I met some gullible politicians (who haven't visited my blog) who accused of 'scolding' people in my blog. I will not apologize for really doing it this time.
I would like to urge another gullible minister and politician to stick to his original portfolio as the minister in charge of parliamentary affairs instead of pretending to be one who is taking charge of legal affairs.
For goodness sake, he is not fit to become a minister in charge of legal affairs if he does not even know the laws.
PKR president Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail said there is no evidence of such a crucial bill being tabled in Parliament in the last sitting.
Opposition Leader Lim Kit Siang was also similarly baffled by Nazri’s reference to the Witness Protection Act, stating that no such bill had been tabled in Parliament.
Former United Nations special rapporteur on the independence of judges and lawyer Param Cumaraswamy asked “What Witness Protection Bill or Act is Nazri referring to?
From searches made there is no such legislation either passed by Parliament or even in a bill form before Parliament,” he said in a statement today. He also advised Nazri as the minister in charge of legal affairs to exercise caution and check his facts before making public statements. “Incorrect statements such as these could embarrass the government,” the former Malaysian Bar president added.
For more of the story, read here. It is without a doubt that a royal commission must be formed to limit the damage of credibility of both the judiciary and the government.