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rimbabara
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posticon Posting pada: 23-08-06 13:48


KUALA LUMPUR 22 Ogos – Bekas Ketua Hakim Negara, Tun Mohd. Salleh Abas menyokong cadangan Presiden Majlis Peguam, Yeo Yang Poh untuk membuka semula siasatan krisis kehakiman pada 1988 yang menyaksikan pemecatan beliau dan penggantungan lima hakim.

‘‘Krisis Kehakiman pada 1988 tidak pernah diselesaikan dan akan terus samar jika cadangan Majlis Peguam tersebut tidak diterima dan dilaksanakan.

‘‘Cadangan tersebut tidak patut ditolak dengan mudah kerana ia melibatkan usaha bersungguh-sungguh untuk menyedarkan semula dan mengembalikan kegemilangan silam badan kehakiman kita,” katanya dalam sidang media di Institut Jantung Negara (IJN) di sini hari ini.

Beliau yang akan berusia 77 tahun Jumaat ini dimasukkan ke IJN minggu lalu kerana mempunyai masalah arteri tersumbat untuk rawatan angioplasti dan angiogram.

Dalam pada itu, beliau berpendapat kenyataan Menteri di Jabatan Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz di dalam akhbar the New Strait Times pada 17 Ogos lalu dibuat secara terburu-buru tanpa berfikir panjang atau kajian terperinci.

Beliau mempersoalkan bilakah siasatan terhadap krisis tersebut dijalankan dan aspek yang manakah yang dikatakan tiada percanggahan.

Katanya lagi, beliau hanya berasa kecewa selama beberapa bulan selepas pemecatannya tetapi tidak mempunyai perasaan marah terhadap sesiapa.

Mohd. Salleh turut memuji kepimpinan kerajaan kini yang lebih terbuka, tapi menekankan kenaikan pangkat dan pelantikan hakim perlu telus untuk mengelakkan kekecewaan dalam badan kehakiman.

Sementara itu, dalam satu perkembangan lain, Menteri di Jabatan Perdana Menteri, Datuk Nazri Aziz berkata, kes pemecatan bekas Ketua Hakim Negara, Tun Salleh Abbas dan dua hakim Mahkamah Agung pada 1988 tidak akan dibuka semula kerana tidak mempunyai alasan yang kukuh untuk berbuat demikian.

Katanya, kesemua ruang untuk merujuk semula kes ini sudah ditutup dan perkara tersebut (pemecatan) bukan lagi merupakan satu isu di negara ini.

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MohdHanafi
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posticon Posting pada: 23-08-06 14:25


baguslah.....

bila lagi nak dibuat, sementara mantan PM ada ni lah, perkara ni perlu dibuat.

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posticon Posting pada: 23-08-06 19:07


baguslah kalau nak didedahkan....kita tengok....sapa yang salah guna kuasa tahun 1988??

p/s: of course lah PM waktu tu....siapa entah...rasanya sekarang ini dia tengok kalut nak jatuhkan paklah...supaya dapat digantikan dengan pengganti yang boleh tutup kes saman anwar kepada bekas PM tersebut

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posticon Posting pada: 23-08-06 21:16


nst
23 Aug 2006
Santha Oorjitham
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EIGHTEEN years after former Lord President Tun Mohd Salleh Abas and two Supreme Court judges were sacked, many members of the legal community feel the judiciary has yet to recover fully.

Chief Justice Tun Ahmad Fairuz Sheikh Abdul Halim has received poison-pen letters alleging corruption in the judiciary.

Former Court of Appeal judge Datuk Shaikh Daud Md Ismail has said that whether corruption started before or after 1988, it "seemed to surface" after the removal of Salleh.

Relations between the Bench and the Bar, which were frozen after the judicial crisis, have not completely thawed.

Malaysian Bar president Yeo Yang Poh’s call last week for "a thorough re-examination of the events of 1988" could be a step towards truth and reconciliation. And in supporting the Bar’s proposal at a press conference today, Salleh has laid out some of the thorny questions that should be tackled.

