Friday, May 16, 2008

Justice at home

It started with a video that proved that there was something rotten in the state of Denmark, to paraphrase Justice NH Chan's words about the courts in the then Wisma Denmark in Kuala Lumpur

Today, de facto law minister Zaid Ibrahim has directed the Attorney-General to investigate the allegations against certain individuals contained in the Lingam Tape Royal Commission of Inquiry.

Apparently the commission's report will be made public too. Of course at a princely cost of RM545.

But we wonder who those individuals are. Time will tell, if not the government first.

The Siber Party of Malaysia (M) believes that justice not only has to be done but has to be seen to be done. No matter how high or low that person's standing is in society. We all make up Malaysia and any dirty deeds soil all of us.

So time to clean the Stygian stables and remove the dirt under the carpet that is now tripping us.

Time to come clean. Here in my home, which is incidentally a "We-Are-The-World"-type effort by a group calling themselves Malaysian Artistes for Unity.

We support-lah.

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