Reasons for being anti anti-party hopping law


I HAVE said it before and I say it again: Any anti-party hopping law contravenes the Constitution of Malaysia or is not enforceable and/or is not desirable. It is also unconscionable.

The implications are grave. Such a law impinges on the very fabric of a democratic society. Why so? The answer is quite simple.

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