Sunday, May 11, 2008

Question that Karpal Singh should ask himself

DAP chairman Karpal Singh reportedly "queried" the silence of his own party as well as its allies over the public row over his remark on HRH Sultan Azlan Shah of Perak. The question many have for Karpal Singh is whether he had consulted his party and its allies and obtained their agreements before making the controversial statement in the public. However high his own opinion on himself on legal matters, he cannot expect others in his party as well as its allies to be blind followers or unquestioning machai on such an important issue that certainly need ideational inputs from some other fields of knowledge and expertise.


Blogger Monsterball said...

I disagreed with Karpal Singh insofar as it touched on the administration of Islam in a state with a Malay Ruler.

However, I will defend his right to make such assessments without the threat of the OSA being thrown at him.

6:57 AM  
Blogger James Wong Wing-On said...

it is not a matter of individual right to free expression. karpal singh's position as the chairman and mp of dap theoretically represent the party as a whole if there is no disclaimer made by himself or the party.

7:00 AM  
Blogger amen said...

clown calling people joker.............what a waste!! unnecessary

7:10 AM  

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