You can't sack or force an elected member to resign.Only the people can remove him in an elections or by his act of criminality or if he is of unsound mind.No one, including the Sultan, can force an assemblyman or member of parliament to resign. He can resign only on his own accord.
If it so happened he is not doing his job, it's just too bad, only the people, not Anwar Ibrahim nor Khalid Ibrahim can remove him. That's democracy.
What Anwar and Khalid are doing is autocracy, a promise they made to Malaysians that this nation would be rid of when they take over the federal government.Many Malaysians believe these two bullshit artists. Melayu kata "Cakap tak serupa bikin" atau Orang Puteh kata "Do what I say, not as what I do"
Why are there so many bad and lazy elected representatives in PKR? They say they are getting rid of the dirt in the party.If that was the case than Anwar should be the first one that they should get rid of.He came from the same dirty filthy UMNO that have ruled this nation for over half a century.
It shows the PKR's leadership has not been discerning in their selection of candidates, any riffraff would do as long as they win an election.Even a dishonest boy who illegally recorded his father's lawyer's conversation and made public by Anwar Ibrahim which created a political storm that eventually constituted a Royal Commission was chosen as a candidate.
Wondering, how this wonder boy is performing in Parliament, whether he is as good as his sleuthing ways? Silence is golden.Unless, I have missed something, haven't heard him saying anything, not even a wee word, in Parliament.
In many advanced countries it is illegal to tape a conversation for criminal or tortious purposes if it was obtained without the person's consent.I am not sure what the law is like in Malaysia concerning this subject.However, a while ago I remember reading in the news of a man being charged and dragged to court for illegal video taping of an actress with a hidden camera.I believe it constitutes the same criminal act, unlawful taping, and in this case a kind of entrapment.
Pakatan's people talked about honesty and a corruption free nation when they can't tell between an ass and a hole in the ground and their own dishonest intents.
What does Khalid Ibrahim expects Badrul Hisham to do when he openly challenged him to resign his elected post accusing him of non-performance? Did he honestly believe that Badrul would resign after being slighted by him? If Khalid thinks he is the boss and he can sack him than he is mighty wrong.The Constitution is the boss.
Badrul's departure may not put a dent in Pakatan's Selangor government but it certainly shows the gross inexperience, ignorance and incompetence of Khalid Ibrahim in running a state government.....and to understand the parliamentary system practised in this country. In all honesty it is just one big bullshit to keep Pakatan always in the limelight.Winning by-elections is one of the ploys to hoodwink the people that they are getting stronger and stronger each day.Malaysians are bought.
You are not running a corporation where you can hire and fire people at will.Running a government is a bit more complicated than that.The 'Constitution' is the boss.
What is a democracy? 'Democracy is a system of government by the whole people or all the eligible members of the state, typically through elected representatives'.
I rest my case.
Posted in Phnom Penh.The Water Festival starts tomorrow and for the next 4 days it will be public holidays here.