Sidestepping

“It is indeed tragic that there are amongst us who wilfully seek for the pardon of a convict now jailed by a nine man judiciary for the wrongdoings he has committed. Even more tragic are those who vouch for his comrade, another would-be jailbird now facing multiple charges, to be our next prime minister, in the event their party retains power in the upcoming general elections. This decision made by their party is akin to sidestepping and disrespecting the verdict of the judiciary and country laws, what-more counter-attacking our king, that they will free these individuals at whatever the cost, by the mandate begotten from the public, irregardless of royal non-interference. This unfortunate stance only aggravates and motivate non-partisanal rakyats to rise and bury their national representation forever, because of their intolerable above law attitude, believing that the judicial inference is nothing but political assassination. This also signals the end of Ismail Sabri as choice prime minister and their party member they downrightly intend to bury.”