Related post: Petition Royale
After a long absense, myAsylum brings you another poll. This time it has to do with the Royal Commission to look into the LingamGate scandal, and the state of the judiciary in general. Or, as Walski calls it, the Petition Royale (to borrow a phrase-style from the film cult classic, Pulp Fiction).
Yesterday, Walski posted about the people's petition, mooted by The People's Parliament, and linked you to Malik Imtiaz's blog, which explains why a Royal Commission is seen, by many in the law fraternity, as the only way to ensure an independent enquiry into the matter.
So, what do you think? Is a Royal Commission necessary in this case, or is the 3-person panel appointed by the Executive sufficient?
The poll is at the top left-hand corner of this page (top of the left sidebar), and will be open until the end of October.