MCA calls for the establishment for a National Sex Offender Registry immediately. Last year, Deputy Minister Hannah Yeoh announced that the Ministry of Women, Community and Family Development has come up with a child sex offender registry which will be up and running by 1 April 2019. While this move is applauded, and such effort is certainly praiseworthy, this registry service has several major drawbacks:
MCA stands with the retired senior civil servants who form G25 who from the past have exhorted that the original wording of Article 12(4) ie “ibubapa” in the Perlembagaan Persekutuan be restored, for the avoidance of doubt.
As the murder charge against Viet national Doan Thi Huong has been reduced to a lower charge of causing harm using dangerous means, although paradoxically, the Attorney-General’s Chambers withdrew the identical charge from her co-accused Siti Aisyah, questions are raised as to the double standards and inconsistency practised by the AGC unto both women.
Questions are being raised as to why the Attorney General’s Chambers had withdrawn the case against Indonesian citizen Siti Aisyah who was jointly charged with Viet national Doan Thi Huong for the murder of North Korean citizen Kim Jong Nam.
After my exposé of a circular on instructions to hasten judicial hearings of high profile cases which has now been confirmed – I have finally earned my ticket to Bukit Aman to have my statement recorded this Friday.
Hari ini Lim Kit Siang ada menulis di dalam blognya dan mempersoalkan tindakan saya yang hanya menyiarkan kenyataan akhbar bertajuk, “Jabatan Peguam Negara perlu kekal berkecuali dan bebas daripada campur tangan politik.”