His first question was about the judicial authority of the courts: "Where is the power?" he asked, claiming that since the 1988 judicial crisis, "the Government has tried to clip the power of the judiciary."

In 1988, Article 121 of the Federal Constitution was amended so that judicial power which was originally vested in the High Courts was restricted to "such jurisdiction and powers as may be conferred by or under federal law". This, Salleh said, removed judicial authority.

Next, he turned to the power of judicial review, to deal with "complaints by the rakyat" against "wrongdoing and abuses of power".

Ouster clauses in various Acts in Malaysia — such as the Printing Presses & Publications Act and the Police Act — make the decisions of ministers final so that they cannot be questioned in court. "Where can you go?" asked Salleh. Some lawyers point out that there is still scope for judicial review although it is now more limited.

He supported Yeo’s call but stressed that making amends to him and his fellow judges was not as important as restoring the judiciary and rule of law. Malaysia claims to have rule of law, he noted: "What kind of law?"

If the country really wants to be governed democratically and in accordance with law, he said, provisions of the Constitution relating to the judiciary which had been amended should be "looked into and amended so that we would be in line with all other democratic countries".

The statute of limitation period is over. Salleh is not suggesting legal action: "It is too big for the courts to decide," he said.

But the legal questions asked by the former Lord President are worth serious consideration as part of ongoing efforts to clearly mark the separation of powers between the executive, judicial and legislative branches of Government.

Revisiting the issues raised by Salleh, including the subject of judicial authority and judicial review, could help the process of strengthening the judiciary.

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posticon Posting pada: 23-08-06 21:19


nst
No interference:
Civil Courts will not usurp Syariah Court functions
23 Aug 2006
V. Anbalagan -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
PUTRAJAYA: The civil courts have not and will not usurp the functions of the Syariah courts, Chief Justice Tun Ahmad Fairuz Sheikh Abdul Halim said yesterday.

He said judges only interpreted the provisions in the Federal Constitution based on the arguments put forward in accordance with facts and evidence.

"I do not see the justification for the public to fear that the civil courts have usurped the functions of the Syariah courts," he told reporters at the end of the second day of the judges’ annual conference at a hotel here.

Ahmad Fairuz was responding to questions on the Muslim community’s perception that when civil court judges hear matters involving Islam, they were interfering in Islamic matters.

Some of the cases that have been heard or decided by the Federal Court included that involving three pupils — Meor Atiqulrahman Ishak and brothers Syed Abdullah Khaliq Aslamy Syed Ahmad Johari and Syed Ahmad Syakur — who were expelled from a school for refusing to take off their "serban", and the appeal by Lina Joy, whose birth name is Azlina Jailani, against the Court of Appeal’s dismissal of her application to delete the word "Islam" from her identity card.

The High Court in Seremban, which heard the case brought by the students first, ruled that it was the constitutional right of the students to wear the Muslim head gear.

Upon appeal, however, the Court of Appeal reversed the High Court decision. The Federal Court upheld the decision of the Court of Appeal.

A decision on Lina Joy’s case is expected soon.

Ahmad Fairuz said the Constitution had made provisions for civil and Syariah laws, but the civil courts never interfered or gave interpretations following amendments to the country’s supreme law in 1988.

"In the past, maybe, yes. But following the amendment to the Constitution, we do not give interpretations on the Syariah law apa se. Our interpretation is on the Constitution," he said.

The Chief Justice said he did not understand why the public was confused.

He said judges made decisions in accordance with the law, supported by evidence.

"We are not trained to play for publicity. We do not decide according to what the public want. We decide according to what the law wants and what the evidence reveals," he said.

"Members of the public should not fear that we will usurp the functions of the Syariah court.

"If the Constitution says it should be within the civil court’s jurisdiction, we will be willing (to deal with it) but if it is something in the Syariah Court, we won’t deal with it but will just say that it is within the jurisdiction of the Syariah court."
p/s:minta maaf dalam bahasa inggeris dan ambil banyak ruang, tapi ada kaitan dan ada mesej..

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