Judicial reforms are taking shape


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  • Thursday, 11 Oct 2018

PUTRAJAYA: The judicial reforms, which have been much-talked-about since the assault on the judiciary system in 1988, are taking shape.

Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad (pic) dropped the biggest hint on restoring credibility and integrity when he said that the appointment of judges and certain other positions would go through Parliament before the names were submitted to the King.

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