Will be leaving for the office shortly. So I'm afraid for once I'm not gonna live up to my reputation of writing a long boring post this morning. But have you noticed that these days in Malaysia we're spending a lot of the tax payers' resources on the formation of investigators upon investigators to investigate the same things?
First we form A, which is supposed to investigate on issue X. Then when the people operating that A start playing god, they themselves become the subject of a new investigation when the government forms B. After a while those people in B, too, start doing hanky-panky stuff, and the government then forms C to investigate how they conduct their business. And I think it is reasonable to assume that the trend will continue.
I suppose when looking on the bright side, at least in the economic sense, we can say that we're good in creating job opportunities.