Opposition leaders seek two-week Parliament sitting

Decision venue: Dr Mahathir has announced that the next Prime Minister will be chosen in the Dewan Rakyat on Monday.

PETALING JAYA: Opposition leaders have urged the government to allow Parliament to sit for two weeks, since the movement control order (MCO) has been relaxed.

With a relaxed MCO, this meant that the threat of Covid-19 has been under control and several activities could continue with the condition that it follows the standard operating procedures (SOPs), they said.

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