COMMENT | The strange logic of a one-day Parliament sitting

Khoo Ying Hooi


COMMENT | Similar to many other Malaysians, I am deeply concerned that the present government has only scheduled a one-day sitting of the Parliament on May 18. According to various news reports, there will be no motions and no debates during the sitting until the next sitting that is scheduled sometime in July.

I feel compelled to write this as a citizen of Malaysia, out of frustration and anger. More importantly, I want my voice to be represented, as that is exactly what a parliament should be for.

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