Satu laporan mendedahkan berikut:
http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2017/05/06/almost-half-of-chinese-surveyed-want-to-emigrate/Bagi yang mahu berhijrah, fikir baik-baik sebelum mohon keearganegaraan asing.
Mana tahu mahu pulang dan jadi.wakil rakyat kemudian hari.
Sarawak assemblyperson Dr Ting Tiong Choon (DAP - Pujut) has been disqualified from his post,
Meanwhile, at a press conference aired on Sarawak DAP’s Facebook page, Ting said he had renounced his Australian citizenship after he was recruited by Talent Corporation Malaysia (TalentCorp) to return to Malaysia.
He said the year-long process of renouncing his Australian citizenship was completed just prior to the Sarawak State Election, which fell on May 7 last year. He added that he never lost his Malaysian citizenship.
Hello DAP, why you so stupid?
You just confirmed to the world that you did indeed take up Australian citizenship and breached Malaysia's laws.
Malaysia does not recognize dual citizenship. In fact, those who failed to voluntarily renounce would have their citizenship revoked because Malaysia does not recognise dual citizenship as stipulated under Article 24 (1) of the Federal Constitution.
Malaysians risk losing their citizenship if the authorities are satisfied that foreign citizenship was obtained through registration, naturalisation or voluntarily through other formal arrangements other than by marriage.
“The Federal Government could then order the revocation of the person’s citizenship,”
Under Article 23 (1) of the Federal Constitution, citizens above 21 years of age, and of sound mind, should formally renounce their citizenship when they are about to gain citizenship of another country.
Just go back to Australia since you like it so much until you took citizenship. Don't ever come back.
Setakat ini, DAP tersenyap terkejut. Hanya usaha diversion kepada Dr Sim.
Mana boleh samakan kerana dia belajar dan pulang. Tidak mohon kewarganegaraan.
Namun peguam propembangkang pun bersetuju dengan keputusan ini.
Even the lawyer who deal a lot with DAP says so...
"Under Article 17 (1) of the Sarawak Constitution, one of the conditions that may cause you to be disqualified from your seat is if you have voluntarily acquired the citizenship of another country," said Syahredzan.
"It does appear that even if he subsequently renounced his Australian citizenship, the fact that he acquired it in the first place would disqualify him," he added.
Mungkin ada tertamya kenapa perlu undian di DUN jika sudah mandatori?
Kita tunggu Speaker buat kenyataan.