Ahmad Fairuz retires as CJ
by Maria J. Dass
PUTRAJAYA (Nov 01, 2007): Tun Ahmad Fairuz Sheikh Abdul Halim has retired as Chief Justice (CJ) of the Federal Court of Malaysia when his term ended on Wednesday.
Court of Appeal President Datuk Abdul Halim Mohamed has been appointed the acting CJ, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said yesterday“Tun Ahmad Fairuz has retired and we thank him for his outstanding contribution to our judicial system and hope that he will continue to serve the country with his experience,” he said.
“The vacant position, according to regulations, has to be filled, so we will fill the post with the second person in line, that is the Court of Appeal President Datuk Abdul Hamid Mohamed.
“,” he told reporters after meeting angkasawan Dr Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor Sheikh Mustapha and Capt Dr Faiz Khaleed at his office.
Good riddance, but 'serve the country' some more? Thanks, but no thanks.
He will take of the position first until a permanent person is found
Get the drift? The same applies to thyself who is 'gila kuasa'?
Meanwhile, a staged 'sandiwara' before the GE? If that's a 'big fish', where's the 17 more? ;-)