Wednesday, May 09, 2007
The release by the interim AG of the minutes of the Judicial Services Commission meeting which appointed the acting CJ Anthony Gates, is wrong.
The interim AG should be bound by some general rule on confidentiality when comes to the discussions of JSC, especially in relation to the appointment of Judges.
Even if there are no rules governing confidentiality, the interim AG should know that it is unethical to release that kind information.
The Judges who are appointed by the JSC would generally not want the discussions which led to their appointment publicised.
Khaiyum has set a very bad precedent and he has shown the nation just how immature he is, professionally and morally.
It seems Khaiyum is so desperate to protect his King that he can longer differentiate between right and wrong.
Many of us are looking forward to watching him being tried in the very near future for taking unlawful oath.