COMMENT | I find the debate in the media on the Federal Constitution to be interesting.
There is one thing the jurists and legal pundits are missing out, in their arguments.
One of the tools of interpreting a contract or statute or the constitution is the application of common sense.
Without the application of common sense, a just result according to the spirit and intent of rule of law cannot be achieved.
For example, it is clear the Yang di-Pertuan Agong under Article 40 (2)(a) appoints the prime minister and the criteria in the first instance is that - who the king thinks has the...