Parliament secretary replacement gives 'undue influence' perception: opposition parties

Modified 14 May 2020, 9:33 am

Opposition parties have said that the last-minute replacement of the Parliament secretary just days before the May 18 sitting is a worrying development.

In a joint statement today, Pakatan Harapan, Bersatu and Warisan also expressed disappointment that the one-day Dewan Rakyat sitting on May 18 will not be a full sitting, which they claimed is the first in Malaysian history.

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