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Sunday May 30, 2010

Revoke RPK’s citizenship, Govt urged

KUALA LUMPUR: The Government should revoke the citizenship of Malaysia Today editor Raja Petra Kamaruddin, Cheras Umno division chairman Datuk Syed Ali Alhabshee said.

He said the Government should revoke his citizenship as Raja Petra was no longer keen on staying here.

Furthermore, his activities could affect peace in Malaysia, he said.

“Citizens who are not patriotic should not be given a place here. Raja Petra should be given appropriate punishment for what he has done,” he wrote in his blog umnobahagiancheras.blogspot.com.

Earlier reports indicated that Raja Petra is now in Britain.

Syed Ali also urged the Govern­ment to carry out investigations on corporate figures and private sectors financing Raja Petra.

“If the Government fails to do so, it might give an impression that there are insiders who are in cahoots with Raja Petra. It is strange that the Government is slow in taking action against Raja Petra.”

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