Group disappointed with removal of clause

  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 08 Aug 2017

PETALING JAYA: The Government’s plan to withdraw a clause that would stop unilateral conversion of children to Islam by one parent under the Law Reform (Marriage and Divorce) (Amendment) Bill is disappointing, says Sisters in Islam (SIS).

The group said the current law had failed to serve justice or provide substantive legal recourse for the non-converting spouse, adding this would only cause more pain and harm towards them.

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