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COMMENT At last somebody on the security forces side of things has injected some sense into the Chin Peng ashes debate.

Former inspector-general of police Abdul Rahim Mohd Noor has weighed in on the debate - firmly on the side of us keeping our solemn commitments as outlined in an international peace agreement.

Chin Peng, longtime secretary-general of the Communist Party of Malaya, was denied entry into Malaysia and now that he is dead, his ashes are barred from being brought into the country for interment, presumably at the Chinese cemetery in the village of Pundut, in Lumut, where the graves of the CPM leader's parents lie.

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