Majority of Muslim voters think Kelantan Government should focus on post flood reconstruction


BANGI, 16 Mar 2015 – A survey carried among voters in Peninsular Malaysia found that an overwhelming majority (84%) think the Kelantan state government should prioritize repairs and reconstruction of homes damaged during the devastating floods over its current proposal to pass a revision to its 1993 hudud enactment.

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