MCA leader ropes in red shirts on 'strip citizenship over BM proposal'

Modified 13 Oct 2016, 11:43 am

An MCA leader recognised the importance of Malaysians to be proficient in the national language, but criticised the call for those who are unable to master Bahasa Malaysia to be stripped of their citizenship.

MCA religious harmony bureau deputy chief Ng Chok Sin said the values of citizenship should be centred on abiding with the rule of law.

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