"Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Badawi says he is disappointed by the release of a video clip depicting a conversation, allegedly between a lawyer and a judge, on the fixing of judicial appointments.....
"This issue is important as it has caused a lot of damage to the country's judiciary system. If the evidence show what transpired in the video was not the truth, action should be taken against those who released the video, as well as all those who lodged ACA reports.
"I am disappointed. The video was released with the aim of getting the people angry with the country's judiciary system....
Asked whether a special commission would be set up to investigate the case, he said: "There is no need for one."
JOKE of the year. Scrutinize the interview I can conclude :
(i) PM is disappointed
(ii) PM is disappointed because of the release of the video
(iii) PM is disappointed because of the release of the video depicting the rot of the judiciary
(iv) PM disappointed because of the release of the video depicting the rot of the judiciary as the video is aimed to get people angry with the judiciary.
WHAT THE TOOOOOOOOOT..... this is unbelievable when statements like that comes out from the Premier. He should look at it more positively and do the necessary act to correct the rot. Unfortunately he is seen not wanting to do anything except to say "I am disappointed". What a response?
Double error of judgement .... NO ROYAL COMMISSION OF INQUIRY. Mana boleh? Tetapi Malaysia Boleh