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Government’s version of RUU355 suggest political manipulation — Irene Chang

Government’s version of RUU355 suggest political manipulation — Irene Chang

March 29, 2017

MARCH 29 — The suggestion that the government‘s version of RUU355 would be applicable to Muslims in West Malaysia only points to a heavy undertone of political manipulation to win popularity votes from Sabah and Sarawak in preparation for the coming General Election. This is seriously manipulative and the MPs from these two East Malaysian states should not step back in their resistance and allowed themselves to be won over and be misguided into thinking that the issue is no longer... Read more

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