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They say that history repeats itself. According to well-placed sources a massive investigation will be led into conspirators against parliamentary democracy under section 124 of the Penal Code.
What is Section 124?
Section 124 of the Penal code refers to offences of “activities that are detrimental to parliamentary democracy”
The main provisions are:
“Whoever, by any means, directly or indirectly, commits an activity detrimental to parliamentary democracy shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to twenty years.”
“Whoever attempts to commit an activity detrimental to parliamentary democracy or does any act preparatory thereto shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to fifteen years.”
Section 124D (1):
“Whoever, by any means, directly or indirectly, prints, publicizes, sells, issues, circulates or reproduces any document or publication detrimental to parliamentary democracy shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to fifteen years.”
Section 124E (1):
“Any person who, without lawful excuse, has in his possession any document or publication detrimental to parliamentary democracy or any extract therefrom, shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to ten years.”
The power to carry out the investigation is held by the police and special branch whilst the power to charge an offender under section 124 lies with the Attorney General.
It is no surprise that the position of the head of the Special branch was changed today. It was announced that Datuk Seri Mohamad Fuzi Harun was appointed as the new Special Branch director, replacing Datuk Seri Akhil Bulat.
Federal Court judge Tan Sri Mohamed Apandi Ali has been named the new Attorney-General today, replacing Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail.
With Section 124 in place coupled with the new appointments for special branch and the Attorney general, it is possible to imprison anyone for up to 20 years. The new appointments are instrumental in making this possible.
Mohamad Fuzi Harun will lead the charge on a list of conspirators to be investigated under secton 124 of the penal code which carries a penalty of up to 20 years in prison.
Top Wanted List of Conspirators Against The Democratically Elected Government:
1) Datuk Nor Shamsiah Mohd Yunus (BNM)
– Deputy Governor
2) Shamsuddin bin Mohd Mahayidin (BNM)
– Foreign Exchange Administration
3) Abdul Rahman bin Abu Bakar (BNM)
– Financial Intelligence and Enforcement
4) Dato ‘ Sri Mohd Shukri Bin Abdul (MACC)
– Deputy Chief Commissioner (Operation)
5) Datuk Tan Kang Sai
– MACC Special Operation Division Deputy Director
6) YBhg Tan Sri Datuk Rashpal Singh a/l Jeswant Singh
-A Member of the Advisory Board of the Anti-Corruption (ACAB)
7) Jessica Gurmeet Kaur D/O Nashattar Singh
– Heads the Special Task Force Secretariat, Administration and Finance department
8) Dr.Tong Kooi Ong
– Executive Chairman, The Edge Communications Sdn Bhd.
– Executive Chairman, Sunrise Berhad
– Chairman, Taiga Building Products Ltd
– International Advisory Panel, CIMB
9) Ho Kay Tat
– Group Chief Executive Officer and Publisher, The Edge Communications Sdn. Bhd.
10) Clare Rewcastle Brown
– British investigative journalist Editor-in-chief of Sarawak Report
11) Sufi Yusof
– Mahathir Mohamad’s Press Secretary
12) Tony Pua
– Member of Parliament for Petaling Jaya Utara – National Publicity Secretary for Democratic Action Party (DAP)
13) Tan Sri Zeti Akhtar Aziz
– Governor Bank Negara Malaysia
Now that all the necessary pieces of the puzzle have been put into place, the investigation into the conspirators is underway. Conspirators will be subject to polygraph tests and will be imprisoned for up to 20 years.
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