANT DEFIANCE OF ARTICLE 72 (1) OF THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION WHICH SAYS,"THE VALIDITY OF ANY PROCEEDINGS IN THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ANY STATE SHALL NOT BE QUESTIONED IN ANY COURT".

Nik Hashim Nik Ab. RahmanNIK HASHIM NIK AB. RAHMAN

DISGRACE#10 NIK HASHIM NIK AB. RAHMAN, FORMER FEDERAL COURT JUDGE, RULED ON APR 16, 2009 THAT PERAK ASSEMBLY SPEAKER V SIVAKUMAR DOES NOT HAVE THE POWER TO SUSPEND MENTRI BESAR DATUK ZAMBRY ABD KADIR AND SIX STATE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEMBERS FROM ATTENDING THE ASSEMBLY. IT IS A DECISION THAT WAS MADE IN BLATANT DEFIANCE OF ARTICLE 72 (1) OF THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION WHICH SAYS,"THE VALIDITY OF ANY PROCEEDINGS IN THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ANY STATE SHALL NOT BE QUESTIONED IN ANY COURT".

Mohd Zaki bin Md. YasinMOHD ZAKI BIN MD. YASIN

DISGRACE#11 MOHD ZAKI BIN MD. YASIN, CURRENTLY JUDGE AT SHAH ALAM HIGH COURT, PRESIDED THE MOCK TRIAL OF ALTANTUYA MURDER CASE, WHICH EVENTUALLY ACQUITTED ABDUL RAZAK BAGINDA, A CLOSE ASSOCIATE OF THEN DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER NAJIB TUN RAZAK,

On February 10, the Supreme Court threw out yet another petition seeking to reinstate L K Advani as an accused in the trial of the conspiracy to demolish Babri Masjid. This is despite a host of circumstances pointing to the probability of Advani, NDA's prime ministerial candidate in the upcoming election, being involved in the conspiracy. Not the least of which was his notorious rath yatra in the run-up to the demolition. And the testimony of the IPS officer in charge of his security, Anju Gupta, stating that his speech on the spot minutes before the demolition had added fuel to the fire.
On February 13, in the first of the Nithari serial killing cases to be decided, a trial court pronounced death sentence on Moninder Singh Pandher for a murder that took place when he was far away in Australia. And for the murder of a girl who he did not even know. As the prosecution admitted, there was no evidence to suggest that it was at Pandher's instance that his servant Surender Koli had raped and killed 14-year-old Rimpa Haldar, the victim who lived in a slum near his house. Yet, Pandher was held to be a conspirator mainly because his sexual profligacy was found to have brought out depravity in his servant.
The two interpretations of criminal conspiracy could not have been more different: ultra liberal in the case of Advani and stretched in the case of Pandher. Neither interpretation seems justified in the given facts and circumstances. Both the interpretations raise questions about the rigor and detachment with which the judiciary at all levels performs its job.

We just don't seem to get it. The normal standards of accountability don't apply to judges. We are unable to grasp their argument that, much as it is desirable in other institutions, transparency in the judiciary will compromise its independence, a larger constitutional value. Hence, we persist with the folly of expecting judges to be swept away by the wave of transparency triggered by RTI.
This is evident from the two latest attacks on judges on July 17. First, this incorrigible sceptic, Prashant Bhushan, mobilised a statement from 25 eminent citizens denouncing a proposed Bill, which prohibits the declarations of assets made by judges to their respective chiefs from being made public. The statement fails to appreciate Law Minister Veerappa Moily's sensitivity in coming up with a draft that reflects a consensus among judges. As if that were not bad enough, the statement is cheeky enough to suggest that, following the example of their American counterparts, our Lordships too should be transparent about their assets so that we could point out any "unusual accretion" or "false declaration".
But it is not just civil society that is being irreverent to judges. For, the same day, just before shutting for the weekend, the Central Information Commission (CIC) released an order where it repeated its folly of trying to bring the Chief Justice of India under the ambit of RTI. It once again demolished the CJI's position that he need not disclose any information lying in his custody as he was independent and distinct from the Supreme Court, which is a public authority under RTI.
It may be recalled that when CJI K G Balakrishnan had first taken this view about a year ago, it was very much in the context of declarations of assets. Since those declarations were in his custody, the CJI held then that the Supreme Court registry would not entertain any RTI queries concerning them. Yet, in its latest order in another case, the CIC defied the CJI saying, "The institution and its head cannot be two distinct Public Authorities. They are one and the same. Information, therefore, available with the Chief Justice of India must be deemed to be available with the Supreme Court of India."
Like us, the CIC too doesn't seem to get it. The general logic doesn't apply to judges. When others take refuge in opacity, we are justified in suspecting that they are hiding corruption. But when judges wrap themselves in a veil of secrecy, we have to take it that they are actually doing so for our good, so that they are not distracted by allegations of corruption against themselves.
One way of coming to terms with this distinction is to re-adopt the outdated notion that king could do no wrong. Going by his logic, Justice Balakrishnan does seem to suggest some such blanket immunity to judges. If some judge has made an unusual accretion to his assets or has made a false declaration of them, it should be no cause for concern to us, the consumers of justice. It's time we realised that judges have their inscrutable reasons. We should just be grateful to them for whatever justice they dispense to us, in their magnanimity and in their good time. Don't bring the notions of accountability and transparency into this one-of-a-kind relationship.

