Another judicial officer has resigned since voicing out his concerns on the interference of the Executives in their decision-making, but yet no official parliamentary probe has been undertaken by the 'uncaring, ineffective, inefficient and corrupted' Barisan Nasional government to look into these 'legitimate' claims.
Its been reported that Justice Ian Chin has tendered his resignation to the Yang DiPertuan Agong effective 16 July 2008 over his controversial remark that former premier Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad had threatened and intimidated judges while during his tenure as Prime Minister. It was further reported that he has been on leave since submitting the letter but the rakyat, as Stakeholders were not kept informed on this serious matter.
Since there have been numerous allegation of abuse and since this threaten the justice seeked by the rakyat, the time has come for the government to establish a ROYAL COMMISSION OF INQUIRY to look into these allegations and make reforms to ensure justice is well served fairly and equally.
Just keeping Members of Parliament informed would not be sufficient since the rakyat seek justice everday for various matters, some even affecting the ruling BN government decisions.
Will the government establish the Royal Commission of Inquiry?
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