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Wednesday, April 20, 2011

One RCI to rule them all...

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It was only a matter of time before this would happen - a call for a Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) to determine the necessity for all those other RCIs being called for... and who better to call for it than the mysteriously austere MILF-PRON...

"Enlightening" read (240V, 35W), Yusseri-style...

Call for a RCI into RCIs

There have recently been many calls for Royal Commissions of Inquiries (RCIs) by various political parties, non-governmental organisations (NGOs), institutions, individuals, and possibly even aliens, to inquire on diverse subjects.

These include whether a sex video should be allowed to be screened, whether the actors in the video should be identified and incarcerated, whether the award of a contract to process radioactive material should be allowed, and on how much money the Chief Minister of Sarawak has in his and members of his family’s bank accounts.

In addition to the above, there were also calls to royally commission an inquiry on whether there were kickbacks on the purchase of submarines, on how many illegal immigrants are allowed to vote in Sabah, for the murder of an unfortunate foreign national, as well as the death of an Environment Officer.

Previously, there were completed RCIs on the police and whether a lawyer was incorrectly influencing the appointment of judges.

At this present moment, there is an RCI on the death of a political aide two years ago at an MACC building. That is still ongoing, even as someone else has now died at another MACC building.

Now, Malaysia is a sovereign nation, which has laws and regulations. However, it seems clear that those laws and regulations are about as useful as a bicycle is to a fish since just about anything needs to get an RCI to be sorted.

In view of that, we at the Malaysian Institute of Learning Foundation for Political Research On Nationalism (MILF-PRON)* demand that a Royal Commission of Inquiry be set up to inquire on whether we really need all these Royal Commissions of Inquiries.