Rome treaty being used to play on Malay fear, argues Syed Husin

Shakira Buang

Modified 27 Apr 2019, 9:50 am

Elements of race and religion were injected into Putrajaya's ratification of the Rome Statute by certain leaders to solidify their own position, said academic-turned-politician Syed Husin Ali.

Syed Husin, a former anthropology and sociology professor, said such leaders were playing on the fear of the Malay community about their position...

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