Tag: Sabah Legislative Assembly
The Sabah tourism, culture and environment minister says banning headscarves is actually an administrative decision of hotel managements.
The state opposition leader, asking why Pandikar Amin Mulia is raising the issue now, defends his former party PBS, saying it never had the intention of removing Islam as the official religion even when it held power.
Special Tasks Minister Teo Chee Kang says it is not important to determine whose interpretation of MA63 is right as long as all Sabah's rights are given back.
Warisan vice-president Junz Wong says Musa Aman should not be evasive if he has nothing to hide.
Long-term measures have also been taken to strengthen security along state’s border through trilateral cooperation with the Philippines and Indonesia.
Three of the 55 Assemblymen present oppose the Motion while another, Junz Wong (Likas), abstain.