Friday, June 19, 2009

Written Judgment missing

The Appeal Court had on 22 May gave a verbal judgment confirming that Perak rebel leader Dr Zambry Abd Kadir was the rightful menteri besar of Perak thus, overruled an earlier decision made by the High Court declaring that Datuk Seri Mohd Nizar Jamaluddin was the lawful menteri besar of the Perak.

Well, the situation now is getting tense, Datuk Nizar wanted to file an appeal against the Appeal Court's decision but the Appeal Court judges had yet to finalise their written judgment which they made on 22 May verbally. Why are these judges delaying their judgments in writting? Did they really know how to write their judgment?

Or is this a sabotage effort from someone at the top instructing those judges to delay the written judgment so Datuk Nizar would not be able to file a proper and detail appeal against the judgment?

The Appeal Court had earlier promised that they will provide the written judgment within seven days from the date of the judgment day, that is 22 May but to-date nothing has been issued to Datuk Nizar so far.

And now Datuk Nizar is faced with the ending of the 30 day deadline to file an appeal to the Federal Court just because of the purposely delayed written judgment from the Appeal Court.

This is a very clear act of attempt to sabotage Datuk Nizar's effort to file an appeal against the Appeal Court's decision.

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