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Monday, June 30, 2014

Ex-CJ: Helming unity council will make me Malay traitor

Former chief justice Abdul Hamid Mohamad said he was offered to lead the National Unity Consultative Council (NUCC) but turned it down as he feared becoming a traitor to his race and religion.

"I was scared that I would become a traitor to the Malay race and Islam," he was quoted as saying by Bernama.

Abdul Hamid claimed he was unaware what the composition of the NUCC would be at that time but after it was announced, his concerns were proven right.

"The Malay and Muslim members will not be able to defend the (bumiputera) position as provided in the Federal Constitution nor will they want to defend it due to their liberal views.

"Members who are from Sabah and Sarawak, particularly those who are Christians and are upset with Malays and Muslims in the peninsula due to the Allah issue, will also be in cahoots without realising their rights too will be eroded," he said.

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