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Gov't urged to be more open to demands from Malay-Muslim NGOs

Anne Muhammad & Alyaa Alhadjri  |  Published:  |  Modified:

The new government should be more open to demands made by Malay-Muslim NGOs out to defend Islam and protect the rights of the majority in Malaysia, said Ummah secretariat chief Aminuddin Yahaya.

Aminuddin told the Pakatan Harapan government that they had only obtained about 42 percent of the popular vote in the 14th general election despite securing enough seats to form the new federal government.

"Do not attempt to provoke the spirit of the majority of Malaysians with concerted attacks on the Federal Constitution," Aminuddin said at a press conference after the Himpunan Kebangkitan Ummah (Rise of the Ummah) rally at Sultan Sulaiman Club in Kuala Lumpur this afternoon...

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