MTUC must ‘stay apolitical’


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  • Friday, 31 Dec 2010

PETALING JAYA: Newly-elected Malaysian Trades Union Congress president Mohd Khalid Atan reminded leaders to be apolitical when wearing the congress hat.

Mohd Khalid, who is not aligned with any political party, said it was high time a clear line is drawn in keeping with MTUC’s constitution that states it is a non-partisan organisation.

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