Karpal: It’s time to enact anti-hopping law

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  • Wednesday, 16 Jun 2010

GEORGE TOWN: DAP chairman Karpal Singh has renewed his call for the Government to consider enacting anti-hopping legislation or a code of ethics for politicians to ensure that elected representatives vacate their seats after quitting the party.

This follows the sudden move by Malim Nawar assemblyman Keshwinder Singh to quit the party in Perak and become a Barisan Nasional-friendly independent assemblyman.

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