Musa Aman’s ‘appointment’ as Sabah CM may have been ‘unconstitutional’

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[01/10, 12:19 a.m.] Clarence Sinsua:

SDs showing who command a majority and supporting a person to qualify as CM is written proof nothing more and nothing less. The SDs are the backbone of the contention on which the TYT had relied upon.

[01/10, 12:25 a.m.] JF:

You can post this in the video above.

Musa Aman’s ‘appointment’ as Sabah CM may have been ‘unconstitutional’.

This matter can be raised by the state AG during the Federal court appeal filed by Musa.

Who is qualified to be the Chief Minister of Sabah?

This is what I have been arguing about.

The lawyer left out the INTENTION of the state assembly on Article 6(7).

If I am reading the above link by the lawyer correctly, Musa Aman’s ‘appointment’ as Sabah CM may have been ‘unconstitutional’ . . .

He’s not head of a party as required under the Sabah Constitution.

The matter can be raised by the state AG during the Federal court appeal filed by Musa.

Again, according to the Sabah Constitution, only the head of a party can be CM. Muhyiddin, for example, is the head of PN.

There are also other criteria.

It was the PBS gov’t (1985 to 1994) that Amended the Constitution to ensure political stability.

Read further here . . .

https://fernzthegreat.wordpress.com/2020/09/28/pbs-has-amnesia-on-intention-of-article-67-on-sabah-chief-minister/

I remember reading in the media about the INTENTION of the state assembly on Article 6(7) at the time it was passed.

https://fernzthegreat.wordpress.com/2020/09/26/if-governor-picks-shafie-apdal-as-chief-minister-no-court-will-go-against-him/

Warisan has the most seats to get the CM’s post. No need to have 37 seats.

Author: fernzthegreat

Joe Fernandez holds a honours degree in management, majoring in economics, and has opted from academia in law to being a jurist. He was trained professionally on the job as a journalist. He's a longtime Borneo watcher, keen on the history and legal aspects of Malaya's presence in Sabah and Sarawak. He teaches the English language privately and has emerged as a subject matter expert in public examination techniques.

2 thoughts on “Musa Aman’s ‘appointment’ as Sabah CM may have been ‘unconstitutional’”

  1. Many lawyers are openly expressing extreme hostility towards YouKnowWho in the social media.

    This is proof that they feel bad, that someone can make them look bad.

    One loyar buruk in the kopi tiam, probably from the School of Kangkungology, showed extreme prejudice in comments posted on lawyer G. K. Ganesan’s video, “Who is qualified to be Sabah Chief Minister”.

    It does not matter that Ganesan is from Malaya.

    He did a brilliant job in breaking down and detailing Article 6(3) and Article 6(7).

    He left no loopholes.

    The head of state didn’t remain above the fray. Instead, he exercised discretion which he didn’t have.

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