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18 July 2011

Correct, correct, correct...joke of the year...Malaysia committed to judges’ independence says UMNOPORNO flatterers dogs


Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak pledged today to uphold judiciary independence in the country and emphasised its importance to a democratic nation.

“Safeguarding and ensuring the continued independence of the judiciary is an ideal that Malaysia is wholly committed to.

“It must be said that the Malaysian judiciary has experienced a fair measure of both accolades and controversy since independence,” he said.

The prime minister’s keynote address at the launch of the Commonwealth Magistrates’ and Judges’ Conference 2011 here at the Royale Chulan Hotel was read out by the Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Aziz.

“An independent judiciary is one of the most important reasons for our national achievement.

“It is a central component of our democracy, as is the case in each of the countries represented here today,” he said.

Najib admitted that the country saw “turbulent changes and controversy, which attracted considerable public criticism and speculation” in the late 1980s.

“The erosion of public confidence in the judiciary was recognised and measures expressly taken to fortify the safeguards of judicial independence,” he said, without elaborating further.

The prime minister also stressed that strengthening the judiciary as an institution is a “continuously evolving process”.

“The future of judicial reform is important to ensure the country’s continued economic growth, and to protect the civil liberties and freedom of its diverse, multi-ethnic and multi-religious population,” he said.

He said the challenge is to craft a “vision” in which people can live together harmoniously in a society while at the same time being able to “maintain, rather than dilute or lose a strong sense of belonging” to their particular community.

“This is how we approach our advocacy of the 1 Malaysia national guiding philosophy concept that has been actively propagated throughout the country at all levels in the last few years with considerable success,” he said.

The conference aims to promote better understanding among judicial officers of all ranks and from all parts of the Commonwealth on various diverse issues, to explore various approaches to those issues in different parts of the Commonwealth, to maintain the rule of law throughout the Commonwealth and to serve the people of the Commonwealth.

A total of 320 participants from 32 countries are taking part in the four-day conference.


How to believe you when you parachute an UMNO man straight to Federal Court and then made him the Chief Judge by passing many senior judges? And how to believe you when the Karpal is telling again and again that the man bribed court official as per his admission?

Broken promises and broken words . . . . New slogan for our brilliant PM!

VK Lingam says otherwise. Correct, correct, correct?

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