Daily Archive for December 26th, 2007

Questions for Mr Sinanan

Newsday Editorial
Wednesday, December 26 2007

ParliamentSuppose you were a defendant in a court case and, when you went to trial, you discovered that the judge was the employee of the plaintiff? In such a scenario, the judge would have no choice but to recuse himself. It would not matter if he argued that his financial relationship with the plaintiff would not affect his objectivity; or that he was not an employee per se but merely a director; or that he had already admitted to the court that he had a relationship with the plaintiff.
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