Kitingan: Sabah, Sarawak must hold 35% of parliamentary seats to protect rights of states

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah and Sarawak must hold at least 35% of the parliamentary seats to protect the rights and special privileges of both states, says Datuk Seri Dr Jeffrey Kitingan.

The Sabah STAR president said the percentage of the seats allocated to Singapore before it left the Federation should be the justification for Sabah and Sarawak to be given more seats.

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