CM'S TWO TERMS LIMIT GOOD MOVE, BUT NEED AMENDMENTS TO STATE CONSTITUTION: ABG JOHARI

KUCHING: The two term limit for the Chief Minister position was a good move, according to Sarawak Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg. However, he said any steps to implement the decision should also take into consideration Sarawak and Sabah's autonomous powers. "In principal it is good, but Sarawak and Sabah are autonomous states and if it is to happen we need to make amendments to our state constitution and for any d...

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