Info in report ‘not secret’, gov’t withdraws motion against Bersih

Lu Wei Hoong


PARLIAMENT | The government has withdrawn its motion for Parliament to probe Bersih for breaking the embargo on the 2017 Sabah redelineation report which was to have been tabled today.

The withdrawal was requested by Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Liew Vui Keong in the Dewan Rakyat at 4.20pm, although no reason was given.

Speaking to reporters in Parliament lobby later, the de facto law minister said it was decided the information contained in the redelineation report was not secret...

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