Monday, September 24, 2007

Lulu THinks Something Is Grossly Wrong With The Laws of This Country

When Section 33 of the Child Act 2001, which states that
parents or guardians found guilty of leaving their child, can be fined a maximum of RM5,000 or jailed no more than two years or both
can be used to charge the grieving parents of Nurin,

why where there no laws to charge
Senator Datuk Muhammad Abdul Ghani when it was discovered that cloned APs came from the senator's company.
One-eyed Jasin who wanted customs officials to "close one eye" in regards to his timber import shenanigans
State Assemblyman Zakaria Md Deros who built a palace without a building plan on land which he bought at his "privileged" price.

Is there something grossly lacking with the laws of the country?
or
Is there something grossly wrong with the implimentation and execution of our laws?

Lulu doesnt know which it is. Maybe one or the other, or worse still, both.
Whichever it is, there is something grossly wrong with this country.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Bolehland is basically dishonorable because it subscribe not to any real egalitarian principles. Therefore, no matter how many patches are made wrt the law(mainly to conveniently plug holes), nothing much is attained from such fixes.

Bolehland understands not fairness(it just asserts that hollow claim to be fair) ; its official psyche is fundamentally flawed and the malady must continuously persist and be demonstrated ever more audaciously and with greater frequency. Selectiveness has its own "rewards".

What else to expect?

~wits0~

Anonymous said...

Making laws for the wrong reasons by the top with the wrong mindset and attitude - both impure - and having the lower enforcers of the same mentality result in the general public's cynicism which is well deserved. A chicken does not come from a duck's egg.

~wits0~

denzook said...

perhaps to the honorable lawmakers that neglecting child is much bigger issue than corruption because corruption does not cause loss of lives. the former does, hence the lawmakers are so correct, those parent neglects child should punish heavily, just my piece of opinion. stupid as stupid does.

Pearls said...

Yups..Ms Lulu.. It is both. There is something grossly lacking with the laws of this country and something grossly wrong with the implimentation and execution of our laws.

Actually, come to think of it, there 3... the last one is that the implementors are going blinking bonkers!

Anonymous said...

Has there been laws made lately that seems to be purely altruistic for all and not suspiciously and expediently favoring the establishment more?

We see only "smart deals" that always have the hidden interests of some strata of influence. "Smart deals", in thebest tradition of Bolehland, both commercial and governmental, that even make common people dumb and passing the buck of "responsibility" to 'em at most given opportunities.

Knowing that implementation has its difficulties, per se, there is still no evidence to correct the spirit of laws which are being made at their source. Instead, there seems to be that persistent element of laziness for which the bureaucracy furthers.

~wits0~

Anonymous said...

No Local Elections and denying the ppl's say and potential removal of little Napoleons and corrupt uncaring councillors demonstrates the cavalier attitude of law makers.

~wits0~

Anonymous said...

Lulu asks : "Is there something grossly wrong with the implimentation and execution of our laws?"

Hmmm..you left out 'formulation'. Things starts with the seed, because a bad seed won't sprout well. Even a good seed(good intention present)will not grow well on unsuitable ground. The ground is laced with self-servingness, short sightedness and racism factored in. The judiciary has served the interests of the executive at the expense of the people. The tentacles of elitism is everywhere to strangle justice.

Laws have been formulated to with the wrong attitude incorporated and sustained by an ideology of the same sort.

If Lulu takes a jog alone in a park tomorrow morning, should she report a sighting of a pistol under a flower bush, for example? The pros and the cons exist with the cons surely predominating.

~wits0~