Najib: Sarawak must meet two conditions to get rights back


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  • Sunday, 24 Dec 2017

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KUCHING: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has given an assurance on the return of Sarawak rights, provided that “red lines” are not crossed.

He said Putrajaya had no pro­blem discussing with the Sarawak government the devolution of po­­wer and returning all constitutional rights that were eroded over the years, provided that Sara­wakians met two conditions.

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