Speakers' Corner

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Who Should He Listen To?

The topic du jour, according to the media, which is currently full of statements by lawyers and others, is to whom the Agong should listen.

So far no one has quoted a close royal partner to whom the Agong is believed to have listened over the choice of Moo as shock Prime Minister. There are stipulations in the Constitution about the question but whether they will be respected or ignored is something that Malaysians will follow with close attention.

Perhaps the best answer to the question posed in the header to this piece is his conscience; something we all have, despite apparent evidence to the contrary among some politicians, If a decision is made in consonance with the law and in good faith the  maker need have no fear of consequences. But if done in defiance? A question we all have to answer; sooner or later.

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