Raja Nazrin says all the rights things but am not sure if they are practical. Perhaps, when he is Agong?
“Generally, the Rulers act based on the advice by government leaders elected by the people. Nevertheless, the Rulers cannot accede to acts which do not symbolise justice or sanction moves which do not mirror truth”.
“The Rulers’ views, observation and counsel in the administrative affairs of the country touching on the question of integrity which encompasses justice, law, judiciary, misappropriation, power abuse, corruption and wealth distribution, are with the desire to strengthen the government so that it is stable and receives the people’s trust”.
[Not really happening, is it?]
“This will enable the Rulers fulfil their roles with integrity and make the smart, accurate, just and fair decisions”.
“The Rulers have a role as the pillar of stability — source of justice, thrust of unity — hence enhancing the level of people’s confidence in the systems of governance and society based on democratic practices, rooted on the doctrine of separation of powers”.
“The Rulers have constitutional responsibilities and the responsibilities need to be carried out intelligently so that it can help build a high-integrity country”.
[Not happening either].
“The Rulers reside at a special position, have the opportunity to give smart views to influence and determine the direction of the nation positively and constructively through counsel, encouragement, persuasion, reminder and admonition”.
[I don’t think Chief Justice Zaki Azmi was a smart view, but never mind].
[How about Najib Tun Razak as next Prime Minister?]