They are law-makers, but they don't bother about law or the job of law-making. They don't bother about the peoples' problem, the public interest issues and citizens welfare.
They spent more time in parliament debating what a woman should wear, how they should behave and who to marry and, oh, lest I forget, when do they leak.
And one of them said:
“Woman must be touched by men.”
(Datuk Mohamed Aziz; 2000)
Not surprisingly, they had a new member, the first from another community.
Is it coincidental or accidental. or, inherent characteristic feature.
It is not right and just to conclude and denounce. It is observation and discussion.
Anyway, did we elect them to make law or to make fun of the very people who elected them?
Is it a fact that we had elected monkeys?
But Ijok and Machap proved that we Malaysians preferred monkeys in parliament rather then in zoo.