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Ministry urged to allow Penang’s 472 stateless kids to attend school

Susan Loone  |  Published:  |  Modified:

The Penang government is currently faced with 472 cases of stateless children born to either Malaysian parents or foreigners without marriage certificates, according to Deputy Chief Minister II P Ramasamy.

At his opening speech at the Citizenship Carnival in Komtar today, Ramasamy said that although these cases are complex, his officers would do their best to help those affected.

He also urged the Education Ministry to ensure that these children are able to attend public school...

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