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WE IN PERAK HAVE TO LEARN IT THE HARD WAY. BUT OUR HOPE AND DREAM FOR A PEOPLE'S GOVERNMENT IN PERAK SHALL NEVER DIE, REGARDLESS OF TUESDAY'S FEDERAL COURT JUDGMENT.

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'The Car Washer's Salam' by Zainol Abideen

Posted: 09 Feb 2010 08:55 AM PST




















"Assalamualaikum!" rang out a Salam as I had just got out of our car after I finished parking at our lot.

Instinctively I replied "Wa'alaikumsalam" as a response to our time honored Muslim way of replying that Prophetic tradition.

I squinted my eyes to see who was wishing me well and it turned out to be the local car washer.

He was a man from India who always raised his hand in greeting as we drove past himself who was always busy washing the apartment dwellers cars who had engaged his services.

I have yet to know him by name but seeing the colored braid he wore on his wrist recognize him to be a Hindu.

Yet this friendly car washer has told me before in Tamil that he had once worked in Dubai and was used to greeting Muslims there with the Salam. He had asked me before if it was alright for him to greet us with the Salam even though he is yet to be a Muslim?

I told him that the meaning of 'Assalamualaikum' is 'Peace be unto you!' which is one of the best ways to greet a fellow being. There is no harm for anyone to do so provided he or she even if not yet be a Muslim says it according to the right pronunciation!

There is a difference however if instead of wishing peace upon another by using the correct word of 'Assalam' which means just that ; one were to erroneously wish upon another 'Assamu' which is 'Cursed be'!

He then told me that he has been going down on his knees before the apartment's surau @ local prayer area and clasped his hands in prayer towards the 'Muslim Saami'. By that he meant that he had paid his respects towards whatever it is that we Muslims prayed to?

Interesting enough.

I asked him what exactly did he mean by that?

Did he see any object of worship in the surau by doing what he did?

He answered that he figured that there must be a hidden object of worship in the general direction that we Muslims prayed to and that back home in India, he has gone to a place called Nagore and paid some rupees to the local Muslim Imams and offered joss sticks, flowers and other offerings in order to pray to the shrine where those Indian Muslims congregated.

He told me that lots of Hindus in Nagore, India went to the local shrines of the Indian Muslim saints and offered their prayers by giving the shrine custodians money, joss sticks, flowers, milk, etcetera and that the Indian Muslims there welcomed them wholeheartedly.

Hmmm.....

I've heard of this malpractice before but this is the first time I get to hear about it from someone who has exactly done it and he being a Hindu caps it off with a sigh of utter regret and sadness from me.

I told him that whatever is being done in the shrines of Nagore, Tamil Nadu, South India is nothing but false worship and of committing the major sin of Shirk and blasphemy against Almighty Allah!

He was quite intrigued and asked me further as to how is it that those Indian Muslim holy men have been getting away with their misdeeds if it is forbidden in Islam?

I told him that in Islamic worship there is no need for Allah to receive any material offerings from us when we stand in prayer before Him.

There is no need for us to offer Almighty Allah any flowers, fruit, milk, incense, monetary gifts, joss sticks, etcetera except for us to stand before Him purified both in our body and soul.

