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Tuesday, 26 May 2015

Flyer1668 comment on Arul Kanda giving the finger to PAC

steadyaky47 comment: Just when we thought that this Najib feller cannot do anything more stupid than what he has done so far ...he comes up with more!

Does anyone in Bolehland think that Arul Kanda would dare to give the finger to PAC if Najib had not given his nod to Kanda to do so?

Najib o Najib....aku panggil engkau bodoh engkau marah pulak!

Najib is on a one way trip, no stopping at go to collect $200, no about turn, no u turn, no diversion....not left or right turn....he is on a one way trip to Hell and there is no turning back. Read what flyer1668 has to say about it all. I agree!  

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"Arul Kanda giving the finger to PAC"

Pak Hussein,

Just to share this...

"He also stressed that when concerns began to be raised pertaining to 1MDB, he has ordered the A-G and the PAC for a detailed explanation."

“I have ordered the A-G and PAC to investigate 1MDB’s books.

Anyone found guilty of embezzlement or misappropriation will be brought to justice..."

May 17, 2015 - 1MDB: Najib Promises To Bring Those Guilty In Embezzling To Justice - http://www.malaysiandigest.com/frontpage/29-4-tile/553999-1mdb-najib-promises-to-bring-those-guilty-in-embezzling-to-justice.html

Well, Arul Kanda has been well advised & groomed by his "Masters" & so the same finger also applies to PAC's from his Master...!

"...There is something about a court of law that scares Prime Minister Najib Razak and wife Rosmah Mansor. Why?

Because in a court of law, anything you say will be recorded for public record and you would not dare, unless intentionally, lie in an open court.
So when the issue of calling the first couple to take the witness stand in the sodomy trial against Anwar Ibrahim came around, both Najib amd Rosmah took the easy way out - show us the subpoena!

The KL High Court was told they had refused to co-operate. Interviews are usually conducted to determine whether a witness will be called to testify in a trial. “They have refused to come to court, to be interviewed by the defence unless they were served with a subpoena,” Solicitor-General II Mohd Yusof Zainal Abiden told the court.

More than likely, Najib and Rosmah may have been briefed by the Attorney General, who must have assured the first couple it was fine to hide behind technicality. Both husband and wife have been accused of hatching the sodomy charges iagainst Anwar in a bid to tarnish and derail his political career.

A subpoena or summons is issued by a court of law to compel a person to be a witness in a court of law. It is provided for under Section 34(1) of Act 593 - Criminal Procedure Code. And this is the technicality that Najib and Rosmah are hiding behind. Until and when a judge signs a summons order, the two are not obliged to appear in court.

Judiciary muzzled since the 80s

This bit of technicality enforces the fact that the Judiciary in Malaysia is in such a broken state that law and order is dictated by an elite few who hold high office in Malaysia.

The 1988 Malaysian constitutional crisis (also known as the 1988 judicial crisis) was a series of events that began with United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) party election in 1987 and ended up with the suspension and the eventual removal of the Lord President of the Supreme Court, Tun Salleh Abas, from his seat.

The Supreme Court in the years leading up to 1988 had been increasingly independent of the other branches of the government.

Matters then came to a head when Mahathir Mohamad, who believed in the supremacy of the executive and legislative branches, became Prime Minister.

Many saw his eventual sacking of Salleh Abas and two other Supreme Court judges as the end of judicial independence in Malaysia, and Mahathir's actions were condemned internationally.

Since 1988, there have been regular calls for an official review of the government's actions throughout the crisis.

In 2008, newly appointed de-facto Law Minister Zaid Ibrahim said the government had to make an open apology to the sacked judges, calling the government's actions during the crisis "inappropriate". Not long after, Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi called the crisis one which the nation had never recovered from, and announced ex gratia compensation for the sacked and suspended judges.

And though all the above was done by Najib’s predecessor, it had not return the judiciary to its former state. Instead, Najib himself has successfully manipulated the courts so as not be called as witness even-though his involvement in both the Scorpenes and Sodomy II cases are glaring..."

http://wargamarhaen.blogspot.com/2011/08/catch-us-if-you-can-najib-and-rosmah.html?m=1

You be the judge.

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