The decision to hold Malaysia’s first parliamentary sitting of the year for only one day – on 18 May – has drawn much criticism. In light of that, BFM speaks to Lim Wei Jiet, constitutional lawyer, about whether this will fulfil the constitutional recommendation for Parliament to meet every six months and if it violates the spirit of the law itself.
Produced by Maryam Maznorzuhairi
Presented by Lyn Mak and Wong Shou Ning
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