Sabah's permanent committee on the state's illegal immigration problem has been criticised for failing to produce its report that was supposed to detail solutions to the problem.
Parti Warisan Sabah deputy president Darell Leiking said the report was more crucial now, following reports that some suspected foreign criminals had entered Sabah and were later nabbed in Peninsular Malaysia.
"To make things worse, some of them are already inside our security and defence agencies, such as the People's Volunteer Corps (Rela).
"The voter list, which has been being tainted with individuals, presumably non-Malaysian citizens, who shared the same identity card numbers with genuine Sabahans or Malaysians, also remained unresolved to date," Leiking said in a statement today.
In 2014, a Royal Commission of Inquiry into Sabah's problems with illegal immigration found that a syndicate involving civil servants had illegally granted citizenship to foreigners in large numbers...