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Sunday, October 15, 2006

98% Readers Want an Inquiry for the Judiciary Happenings of 1988

Do You Support an Inquiry of the 1988 Judiciary Happenings?
This was the question posed to readers in MALAYSIAWATCH POLL 14.
Here are the views of 48 readers.

98% of the readers supported the inquiry for the following reasons:

29 readers or 60% answered “YES I Want Justice Served on Those Who Abused the Judiciary”

10 readers or 21% chose “YES It Will Give Malaysians and MPs the Chance to Prevent Similar Injustices”

8 readers or 17% felt “YES It Will Help Restore the Good Name of Those Who Were Unjustly Dismissed”

1 reader or 2% believed “NO Nothing Good Can Come Out of an Official Inquiry”

There you have it.

This week’s poll is what do you think of the ASLI Debacle? Take the poll and give feedback to the government.

3 comments:

Blueheeler - the dog that sniffs out fishy news said...

Well, with almost every controversial issue, the govt has always promised 'transparency'. But with the stuff that they choose to reveal (or not), I wonder what's their definition of 'transparency'?

PabloPabla said...

I think the person who voted "No" is Nazri.

H J Angus said...

As transparent as the haze?