Please be a part of the people who are petitioning the Agong to review the judiciary system in Malaysia.
You know how you and your friends sit together at the coffee shop/mamak/Zipangu and start lamenting about the judges/courts/judiciary system in the country?
have you ever complained about the judiciary system in Malaysia?
did you talk about how some very senior judges have been constantly overlooked in the numerous promotion exercises that have proceeded during the tenure of Tun Ahmad Fairuz, with junior judges being preferred?
did you banter how at least one judge promoted to the Federal Court is reported to have failed to deliver written judgments in up to as many as 35 cases, resulting in many inprisoned still waiting for that to be completed before taking the next step of appealing the sentence?
were you aghast about the sudden change of the trial judge in an ongoing murder trial in Shah Alam?
You wanna know how nasty the courts can get? Go read this
and even as Lulu blogs now, we are watching the public prosecutor and the judge act in the most bumbling bee proffesionalism in Shah Alam. No wonder why the Tiger of Jelutong applied to be allowed to participate actively in the trial. At the rate the thrial is going, the verdict will also be a "no wonder".
How can we expect fair trial if ever anything happens to us?
If you were sued by some ahem-linked company, do you have confidence you'd get a fair trial?
Think about it.
If at the end of this think-think, you have confidence in the judiciary system, then continue doing what you were planning to do after this.
If not, go to Haris' blog and read the petition that he has drawn out. Then send a mail to email@example.com with your full name and IC number.
Please do not be afraid of persecution. Like the "Do you want May 13 to happen again?", this is just the bogeyman that the bullies like to wave at us.
Thanks and have a good day