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Lawyer Siti Kasim demands Hadi, HarakahDaily say sorry over alleged defamation

Lawyer Siti Kasim demands Hadi, HarakahDaily say sorry over alleged defamation

By Zurairi AR
September 19, 2017

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 19 — Siti Kasim has sent a letter of demand to Islamist party PAS’ president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang and its online mouthpiece HarakahDaily over reports deemed defamatory to the lawyer. In a copy of the letter dated yesterday sighted by Malay Mail Online, the two parties were given 48 hours to publish an apology and retract the offending articles 24 hours later, failing which she would proceeed with legal action. “When they make public accusations... Read more

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