Country’s secrets not the same as a crook’s secrets, says Zaid

comments     Alyaa Azhar     Published     Updated

CONGRESS Former law minister Zaid Ibrahim has reminded attorney-general Mohamed Apandi Ali that the country’s secrets are not the same as those of a penyangak (crook).

“I want to remind Apandi that the country’s official secrets are not the same as the secrets of a country’s penyangak,” said Zaid in his speech while opening the People’s Congress in Shah Alam today.

Crooks and their allies, said Zaid, should be imprisoned. And if possible, be given a life sentence.

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