Parliament adjourns temporarily after statement from Palace

KUALA LUMPUR: The Parliament sitting on Thursday (July 29) has been temporarily adjourned until 2.30pm after a statement by Istana Negara accused the government of going against the Constitution.

The temporary adjournment was announced by Deputy Speaker Datuk Mohd Rashid Hasnon, in response to calls by MPs following the statement by the palace.

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