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MP SPEAKS | The Parliament questions that were never to be

Charles Santiago

Published
Modified 20 May 2020, 4:37 am
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MP SPEAKS | It’s that sinking feeling that you get in your tummy, made worse by waves of nausea.

Not that I am physically unwell. But as a lawmaker, I feel robbed of my voice and my chance to raise legitimate and crucial issues in Parliament.

And by this, I mean matters that are of concern to my constituents, myself and many Malaysians.

I wanted more answers to the mystery-shrouded plea-bargain, which has seen Riza Abdul Aziz given a discharge not amounting to an acquittal.

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