got this from Daphne Iking’s blog, Malaysian Judiciary on trial

admittedly, i haven’t been following this piece of news very closely (bad journo student, bad), i just know the gist. but it is disheartening to see the PM’s response. why is it always the whistle-blowers who are threatened with prosecution if it was found that the allegations weren’t true? isn’t that a contradiction to what the PM promised – that he will eradicate corruption & encouraged people to report it? how would this encourage people to come out with evidence of corruption?

sumore, it’s strange that it wasn’t said what the authorities would do if the allegations were found to be true. hah



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