Kit Siang moots another RCI over Teoh Beng Hock death

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DAP parliamentary leader Lim Kit Siang has proposed that another Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) be formed to probe Teoh Beng Hock's death which occurred eight years ago.

Lim said he hoped that Pakatan Harapan would implement this within 100 days after winning the next general election. He said that this proposal was not new as it was promised by Pakatan Rakyat during the 2013 election.

He said that this was necessary because no one has been prosecuted over Beng Hock's death till date, despite the first RCI in 2011 claiming that the deceased committed suicide due to aggressive interrogation tactics by three MACC officers.

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