If you missed the tabling of the Judicial Appointment Commission Bill in Parliament this morning, click here.
And if you're not asking the same question A Voice is asking, i.e. What's the hurry, Abdullah Badawi? then consider the (hitherto unreported) fact that the 4th Floor is forcing this Bill through despite gaping holes pointed out by those involved in the discussions.
I heard the Chief Justice and the Attoney-General had reservations, too. Everyone else except the 4th Floor had reservations. But someone's got to have some legacy, so let someone else (Najib?) deal with the consequences of having a Act done in haste, man.
I think the JAC is a good thing. But you rush something as important as this, you can't help but wonder.
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
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