Dance controversy: Not morals, but of separation of powers, says KJ

Ng Xiang Yi

Modified 20 Jan 2019, 12:23 pm

Former BN minister Khairy Jamaluddin has said that the controversy surrounding the act of the country's highest ranked legal officers and its law minister dancing at a legal gala dinner recently has nothing to do with moral policing.

Instead, he stressed that the issue at the heart of the matter was the separation of powers between the executive and judiciary.

"The dancing controversy is not about dancing, we are not so close-minded...

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