All we need to do is to stand before Him as a Muslim, firm in our creed of testifying that we worship none but Allah and that we attest Muhammad as His (Final) Messenger!

We are then to prepare ourselves to be able to offer our prayers by being physically clean and to take our ablution by using clean water as in the case here and to ensure that we remain pure by ensuring that our clothing's are kept free from filth of any kind and that we refrain from breaking wind or emit urine or feces and any other bodily fluids, etc from any of our bodily orifices when intending to carry out our prayers and acts of worship.

He was listening very raptly to all that I was sharing and thanked me for the way I had explained to him about something that has intrigued him all these while.

It was getting dark as Maghrib was already setting in and I had to rush back home to fulfill my obligations.

I promised him that I will share more with him about what Islamic prayer really entails and he just thanked me profusely and asked that I share more with him the next time we meet each other.

I said 'Insya Allah!' and made my way back home.

All I can say is that I feel blessed to be able to help enlighten a fellow human being about what is rightfully his birthright?

To be able to testify that 'There is no god but Allah and that Muhammad is His Final Messenger!'.

Insya Allah. I pray that He opens up the humble car washer's heart to receive His Guidance and Blessings.

Ameen. Ya Rabbal Alameen.


Anwar Ibrahim will be incarcerated

Posted: 09 Feb 2010 06:45 AM PST



Judging from the Perak MB vs. MB Verdict yesterday and based on what I know about Najib thus far ... Logically speaking,

YES, Anwar Ibrahim will be incarcerated.


There are many reasons why Anwar will be incarcerated. Chief among them is zodiacally, both Anwar and Najib, The Glamorous Hog vs. The Venomous Viper, are born nemesis!

They just can't stand each other. Period.

What, when, where, why, who, how? I shall reveal all that in a series of analysis codenamed "Divinely Speaking".

According to legend and in order to have peace, intervention from the Holy Reptile -- The Dragon, is one of the prerequisites. Stay tuned for more ... Meanwhile however, there is a chance, there is a rather slim that Anwar will be spared from the cage ...

Why or under what circumstances will Najib spare Anwar the freedom? The answer to that will be revealed when "Divinely Speaking' wraps up later


Rakyat, get ready to be slaugthered ...

Posted: 09 Feb 2010 06:35 AM PST

They say if Allah never execute Plan C, this is what will happen to all of the poor Rakyat ...

Now, what is Plan C, dismissing UMNO, you think? I am not telling you for now ...


Courtesy of Malaysian Scandal


SOUTH AFRICAN RANGER

Posted: 09 Feb 2010 06:26 AM PST

 

Unbelievable!!!  The ranger must first be brave enough to even dream of trying it, especially with Hyenas!!!

 

This is pretty amazing.   

 

 This Ranger is assigned to prevent poaching around the wildlife refuge area of Lanseria , South Africa . The way these animals interact with him is absolutely stunning! The lions seem to know he's there to protect them. His charm works with hyenas and lions too. Hyenas are usually vicious. Check out the pics taken in the river – amazing because lions hate water. 

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  


 


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Malaysia is going toward Monarchy With Absolute Power Says Zaid

Posted: 09 Feb 2010 06:02 AM PST


Zambry is the lawful MB, Federal Court agrees

Posted: 09 Feb 2010 05:34 AM PST


No, not again ...

Posted: 09 Feb 2010 04:40 AM PST


Oh, no ... With this asshole on the bench, I am fcuked.

perhaps I should do another 'self-inflicted' Black Eyed Pea after all?

Stay tuned for what Mirror on the Wall gotta say ...




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Mahfuz: Tidak mengejutkan

Posted: 09 Feb 2010 03:46 AM PST

Keputusan ini tidak memeranjatkan saya kerana saya telah menjangkakannya. Tetapi saya berada disini untuk memberi sokongan kepada penyokong yang membawa harapan bersama mereka bahawa kemelut di Perak akan dibawa ke mahkamah bagi pembubaran dewan negeri. Tetapi keputusan oleh mahkamah hari ini telah memberi persepsi bahawa ia tidak mampu menegakkan keinginan rakyat. Ia juga dilihat seolah-olah mahkamah telah merampas hak rakyat untuk menentukan siapa yang layak menjadi kerajaan negeri
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Umno youth Perak jubilant at the win of their 'man'

