Perak crisis should be resolved by the people

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The Perak crisis should be resolved by the people and not the courts, as there are many issues “which cannot be resolved in a court of law”, said Bar Council president Ragunath Kesevan.

“I do not think it can be resolved in the courts, it has to go back to the people. There are so many legal issues which cannot be resolved in a court of law – whether Sivakumar can reject a vote of no confidence, and whether his removal by police was necessary,” said Ragunath, adding that such technical legal debates would solve nothing.

If you talk about when it (the Assembly session) starts, you will be talking about technical matters of timing. It will not solve the problem either way. The best thing would be to go back to the crux of the problem and let the people decide who they want for the Perak government,” he said.

The arrest of people dressed in black was completely unnecessary, as well as the roadblocks. All of that was completely unnecessary,” said Ragunath, adding that such actions raised public doubt in the police force.

The police had also acted in an unjustifiable and unacceptable manner when they physically and forcibly removed Sivakumar (Pakatan Rakyat’s Perak Speaker) from his seat,” said Ragunath.

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