Post to no one but the regulation, Chief Justice tells judges



a close up of Hisila Yami wearing a hat: Chief Justice Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat assures the public justice will be carried out according to the law, without fear or favour.


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Main Justice Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat assures the community justice will be carried out according to the law, with out anxiety or favour.

PETALING JAYA: The nation’s best choose has reminded her subordinates that they are servants of the legislation and no a person else in discharging their judicial capabilities.

“Every member of the judiciary ought to have characteristics of integrity, competency and performance while usually retaining in thoughts that we are not beholden to any one or nearly anything but the law,” Chief Justice Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat explained in her New Year information.

Tengku Maimun, who turned the initial female decide to helm the judiciary past 12 months, claimed without having these crucial qualities, justice would not be really served and “we would have failed in our obligation.”

It is learnt that this is the initially time the head of judiciary is delivering a assertion of this nature as the custom of hosting the Opening of the Legal Calendar year in January could not be held owing to the Covid-19 pandemic.

She assured the general public that justice will be carried out in accordance to the law, devoid of fear or favour.

“Court conclusions are dependent on what the regulation says and what the proof proves. There is no put in court for suspicion, bias or favouritism.

“Judges and all judicial officers are free to implement the law without the need of regard to the needs of any individual group or the fat of public view,” she reported.

Tengku Maimun reported the bench would endeavour to warranty liberty to solve authorized disputes proficiently and impartially to provide for equivalent protection to all regardless of history and to make certain the because of procedure of legislation.

“We will maintain a sturdy and unbiased judiciary – a important resource of the rule of regulation and encourage public confidence in the judiciary, the two through our judgments and impartial hearings,” she additional.

Tengku Maimun claimed the judiciary, not remaining a political establishment, did not crave praise or community recognition but the institution did, even so, prosper and draw its power from the public’s self-assurance in it.

She explained it had constantly been the circumstance that judiciaries in adversarial programs did not respond to criticisms apart from in a confined perception via their judgments.

“The pandemic has urged us to think about that the judiciary must nevertheless play a proactive position in conversation in particular with the arrival of social media,” she included.

Tengku Maimun claimed due to the first movement regulate order and the reluctance of events to have their circumstances heard on the internet, the judiciary was now struggling with a backlog of circumstances.

She hopes to handle the difficulty by increasing the frequency of sittings and by escalating the number of conditions set for each sitting.