Majority believe Malaysia not ready for hudud

 

BANGI, 16 July 2014: A survey carried among voters in Peninsular Malaysia found that 58% of Malay respondents report that the country is not ready to implement Islamic penal code (hudud laws) along with 59% and 61% Chinese and Indian respondents respectively.

Overall 59% of the respondents believe that the country is not ready to implement hudud laws. The survey found that only 25% of the total respondents and 30% of Malay respondents believe that the country is ready for hudud laws implementation at this time.

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