Malaysia parliament expels MP

Opposition MP suspended for a year after labelling deputy PM a "murderer".

    Gobind, a member of the opposition DAP, was suspended following vote by Malaysian MPs

    Najib has denied any involvement in the case.

    Gobind was suspended after the government called a vote of MPs on Monday in the Malaysian parliament.

    Opposition officials have labelled the vote a "kangaroo court" and accused the government of abusing its power.

    SOURCE: Agencies


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