Sunday, July 25, 2021

Malaysia Hits Jackpot

Malaysia’s Ministry of Health reported a record 17,045 Covid-19 cases and 92 deaths in the past 24 hours, with total infections now passing the ONE MILLION MARK.

To be exact, 1,013,438 cases todate.

We hit jackpot! 

Malaysians know who to point the finger at – and surely, we must expect these twats and idiots to be held accountable for the mountain of Covid mess they are burying us under. 

In fact, a police report has been lodged in Kuala Lumpur over the Perikatan Nasional government’s alleged mismanagement of the Covid-19 pandemic. 

A band of activists and opposition lawmakers led by lawyer Ambiga Sreenevasan (left), had resolved to act today. 

She said: “We decided to lodge a report because we believe there must be accountability. Some of the issues that we highlighted include not enough early testing, the manner in which the government has failed to share (enough) information, mistreatment of migrant workers and not enough resources given to the hospitals. 

We are now asking the accountability of this government in the way that they have handled this crisis. They must know that there are legal consequences for negligence in Malaysia today. We are talking about the lives of Malaysians and we cannot but take this very seriously”. 

She added that the report was made under Section 269 and Section 304 (a) of the Penal Code. 

Section 269 covers a negligent action in which a person knows or has reason to believe is likely to cause the spread of infectious diseases dangerous to life which is punishable by a maximum six-month imprisonment or fine or both. 

And Section 304 (a) states whoever causes the death of any person, by doing any rash or negligence act not amounting to culpable homicide, shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to two years or with fine or with both. 

Certainly, Health Minister Dr Adham Baba and related ministries must be held liable for their alleged criminal negligence. 

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