FREE & FAIR JUDICIARY MUST BE DEFENDED: Perak Sultan
I read it from the Malaysian Bar website. i am prone to open my sepet eyes widely when it comes to these lines.. hahaha
“I always refer to the words of Lord Atkinson that ‘public trials are the best way to ensure that justice is served in a noble, efficient and unbiased way.’ It is also the best way to obtain the confidence and respect of the people,” he said. -the question is, whether public trials held are free from any control and direction of the executives in power and the ruling party?
The Sultan said however that as long as a government or authority administered its duty in accordance with the law, no court could find fault with that government. - whether the court really appreciate the law? ermm well in some cases YES.. in some other cases, 'they' prefer to create their own laws..ingat lagi when 5 judges in federal court made an absurd decision regarding to sivakumar's case by ignoring Article 72 of federal constitution?
“This is unless there are those in the judiciary who have lost their integrity or have chosen to play politics or sympathise with certain groups or political ideologies." - whether we should keep those people in our judiciary and allow them to make a new ruling, indirectly binds their subordinates?