There is no need for a second royal commission of inquiry on illegal immigrants in Sabah, said Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Liew Vui Keong today.
He said an RCI on the issue, presided by a five-man bench led by former Sabah and Sarawak chief justice Steve Shim Lip Kiong, had been conducted in 2013.
“We can utilise the report that was completed then (2013) and I hope the report will be presented to the government, and maybe to Parliament and Sabah Legislative Assembly sittings."
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Liew said this to reporters after the presentation of Aidilfitri contributions to old folk in his constituency of Batu Sapi.
The minister was responding to PBS' call for a second RCI to be set up to probe the issuance of documents to undocumented migrants.
On an RCI on judicial misconduct, he said the matter would be looked into pending a lawsuit filed by Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) president Yong Teck Lee challenging its legality.