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Friday, July 31, 2015

Bar president maintains Gani’s removal unlawful

The Malaysian Bar president Steven Thiru says under provision in the constitution, the A-G as a member of the judicial and legal services, served at the pleasure of the King. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Seth Akmal, July 31, 2015. The Malaysian Bar president Steven Thiru says under provision in the constitution, the A-G as a member of the judicial and legal services, served at the pleasure of the King. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Seth Akmal, July 31, 2015. 
The Malaysian Bar today reiterated its stand that the removal of Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail as Attorney-General was unconstitutional, highlighting another article in the Federal Constitution on the right to be heard in the dismissal of a member of the judicial and legal services.
The Bar's president Steven Thiru, said he disagreed with the new Attorney-General Tan Sri Mohamed Apandi Ali that Gani's removal was lawfully done.
Thiru said under provision in the constitution, the A-G as a member of the judicial and legal services, served at the pleasure of the King.
Thiru said based on the statement issued by Apandi on Gani's removal, the latter had been reduced in rank, whereby he was only to serve until his retirement. Gani's retirement was due in October.
"So his right to be heard here, given that there is no allegation of misconduct against him, is over the reasoning that he was removed over health reasons.
"Any civil servant who is terminated for health reasons, there are medical boarding up procedures to go through which must be complied with, where the person has the right to go before a medical board and face these concerns and then they decide," Thiru said at a press conference today.
- TMI

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