Posted: 09 Feb 2010 03:24 AM PST

Umno Youth members from Perak were jubilant when learning that the Federal Court has decided that their 'man' Zambry Abd Kadir is the rightful menteri besar of Perak.
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Hindraf: Please return money

Posted: 09 Feb 2010 02:12 AM PST

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Nizar: Saddest moment in the history of Malaysia

Posted: 09 Feb 2010 01:58 AM PST

The Federal Court, the highest in the country, has delivered a unanimous decision in declaring that Zambry Abd Kadir of BN is the rightful Perak menteri besar (MB). In doing so just after 11am, it dismissed the appeal by Pakatan Rakyat's Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin and delivered perhaps the final blow to his quest to be declared the MB. He can still apply to the court to review its own decision, if he chooses to.
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Syed Husin: It was expected

Posted: 09 Feb 2010 01:50 AM PST

PKR deputy president, Syed Husin Ali said that the decision of the Federal Court in the MB vs MB case was expected....
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Saiful lodge report over Anwar Facebook page

Posted: 09 Feb 2010 01:45 AM PST

The complainant in the Anwar Ibrahim sodomy trial, Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan, today lodged a police report over an alleged death threat on the former's Facebook fanpage. The alleged death threat was posted by one 'Anaz Zahari', who urged the public to murder Saiful "in whatever way possible for the sake of mankind". An image of the alleged death threat was appended to his police report, lodged at the Sentul district police headquarters this afternoon after the sodomy trial was adjourned. "This is a death threat against me. It is serious. I worry for my safety and that of my family," Saiful told reporters after lodging the report.
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Near pandemonium at the 'Palace'

Posted: 09 Feb 2010 01:37 AM PST

There was near pandemomium at the Palace of Justice as Perak state representatives tried to get into the court to hear the verdict on who rules Perak as menteri besar ...
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When a Malaysian is not a Malaysian

Posted: 09 Feb 2010 01:23 AM PST

Story to follow
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'Let's work together' call goes out to Pakatan (Malaysiakini)

Posted: 09 Feb 2010 04:05 AM PST

Malaysiakini reported that all the action was in Putrajaya this morning, as the Federal Court delivered its much-awaited decision in the MB vs MB saga.

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Barisan Nasional (BN) scored a 5-0 victory over Pakatan Rakyat, as the five-member bench unanimously held that Zambry Abd Kadir is the lawful menteri besar of Perak.

Politicians have their say on the decision. While those in Perak BN appear conciliatory, their downcast Pakatan counterparts ponder the implications of the ruling.

Chang Ko Youn, Perak Gerakan chief and Special Adviser for Chinese Affairs

chang ko younWe were very confident from the very start that Zambry (Abd Kadir) will win the court case, as both BN and Tuanku (the Perak sultan) had followed procedures (and complied with) the federal and state constitutions and Commonwealth practice.

Now that the dust has settled, I urge Pakatan leaders to respect the verdict of the Federal Court and start to work closely with BN to improve the economy of the state and welfare of all Perakians.
Politicians can come and go.

What is important is the welfare of the people, which is paramount.

Dr Mah Hang Soon, MCA leader and Perak executive councillor

mah hang soonThe truth will always prevail and justice has been done.

We should not waste time politicising the Federal Court decision but work together for the economic improvement of the state to benefit all Perakians.

V Sivakumar, DAP state assemblyperson for Tronoh

The decision has set a precedent. Instead of going through a sitting in the House, the majority decision of the state assembly can be passed in the palace without the presence of a third party.

V SivakumarSo, what's the point of having a House?

Without an open vote at a state assembly sitting, the speaker and people will not know which side is controlling the House.

As a speaker, I did not see the majority. I had to ask the state assemblypersons to put up their hands and do a count. That's the only way the people would know what has happened.

Nga Kor Ming, Perak DAP secretary and Taiping MP

I congratulate Zambry as he is now the MB Mahkamah (court-appointed menteri besar) and his aspiration to grab power has been fully satisfied.

nga kor mingThe decision is a sad and bitter one for the people of Perak because their rights have been violated once again.

I hope the people will rise for justice. The MB must be chosen by the people, not by salaried judges.

Today's decision will further erode the integrity and image of the judiciary, especially in the international arena.

