Maszlee: No further action will be taken against MGS Primary


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  • Friday, 18 Oct 2019

Matter resolved: Maszlee (centre) with (from fifth left) Dompok, Moey, FCMSM adviser Catholic Archbishop of Kuala Lumpur Rev Julian Leow and Amin in a group shot after the meeting at the Education Ministry in Putrajaya.

PETALING JAYA: No further action will be taken against Methodist Girls Primary School (MGS Primary) over the recent controversy that had arisen over its Awards Ceremony and Speech Day that took place on Sept 27.

Allaying fears and anxiety that had arisen among mission schools, Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik said no further action would be taken and the status quo of the practices of the mission school would be observed, according to a press release issued by the Federation of Christian Mission Schools, Malaysia (FCMSM).

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