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Popek Popek Parlimen: Hurtful Words Banned In The Dewan

23-Oct-23 17:00

Popek Popek Parlimen: Hurtful Words Banned In The Dewan

MPs were banned from using the words "kafir", "Zionist", and "Yahudi" to refer to each other in parliament, by Dewan Speaker Tan Sri Johari Abdul. The Speaker said it was wrong to use words that could cause feelings of hurt or enmity between different commnities in Malaysia, and reminded MPs to prioritise national issues instead of using the Dewan Rakyat for politicking. Other topics discussed included issues involving the 3Rs, mechanisms for EPF Flexi accounts, and roadblocks in the process to obtaining citizenship.

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Produced by: Wan Eizzul Islam

Presented by: Lee Chwi Lynn, Sharmilla Ganesan


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