CALLING FOR SUPPORT: The People’s Parliament is preparing a petition to the Agong calling for a Royal Commission of Inquiry to properly investigate the judicial corruption scandal exposed by the ‘Lingam tape’.
Please help to publicise and support this petition.
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We need to demonstrate that we the rakyat are dead serious in demanding accountability for the judicial scandal (and all other scandals) perpetrated by the government.
Please go to The People’s Parliament for details and support the PETITION by signing it.
The English text of the petition is reproduced below; you can also sign the petition by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org ; the signatures will be collated and appended to the petition. Unlike the Election Commission, we don’t have ‘phantom voters’, so please submit your real name and IC no when signing the petition. Your details will be handled with the utmost care and responsibility.
[ ORIGINAL POST ]
Haris Ibrahim of The People’s Parliament — a prominent lawyer and one of the leading lights of the civil society and human rights movement in Malaysia — has drafted a petition to the Agong to call for a Royal Commission of Inquiry into the judicial corruption that has been rudely brought to light by the ‘Lingam tape’.
If, like me, you think that the government’s half-cooked and hamstrung ‘independent’ inquiry panel is just another whitewash rubberstamp panel and have absolutely no confidence that the Badawi administration intends to take any meaningful action to properly investigate and prosecute the wrongdoers behind the ‘Lingamgate’ judicial scandal and the unbroken string of scandals before this, then:
Please go to The People’s Parliament for details and support the PETITION by signing it. Haris will be submitting the royal petition, but we must demonstrate meaningful support for that to happen.
Do we want change for the better? Then let’s keep the pressure on, people.
The English text of the petition is below; the actual petition will be submitted in Bahasa Malaysia and can be viewed at The People’s Parliament HERE.