No action against schoolchildren in Penang climate change protest

Susan Loone

Modified 7 Jun 2019, 10:48 am

The Penang Education Department will not take action against the 11 schoolchildren who took part in the climate change protest in Bayan Baru last week.

When contacted, Penang State Education Department deputy director Abdul Rashid Abdul Samad said the school was asked to submit a report on the matter and there was "no issue"...

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