Though “deem” is still frequently used in law contexts, today it means “judge” only in a broader sense of “to decide (something specified) regarding,” as in “the act was…
[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.
Malaya wants to destroy Shafie Apdal the UNIFIER for saying that “we are here to build a nation, not a particular race or religion”.
Orang Asal support for W+ in GE14 and 2020 remained the same.
Shafie Apdal the UNIFIER did not concede the election.
If I was Shafie Apdal the UNIFIER, I would go to court for a Declaration on a point of law on Article 6(7) of the Sabah Constitution on the CM’s post.
I would support the Originating Summons with extracts from the Hansard and media statements by PBS on the INTENTION behind the Amendment to Article 6(7).
The Federal Court can adopt this INTENTION as THE INTENTION of the state assembly and the PBS gov’t on amending Article 6(7) of the Sabah Constitution.
It’s not enough to get a Declaration from the Federal Court.
There must be remedies.
Being appointed DPM in Putrajaya is no remedy.
The Sabah Constitution must be upheld, respected, honoured and defended as stated in the Oath taken by all lawmakers.
Read further here . . .
This matter can be raised by state AG during Federal court appeal filed by Musa.
I remember reading in the media about the INTENTION of the state assembly on Article 6(7) at the time it was passed.
Warisan has the most seats to get the CM’s post. No need to have 37 seats.
If turnout is less than 50 per cent in snap Sabah elections, questions will be raised over legitimacy of exercise.