Ministers can be sued will raise accountability
P Gunasegaram | 22 Nov 2019 00:30
Perhaps among the most important reform of all in new Malaysia post-GE14 is the one that comes from the judiciary, not the executive, whereby a landmark ruling on Nov 19 by the Federal Court makes it possible for the prime minister and ministers to be sued.

They may even be held personally responsible for wrong- doing and be required to make restitution.

This is a major decision by the Federal Court which reverses an earlier decision by the same court which held that the PM and cabinet ministers are members of the administration but not public officers, effectively removing previous blocks to sue them then.

Download and read more in the latest issue of Focus Malaysia here:
Shell awarded for it's AI, mobile & wearable tech

Shell Malaysia awarded for introducing next-generation lubricant solutions for its business-to-business (B2B) customers.

Etika expands business portfolio

The beverage company widens consumer reach, increasing their vending machine pool of more than 10,000 units.