Barisan, PAS lawmakers willing to amend Constitution to separate AG's powers


KUALA LUMPUR: Opposition lawmakers from Barisan Nasional and PAS will support a Pakatan Harapan amendment of the Federal Constitution to separate the powers of the Attorney General (AG) and the Public Prosecutor.

The assurance was given by senior Umno and PAS lawmakers when Hanipa Maidin, the Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Department in charge of law, told Parliament there are no plans at the moment to separate the powers.

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