Adam Adli's UPSI suspension extended indefinitely

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  • Wednesday, 18 Sep 2013

PETALING JAYA: Student activist Adam Adli has been suspended from Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris (UPSI) indefinitely, extending his three-semester suspension imposed on him in 2012 until the conclusion of his on-going sedition case.

In a statement, Adam said he received a letter dated Sept 6, signed by the university's vice-chancellor Professor Datuk Zakaria Kasa, stating he was suspended indefinitely because of his on-going sedition trial.

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