As the Sodomy II trial, reaches a conclusion, what will the outcome be? And how will it reflect on the judiciary and the administration of justice in the country?
Never before has someone’s rear end come under such intense public scrutiny.
Many can see the trial for what it is. No words are necessary.
As has been pointed out elsewhere, it is more than just Anwar who is in the dock.
The judiciary and the national leadership have come under the media spotlight, both from within the country and outside.
Has the reformasi movement evolved so that irrespective of the outcome, the process of seeking reforms, reformasi, will continue – no matter any setbacks or hurdles along the way? I would like to think so.
As we await the outcome of the trial, we should redouble our commitment to work together to build Malaysia on a foundation of Justice, Freedom and Solidarity.