'Anjing' and 'binatang' echoes in Parliament


Hazlan Zakaria            

PARLIAMENT Despite Speaker Pandikar Amin Mulia's urging for members of the 13th Parliament to 'ubah' (change) to mature and well-behaved parliamentarians, cries of "anjing" (dog) and "binatang" (animal) filled the Dewan Rakyat yesterday as veteran MPs found that old habits die hard, and new kids on the block eager to show spunk portrayed their witty side, or lack thereof.


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'Anjing' and 'binatang' echoes in Parliament

Hazlan Zakaria,

PARLIAMENT Despite Speaker Pandikar Amin Mulia's urging for members of the 13th Parliament to 'ubah' (change) to mature and well-behaved parliamentarians, cries of "anjing" (dog) and "binatang" (animal) filled the Dewan Rakyat yesterday as veteran MPs found that old habits die hard, and new kids on the block eager to show spunk portrayed their witty side, or lack thereof.


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