KUCHING: There has yet to be any firm decision on whether the Anti-Party Hopping Bill will be implemented in Sarawak, said Datuk Talat Mahmood Abdul Rashid today.
The State Attorney-General was at the Kuching Court Complex to pay tribute to three departed outstanding Sarawakian judges through a reference proceeding in open court.
“We will have a look at it, and no decision has been made.
“We will need to study it and see whether it will be implemented in Sarawak,” he said when met by the media after the reference proceeding was held.
The Anti-Party Hopping Bill was passed in Parliament on July 28 after exceeding the required two-thirds majority needed for a constitutional amendment.