‘UEC recognition is based on needs’

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  • Friday, 27 Jul 2018

IPOH: The Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) is something practical and its recognition is long overdue, says Perak Education Com­mittee chairman Abdul Aziz Bari.

The constitutional law expert said the recognition of UEC was based on needs and not to challenge the status of Bahasa Malaysia as the nation’s official language.

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