Strip citizenship of those not well-versed in Malay, Johor rep says


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  • Thursday, 20 Nov 2014

JOHOR BARU: An assemblyman caused a stir in the state assembly when he suggested that students who fail to master the national language be stripped of their citizenship.

Datuk Dr Shahruddin Salleh (BN-Jorak) (pic) said many students were not able to master the language and this was even prevalent among the Malays.

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