NGO calls for law against party-hopping and equal fund allocation for all MPs


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  • Friday, 28 Dec 2018

Nazrin (third from left) and the Sedar leadership hold up posters of their petition drive at Wisma MCA in KL on Dec 28, 2018. The petition calls for legislative changes to combat party-hopping among elected representatives, as well as equal allocations for Pakatan and opposition MPs.

KUALA LUMPUR: A newly-registered NGO calling themselves Sedar (Sahabat Erat Dan Amanat Rakyat Malaysia) has started a petition calling for an anti-hopping law and equal allocation of funds for MPs from both the ruling government and the opposition.

Its president Nazrin Norani said the petition came about following feedback that many citizens were fed-up with the politicking and party-hopping taking place.

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