ROS greenlights Bersatu meeting, says rules eased under conditional MCO

Modified 4 Jun 2020, 12:59 pm

The Registrar of Societies (ROS) today said that they have no objection to Bersatu holding its supreme council meeting tonight.

In a statement, it said society bodies have been allowed to organise committee meetings or other social activities since the government started easing its movement control order (MCO) starting May 1.

However, such activities can only be held after seeking permission from ROS, with the condition that it does not involve a large group of people.

"Following the easing of MCO to conditional MCO, which saw... 

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