NO, we cannot allow the legislative to interfere in the judiciary. That's ridiculuos, said DPM Muhyiddin (h e r e). And for that, Najib said we cant allow the Dewan Rakyat to convene an emergency session to discuss Anwar's case.
The Parliament belongs to the people and the democracy. However, it wont be that democratic to discuss Anwar's case as it is a personal matter (h e r e). His trial has nothing to do with the Parliament and is not politically-orchestrated as claimed by Kit Siang. Its not a political trial as it involves only Anwar, Saiful and the Court.
For a seasonal MP like Kit Siang, he should understand the Parliament better. Exploiting the institution for personal and political reasons envisages an extreme avid for something which he himself is not so sure of. To cover a hangdog?
A special sitting can be called only to discuss matters of national interest e.g disaster, subversive etc. Anwar's case is of course a 'national interest' in the sense that it draws attention not only from Malaysians but the whole world. If Anwar is not the Opposition Leader, nobody would bother.
Anwar doesnt own the Parliament, neither does Kit Siang, Najib, Muhyiddin, Nik Aziz or Saiful. Even the government has to push for our legislators to table, debate and vote for any new Act before it becomes into effect.
Anwar himself has failed in his bid to throw out his sodomy charge (h e r e), he got to continue going to court until a verdict is reached. The government doesnt interfere, except for some foreigners who are his friends and sympathisers. If he is innocent, he will be a 'free, clean guy'. Just let the law takes its due course.
No matter how many judges he wishes to change and instal, it wont change the decision of the court if he's guilty or innocent. The Aussies cant help. Not even U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman John Kerry can do anything about it...
All that Anwar needs is tangible evidence to proof his innocence... and God!