Malaysian MP probed over Sabah, Sarawak comments, highlighting sensitivities over threat by ‘golden geese’ to fly away

A Malaysian lawmaker was this week summoned for investigation by the police after making a speech in parliament in which he said there were growing calls for secession within the eastern state of Sabah over perceived discrimination by the federal government.After his summons, at a press conference in parliament, Azis Jamman of the opposition Warisan party in Sabah expressed disappointment over the police’s move and said he stood by his words.He also questioned why he was the only MP called in…

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