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RCI report: Take drastic action to tackle illegal immigrant issue, authorities urged

KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Cabinet wants the relevant authorities to take drastic action to resolve once and for all, the issue of illegal immigrants in the state.


RCI report: Act swiftly to clean up system, Dompok tells Government

PETALING JAYA: The Government must act swiftly on the improprieties in the issuance of identity cards to immigrants as reflected in the report, said former Sabah Chief Minister Tan Sri Bernard Dompok.


RCI report: Record of birth for kids of stateless people

KOTA KINABALU: Children of stateless people born in Sabah will be issued a record of birth document, and will no longer get birth certificates.


RCI report: Project IC ‘more likely’ had existed

PETALING JAYA: The controversial “Project IC” had “more likely than not” existed, concluded the Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI).


RCI report: Permanent panel to be formed to tackle issues

KOTA KINABALU: A permanent secretariat focusing on issues related to foreigners in Sabah will be set up in line with the recommendations of the Royal Commission of Inquiry. It will be supported by a management committee.


RCI report: 'Ample evidence' syndicates working with corrupt officials

PETALING JAYA: There is ample evidence of syndicates working with corrupt officials in the illegal issuance of Malaysian identity cards and other documents.


RCI report: Ex-chief judge: Government should pick a non-politician

PETALING JAYA: Former Chief Judge of Sabah and Sarawak Tan Sri Steve Shim said it was important that the Government appoints a non-politician to head the management committee on immigrants in Sabah, as recommended in the Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) report on Sabah immigrants.


RCI report: ‘They came in droves for work’

PETALING JAYA: Sabah’s dramatic population spike was among the greatest concerns of witnesses in the inquiry.


RCI report: Who are the illegals?

MOST workers called by the RCI had entered Sabah illegally due to war and hardship between 1970s and 2000s. Most hold various immigration documents and identity cards of varying status with some even having voted in the elections.


RCI report: Esscom studying relocation of squatter settlements in 10 districts

PETALING JAYA: The Eastern Sabah Security Command (Esscom) is conducting preliminary studies on the relocation and resettlement of certain squatter settlements in 10 districts.