Staying the moderate course

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  • Sunday, 28 Jun 2015

Founder member of G25 Tan Sri Ahmad Kamil Jaafar talks about what’s ahead for the grouping.

A group of 25 prominent Malays made the headlines on Dec 8 last year, with their open letter calling for a review of syariah and civil law, to be in line with the supremacy of the Federal Constitution.

They are pushing for a high-powered committee which would recommend amendments to meet the needs of Muslims while also entrenching the rights of minorities. Their stand has drawn both strong support and opposition from other new groups.

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