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More details needed for mandatory death penalty abolition
Jun 16, 2022
More needs to be done following the Cabinet’s decision to abolish the mandatory death penalty.
Experts say the government needs to list out the types of criminal offences that carry the sentence because details for now are unclear.
They want to know whether the abolishment would involve all offences that carry the sentence.
They say doing so is necessary as the government plans to carry out a public survey on the abolition of the mandatory death penalty.
SPM results out today!
Over 400,000 candidates will be receiving their SPM examination results today.
Candidates can now collect their result slips at their respective schools, and they can also check their results online until June 24th.
Meanwhile, President of the National Union of the Teaching Profession, Aminuddin Awang has congratulated all candidates receiving their results.
He also praised teachers who worked hard to ensure the candidates’ success in the exam.
He adds that regardless of the results, candidates of the 2021 SPM examination will be remembered as the batch who faced the most challenges in their preparation for the papers due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Immigration Dept will give full cooperation after seven officers arrested
The Immigration Department will give its full cooperation to the MACC following the arrest of seven of the department’s officers.
Earlier, the MACC reported the arrest of seven enforcement officers as part of probes into a case of soliciting bribes totalling over half a million ringgit.
The seven were nabbed for allegedly being involved in the irregular issuance of passes, immigration documents, and protecting foreigners.
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