Let justice be seen to be done


Cousins Piya (left) and Prithep Sosothikul with a picture of their late grandmother Boonsom Boonyanit. — Filepic

I JUST recently learnt from an international arbitration news site that the Malaysian government had reached an amicable settlement with the estate of Boonsom Boonyanit, a Thai national, some time in October 2018.

This news hitherto is not known to the Malaysian public. Neither is there any information available to the public on the exact settlement sum and whether the same has been paid.

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Roger Tan , With All Due Respect

Roger Tan

Roger Tan

The writer, a senior lawyer, is formerly a law lecturer and member of the Malaysian Bar Council.

   

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