Seize the moment and reform the judiciary


THE Malaysian judiciary is very much in the news. On the positive side, the legal community applauds the recent, courageous decisions of the executive to appoint judges of integrity and independence to the post of Chief Justice, president of the Court of Appeal and the Chief Judges of the High Courts.

The voluntary resignation of two additional judges has resolved the constitutional dilemmas created by these controversial appointments.

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