Saturday, April 19, 2008

Every Citizens should be treated fairly

Sultan Azlan Shah emphasized that every citizen, regardless of religion, race, sex or political inclination, should be treated fairly.

He also said that the importance of the state and the people should take precedence above politics.

Although the monarchy would act based on the advice of the head of government, the monarch should not agree if the advice given did not reflect fairness, he said.

"Based on constitutional monarchy, the role of royalty is to give advice and views, to encourage and to remind," he said, adding that when giving their approval, a ruler should use their wisdom.

Sultan Azlan speech was made at the investiture ceremony to mark his 80th birthday at the Balairong Seri in Istana Iskandariah, Kuala Kangsar.

Earlier in his speech, the Regent of Perak Raja Dr Nazrin Shah said a pre-requisite to political stability in the country was to unite the people and do away with negative thoughts among the various races.

"Malaysia must not allow discrimination to take place nor racism to take root," he said.

Sultan Azlan also called on the new Pakatan Rakyat state government to fulfill all its promises to the people.

He said the time for campaigning was over and now is the time to start work.

Source: Fulfill promises to the people, Perak Sultan tells state govt


Harris said...

Comparing His Majesty Sultan Azlan Shah's speech today and Tengku Faris Petra of Kelantan speech at a gathering at PWTC last week , is like smelling a fragrance of fresh flowers in the morning and trying to hold our breath in a sewer full of shit .

BTW , Congtratulations to Perakkians for having a Sultan and Regent who are in a true sense are RULERS for the people .

I reserved my comments for the royal person who spoke at PWTC last week .

Maverick SM said...


All Malaysians are proud of having such a great Sultan and Regent. We can only pray that the other rulers have the same virtues too.

CK said...

yup. let's pray.

btw, sultan azlan pic when he's the DYMM during my primary school yrs left an impression to me.

Anonymous said...

A towering man of justice, the Sultan of Perak.

Maverick SM said...


We need to be relentless in our pursuit to seek fairness and justice, and pushed the legislature to stand up against all form of discrimination.

Grateful Guy,

Ya, I totally agree with you.

CK said...


of course. we have to play a part, in every way we can.

yapchongyee said...

Yap Chong Yee,
5a Prinsep Road,
Attadale, WA 6156

HRH, Yang Mulia’ Sultan Azlan Shah of Perak,
Raja Nazrin Shah,(forgive my ignorance of Royal Protocol)

Re: Re : Originating Petition No. D2-26-41 OF 2001 ;
Lim Choi Yin v. McLaren Saksama (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd

Yang Mulia,

I read your address to the conference of judges at the Marriot Hotel, Putra Jaya, and I have to say that if your wish for an independent judiciary is progressed along the path that you had enunciated in your speech, then Malaysia will indeed REGAIN the respect & trust in the Malaysian Judiciary that was the admiration of all of South East Asia.

The present state of the Malaysian Judiciary is the laughing stock of the world and if I might add, the state of the Malaysian Judiciary today can only be rivalled by the standard of Administration of the LAW & JUSTICE THAT EXIST IN INDONESIA. Forgive me for saying so, but there is a state of utter lawlessness prevailing in Malaysia. Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali, who now sits on the bench of the Malaysian Court of Appeal, and who as the judge of 1st instance UNLAWFULLY AND ILLEGALLY STRUCK OFF MY WIFE’S ABOVE PETITION, the details of her criminal behaviour is fully documented in my blogg. At The details are too lengthy to discuss here; however, I can state that I graduated from the University of Singapore in Law in 1967 and I practised at the Malaysian bar from 1967 until I migrated to Australia in 1978.

Either through ignorance of the law relevant to issues raised in my wife’s petition, Judge Dato Zainon binti Mohd. Ali or that she intentionally DISREGARDED the provisions of the law relevant to my wife’s case or even more heinously she acted CORRUPTLY, Judge zainon binti Mohd. Ali committed several criminal offences while adjudicating my wife’s case on the bench. This ridiculous turn of events must be unprecedented in all of history of the British Commonwealth (since we all share the same legal history).

I have written to the Chief Justice of Malaysia and I enclose a copy to this letter. I had written to the Chief Justice several times but I have never ever received ny replies. This is an official compliant so I do not see under what circumstances can the Chief Justice or the Attorney General can refuse to reply.

If Yang Mulia, is serious about what you said at the conference of Judges, then allow me to reiterate that even a JUDGE OF THE HIGHEST COURT OF MALAYSIA MUST BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR COMMITTING CRIMES. Judge Zainon binti Mohd. Ali committed several criminal offences and must be held accountable for them.

As a demonstration of my good faith, IF UPON INVESTIGATION OF THE FACTS THAT I CHARGED JUDGE ZAINON BINTI MOHD. ALI WITH HAVING COMMITTED IS FOUND TO BE TRUE THEN IS IT NOT THE DUTY OF THE A.-G TO PROSECUTE JUDGE ZAINON BINTI MOHD. ALI ? In this event I will be available to defend myself in court. TO PROVE THAT MALYSIA WANTS AN INDEPENDENT JUDICIARY THAT IS ETHICAL, HONEST AND ADMINISTER THE LAW IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LAW, The Malaysian Attorney General can do the following, upon police investigation of the facts that I have charged her with :


(2)If upon police investigation there is no basis for charging judge Zainon binti Mohd. Ali with criminal offences then obviously I have both libelled or more seriously for committing the more serious crime of SEDITION in with case the Malaysian Attorney General is under a duty to apply for my extradition to be charged in a Malaysian Court.

If Yang Mulia is serious about bringing change to the Malaysian Judiciary then this case is the most open demonstration of that resolve.

Yours Sincerely,

Date 10 April, 2008


Maverick SM said...


With your relentless pursuit of justice, your determination and perseverance should bear the fruits of your labor.

Anonymous said...

Correct, correct, correct. Every citizen should be treated fairly. Sometimes I wonder why the Chinese is bitching so much about equality.

There is no equality among the races but that has not denied people like Ananda Krishnan, Vincent Tan, Lim Goh Thong, VK Lingham making it in this country that Malays rule.

Don't you think the Malays are abit embarrassed when the World's Billionaire Club nominees from Malaysia are all non-Malay?

So let's get our perspective correct. Everyone here is bitching about the divide between the haves and the haves-not. And you all claim that it is not fair. You all blame it on racial divide, corruption, nepotism and croynism.

If VK, Vincent and Lim Goh Thong can make it, what is your problem?

Anonymous said...

Ai ya! Please dont be so harsh on our future Kelantan Ruler.
After all he is forced to read from a text prepared by someone else.
And I assure our HRH wont repeat this mistake again.

Anonymous said...

Every citizen should be treated fairly. However its obvious HH R. Nazrin has never worked in a chinese/indian owned/dominated firm. He shud try cos then he'll understand what racism means.

Anonymous said...

If a man got a case against the courts, than the relevant agencies must right the wrong. Doesnt matter lah dia cina kah, india kah, melayu kah, christian, orang asli, just rectify the injustice. May be the Malaysian Bar Council can assist. The guy is willing to return to Malaysia fr Australia. He is fighting for justice bukan bitching about. It takes detemination and guts to persue it from the other end.

Anonymous said...

Betul, I heard some, if not all chinese law firms are racism in nature.