Court orders Ting restored as Pujut state rep

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The Kuching High Court has restored Ting Tiong Choon as Pujut state assemblyperson in its decision delivered today.

In a Facebook post by Sarawak DAP secretary Alan Ling today, he said the judge ruled that Ting's disqualification was not valid for a number of reasons.

Ting was disqualified by the Sarawak State Assembly on May 12 for allegedly having Australian citizenship.

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