The Nizar vs Zambry case must come to a conclusion as soon as possible. It seems to me now that no one in the judiciary is willing to preside over battle for legal rights to the Perak State Government.
The case, heard initially in High Court, moved to the Federal Court and now, the case is ordered to be heard at a High Court again.
I might be wrong, but from a layman's perspective, the controversial case will not be concluded if there are no independent judges out there who dare to preside over the case.
Since the cases are transferred from here to there in the judiciary, there could be trial-in-trial in future where lawyers of either party might disqualify the Court from hearing the case.
The circle goes on and on.
Given the complexity of the case, I can conclude that the judges might possibly be affected by what I have described in the past - Malaysian laws are lopsided.
Even before Court cases are in trial, the public has already delivered their verdict in newspapers, blogs and alternative media which the Judges read as well.
These will directly influence the judgement of the judges, if not fully control the minds of these judges.
Now, in this dilemma, I strongly encourage a Royal Commission that consists of a panel of politically independent judges to hear the case out.
The Court case involves not only the legality of the State Government but the position of the Sultan in the Constitution.
It will only be right and proper for such high profiled case to be heard in front of a Royal panel of judges endorsed by the Parliament of Malaysia and the Council of Malay Rulers.