ASEAN's failure in responding to the economic crisis, the environmental hazard caused by haze and the rampage in Myanmar have all done severe damage to ASEAN in the past, this despite the organization's reputation as one of the most successful regional outfits, second to European Union. Now, Asean's facing internal problem from one to another.
1. INDONESIAN'S judicial system is in the grip of a spreading corruption scandal. Investigators from the Corruption Eradication Commission have confiscated documents from the Supreme Court in their search for evidence. The recent allegations against top institutions in the country's judicial and law enforcement branches have shocked Indonesian and led to mounting calls for Attorney General Hendarman Supandi to resign.2. MALAYSIAN Prime Minister Abdullah Badawi faces his bigger crisis yet, after a small member party of the Barisan Nasional (BN) yesterday said it had lost confidence in his leadership. The Chinese-based Sabah Progressive Party says it will table a no-confidence vote against him in Parliment, or support one table by the opposition. It will be the first time a no-confidence motion is being attempted against a Prime Minister by his own party.3. THAILAND opposition Democrat Party yesterday filed a censure motion against Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej and seven other ministers. The move amounts to no-confidence motion which, if passed, could bring down the six-party ruling coalition.
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