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Sabah NGOs voice their objection to illegal assembly

Illegal assembly create havoc. Permission from the government is required and must before you start any assembly. Think first before you act. 

KLANG: Ten businessmen and 18 non-governmental organisations (NGOs) here lodged police reports urging for stern action to be taken against those participating in an illegal assembly scheduled for July 9.

The businessmen were from the tourism and hotel sector while the NGOs included the Kampung Idaman Malay Youth Association (Pekidam), Pulau Ketam Youth Association, the Sungai Pinang Federal Village Development and Security Committee (JKKKP) and Belia 4B Kawasan Kota Raja.

People's Progressive Party (PPP) national assistant information chief Tiong Yap Choon said the proposed illegal assembly by trouble makers also caused fear among Asean member countries participating in the Asian Ice Skiing Competition to be held in a shopping complex in Petaling Jaya early next month.

He said the participating countries such as Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand and Hong Kong had contacted him asking for assurance on their safety.

"However, we have already convinced them that the security situation is under control and that the authorities are ensuring their safety.

In KOTA KINABALU, NGOs in Sabah rejected the illegal assembly, describing it as an alien culture in the State.

The advisor of the Sabah Kadazandusun Murut Welfare and Education Association (Pekadin), Latif Kandok, said many other channels could be used to express dissatisfaction including through the legal process.

"Demonstrations or illegal assemblies are not part of our culture.

Right from the start, the people of Sabah love peace and moderation in life especially when it comes to racial harmony," he said Tuesday.

President of the Sabah Tidung Association, Datuk Juslie Ajirol, said the illegal assembly under the guise of democracy would only jeopardise national security and peace.

Other NGOs that expressed their opposition included the Tawau Area Fishermen's Association, Persatuan Bangsa Sungai Sabah (Sabas), and the Tawau Malay Taxi Owners and Drivers Association (Persarum)

Story Arrangement By: Harry George
Sources: Daily Express and Bernama Online
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