I call on BN-Umno to reflect on this and question their conscience, and to repent before it is too late.

Salahuddin Ayub, PAS vice-president

salahuddin ayub 01This is a dark day for the future of democracy in Malaysia. The people are disappointed with the decision. But we (Pakatan) will not lose hope. The people are more aware of what is going on.

We had expected this decision, based on what has happened to date. The chaos in Perak will not be eased (even after the ruling).

But this will fuel a fresh spirit among the people. They will reject BN.

Mahfuz Omar, PAS vice-president

We do not question the ruling, as we had expected this. But the people will perceive this whole episode as a conspiracy (against Pakatan).

mahfuz omar 01Firstly, the people and international community have not heard the submissions in court, but will see the decision as acceding to the conspiracy.

Secondly, the decision shows that the court wants to put the supremacy of the ruler before the interests of the public.

Had the court chosen Nizar as MB, then would it mean that sultan's endorsement of Zambry be seen as not rational?

They will also view this as a seizure of their power by the court of law. To function, any government must get its powers in the court of the people.

Ahmad Awang, fomer Perak PAS Commissioner and PAS Syura Council

The court had withheld its decision for more than two months to calm the situation in Perak. But it has eventually sided with BN in delivering the ruling.

ahmad awangWe have seen this tendency from the start. Why were there only five judges on the bench, and not seven?

The decision was expected, but not to the extent of being 5-0. We had expected it to be at least 4-1.

When this is unanimous, it appears as if the judges were in collusion. The majority of the people will not accept the decision.

Hamidah Osman, Perak BN senior exco

I am grateful for the decision and hope everyone will accept it. This is a victory for the people of Perak.

Lim Kit Siang, DAP leader

The 5-0 decision is a shameful moment for the judiciary.

(On his Twitter page, he described this as a "black day for justice".)


Dr Lee Boon Chye, PKR Gopeng MP

Although we lost 1Perak, we might win 1Malaysia in the next general election.



Ngeh Koo Ham, Perak DAP head and Sitiawan assemblyperson

The current Perak government is not the people's government as 54 percent of the voters had chosen Pakatan in the 2008 general election.

ngeh koo hamIn the series of cases in Perak, all the legal precedents have been broken.

This is undermining the entire foundation of the rule of law. We must have certainty of the law. If there is any change to the law it is the duty of Parliament and the state assembly to do it.

This was not envisaged by Abraham Lincoln who talked about a government of the people, by the people for the people. There are other ways to take power in Malaysia now.

Lim Guan Eng, Penang chief minister DAP secretary-general


DAP expresses deep disappointment at the Federal Court's decision. It is contrary to the basic democratic principle that a government must be elected by the people.

lim guan engAny government that does not derive any directly elected mandate, not only violates the democratic principle of people's power but also questions the legitimacy of a people-centric government of the people, by the people and for the people.

There is no denying the fact that both (Zambry and BN) were not democratically elected by the people of Perak in the 2008 general election.

To restore democracy and the constitutional right of the people to determine their government, DAP reiterates our call to BN to dissolve the Perak state assembly and return power to the people by holding fresh elections.

Karpal Singh, DAP national chairperson

I think this is the decision which can still be taken up for review. This is not the end of it.

karpal singhBut I do not think that the government (BN) should go by this decision as it is a judicial pronouncement. We should go by the people; the people should give their decision, not the court of law. Let the people decide.

Of course you would expect them to give a decision which is in accordance with the law but now I don't think that this is the case.

Anwar Ibrahim, de facto PKR leader

I am not surprised with the decision but I think it shows that Umno does not have the courage to face the people.

We have persistently demanded free and fair elections and that any decision about who (forms) the legitimate government must be decided by the people.

anwar ibrahim 290408So it should be back to the people's court. For now, we are appealing to the people of Perak to observe the rules, to disseminate information, and to ensure that they understand the issues at hand.

This is an issue of democracy (and an issue of) who gets the support of the people. We cannot hide behind any institution or system.

I urge our friends in Perak to be patient and work on strengthening the party because the Umno-controlled media is attacking us violently.

For now, we need to consolidate our force, strengthen our resolve, and continue to make sure that we regain the trust of the people in light of the hostile environment.

But I believe that the rakyat will make the right decision and give support to Pakatan.

news courtesy of Malaysiakini


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