After years of legal battles, three stateless children get citizenship


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  • Thursday, 14 Feb 2019

PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): It's a joyous day for three stateless children who were born in Malaysia as the Home Affairs Ministry has agreed to register them as citizens of Malaysia.

Lawyer Datuk Dr Cyrus Das informed the court that they received the letters from the ministry Thursday (Feb 14) morning, approving citizenship for the three boys under Article 15A of the Federal Constitution.

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