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The issuing of a public statement by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong regarding the proposed revocation of the emergency ordinances (EO) on July 29 was "not proper", said Housing and Local Government Minister Zuraida Kamaruddin.
Zuraida said the Agong, who was bound to act on the advice of the cabinet in most matters, could have engaged the cabinet first to seek clarification before issuing the statement.
She said this on the Consider This talk show on Astro Awani last night.
To questions from the show hosts on the revocation of the EO, Zuraida said as a cabinet member, she believed the process was above board.
"(Malaysia has) a constitutional monarchy where (the monarch) has to get the advice of the cabinet and prime minister in anything (that the monarch) wants to do.
"I am a bit upset. Anything that they are not clear (with), they should always call the Prime Minister's Office. (Moreover,) the prime minister (is granted an audience by the Agong) once a week before the cabinet meeting," said Zuraida.
Zuraida explained the cabinet decided to revoke the EO on July 21 and, in accordance with due process, presented the decision to the Agong.
"The king is supposed to listen to what is being recommended by the cabinet. So, they have to listen to this. There should have been discussion and engagement.
"There shouldn't have been any kind of public statement which, I think, is not that proper in this kind of constitutional monarchy system," she said.
Article 40(1) and (1A) of the Federal Constitution stipulated that the Agong shall act in accordance with the advice of the cabinet, except in matters such as the appointment of a prime minister, withholding consent for the dissolution of Parliament and requisitioning a meeting of the Conference of Rulers.
Under Article 150, the Agong also have the power to declare a state of emergency. In October last year, the Agong exercised his powers to refuse Putrajaya's request for a proclamation of emergency.
When pointed out that royal assent was necessary for any law, Zuraida disagreed.
"If the legal adviser to the monarch is very careful in interpretation (of the law), he will know that even if the monarch didn't agree, also in 30 days' time it would be resolved or taken six months down the road.
"So, it is very much a waste of time to argue on this when we know that jolly well it would end up in something that is up to the government and cabinet to decide and the monarch has to listen.
"If (the palace) needs clarification, we will clarify. So that should be the way," said Zuraida.Housing and Local Government Minister Zuraida Kamaruddin
The 30-day stipulation referred to by Zuraida likely refers to Article 66(4) of the Federal Constitution which states that the Agong "shall within 30 days after a Bill is presented to him assent to the Bill by causing the Public Seal to be affixed thereto".