Salleh Said Keruak: Issuing of Red IC to Sabahan Native is Not BN’s Fault

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Datuk Musa Aman
Datuk Musa Aman

KOTA KINABALU: Former chief minister Datuk Salleh Said Keruak has called on the Federal Government appoint a Sabahan to head the National Registration Department in the state, and revamp the department.

He said this was necessary to quash the public’s negative perceptions of the department with regard to citizenship status.

Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman said the suggestion by Salleh and others would be studied.

A furore has erupted in Sabah over the case of Yong Lee Hua who was issued a red identity card (permanent resident status) in replacement of her blue IC that was stolen in a supermarket in Penampang last year.

Yong, of Sino-Kadazan parentage, is regarded as a native.

Salleh said that downgrading the status of a native to that of a permanent resident was unacceptable. – NST Online

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2 responses to “Salleh Said Keruak: Issuing of Red IC to Sabahan Native is Not BN’s Fault

  1. Sukacita sya mencadangkan di sini bahawa bagi orang orang menjadi Rakyat Sabah harus mengikut peraturan undang-undang yang sedia ada seperi dahulu bahawa tinggal di negeri Sabah selama lima tidak pernah ke mana-mana hanya di Sabah layak pemohon penduduk tetap ini , boleh mengurangkan penularan pengeluaran Ic Palsu dan bagi pengeluaran Natives status hendaklah mempunyai dokumen yang cukup untuk melayakkan mereka memohon status Native

  2. Di samping itu jangan segala pengurusan dalam perkara tadi jangan terlalu banyak berokrai, bagi mereka yang layak bagi mereka lah supaya mereka bebas mencari rezeki yang halal dibumi yang tercinta ini kita ini sama-sama dari kepulauan Nusantara(kepulauan Aripalago) mereka ini ingin menyumbang bakti kepada Negara kita.

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