If you have received a notice of speeding under the AES system, do you now pay up or not? What about if you received a notice under AES and then a summons from police for the same offence, what recourse do you have?
The government has said that it is merely studying the legal aspects of the AES system and not suspending it. But what if the legal issues cannot be resolved? If that is the case, will our Parliamanet amend existing laws just for the sake of AES?
If there are legal issues and these cannot be resolved, what about those who have been summoned to court and paid up, do they get a refund?
We have heard that the system has been under study for many years. From the mouths of those Highers-up (and presumably wise people), you would think that this system is almost perfect. Why haven’t the legal issues been considered during the supposedly thorough study period?
Aren’t those responsible too hasty to defend the system when not every aspect has been thoroughly studied? (If they have been thoroughly studied, the AG would not have to resort to reviewing). Are they not making fools of themselves?
I am all for stricter enforcement, as posted in my previous post on AES. But i have been saying that enforcement should not be outsourced, and it should be done by our police and JPJ officers, and not outsourced to private companies whose mainly purpose is to make money.
So now, amidst these confusion, we await further clarifications from all those ‘wise’ people.
(courtesy of piggybankblog)