Reforming the office of attorney general and the judicial and legal service

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This report, commissioned by Bersih 2.0 and written by Andrew Yong, highlights the issues surrounding the constitutional arrangements of the role and the appointment process of the attorney general and the judicial and legal service in Malaysia. In this report, Bersih 2.0 makes some recommendations for improvement, to ensure that those responsible can carry out their duties independently, professionally and with integrity.

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Santana
Santana
12 Oct 2021 8.21pm

The discussion is too long more than an hour people do not have the patience for long winding discussion should summarise within 15-20 minutes more people will listen