Saturday, October 22, 2011

Abdul Aziz Bari Opposition Troublemaker

First it was the loyarburok Bar Council’s constitutional law committee chief with his "Islam is not the official religion of Malaysia" stupidity.

Then came another dua kali lima loyarburok, man of the moment Abdul Aziz Bari, a member of that same constitutional law committee, to politely disagree with his own bahlul chief,
"There are too many other reasons to rebut the argument put forward by En Syahrezan this morning."
The Malaysian Insider, the report headlined "Aziz Bari: I did not attack the Sultan" quotes the troublemaker,
"I did not attack the Selangor Sultan. As an academic I have a role to inform the public" he said adding that he would reply to a show-cause letter from the university on Tuesday after he has met his lawyer.
Explaining his statements in that other rabid opposition portal, Malaysiakini, reports he had raised the ire a few from the establishment when he contended that it was alright to criticize the rulers.

Headlined, "Aziz Bari: Tidak salah kritik Raja-raja" he is quoted on the same issue,
"Sehubungan itu, katanya dakwaan bahawa beliau memburuk-burukkan institusi raja ketika mengulas kenyataan titah Sultan Selangor, Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah berhubung isu pemeriksaan sebuah gereja di Damansara Utama Ogos lalu, tidak timbul."
Translated
"In relation to that, criticism of the Royal Institution when commenting on the decree by Selangor Sultan, Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah, on the inspection of a church in Damansara Utama issue last August, does not arise, he said."
What is more interesting further down that report is this,
"Katanya lagi dalam kenyataannya kepada Malaysiakini, beliau mengambil pendirian yang kritikal semasa krisis politik di Perak pada Februari 2009."
Translated
"He also said in the statement to Malaysiakini, he took a critical stand during the political crisis in Perak on February 2009".
There you have it, Perak and now Selangor, oppositon held and once held states, is why the troublemaker is making such a brouhaha out of the Selangor Sultan's decree - Politics.

Pro-opposition political rhetoric.

When the the Sultan of Terengannu, the present DYMM Yang DiPertuan Agong Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin, rejected Pak Lah's first choice in the Terengannu Menteri Besar political crisis, "Justice for all" portal posts a Malaysiakini report with comments from the same troublemaker. His is reported in Malaysiakini thus,
Constitution expert Prof Abdul Aziz Bari pointed out the appointment of Ahmad depending on the contents of the letter issued by the palace, was effective,

“The swearing in ceremony and all other rituals, in my opinion, are just there to clothe the decision of the palace,” he told Malaysiakini.

“Meanwhile, all the other actions including the protests and intention to boycott the ceremony on Wednesday as well as the sacking of Ahmad from Umno would have no effect on the palace decision.

Legally the palace decision still stands. But of course, the palace may revoke the appointment,” he added.
No criticism of the from the troublemaker then, when a decision affects a BN State Govt. The Sultan did the right thing.

Even in his own political backyard troublemaker is not short of mischiefing. In another Malaysiakini news item, "Kepemimpinan Hadi jadi isu panas,"
"Dalam sesi 'percambahan minda' yang melibatkan Dr Abdul Aziz sendiri, pandangannya di Sinar Harian bulan lepas dan wawancara dengan Malaysiakini semalam yang mengkritik pedas kepemimpinan Abdul Hadi menimbulkan pelbagai reaksi daripada peserta."

Peserta yang jelas tidak berpuas hati dengan Dr Abdul Aziz termasuklah pemimpin PAS Terengganu, Datuk Abu Bakar Chik yang berkata beliau "tidak dapat melihat muka" pakar undang-undang perlembagaan itu di seminar hari ini.
Lazy to translate.

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