I certainly missed it.
It could also have been the excitement of French prosecutor Yves Charpenel statements having the greater interest.
Sensational enough for SUARAM to make it's own official statement.
The Malaysian Insider quoted Dzulkarnain Taib, president of the Young Journalists Club, "We view the claim that SUARAM has been accepted or recognised as ‘civil party’ as a biggest lie in the country’s political history" and reported,
He declined to show the two court documents to reporters, saying that it will be revealed at an “opportune time”.This is what SUARAM had to say in it's statement -
He gave the court reference number for the documents instead, with the first being “No du Parquet:1115196025 and No Instruction: 2292/12/4” and the second being “No Parquet: 1115106025 and No Instruction: 20F/11/52”.
7. A judicial inquiry had commenced on 16 March 2012, and SUARAM was made a civil party to the case.I believe judicial questions were requested by the French prosecutors in a document dated 29 February 2012.
Which was duly replied by the investigating judges, Roger Le Loire and Serge Tournaire on 13 March 2012 by document Instruction No: 2292/12/4,
"Vu les réquisitions de Monsieur le Procureur de la République en date du 29 février 2012"The document ends with the judges decision,
FOR THESE REASONS, We declare the the inadmissibility of the Malaysian organisation, SUARAM, as a civil party.Yet SUARAM claims it was made a civil party 3 days later.
Can SUARAM provide documentary evidence to back up it's claim?