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But Sarawak rejected the proposal because it was based on the Federation of Malaya Agreement of 1957 whereas Sarawak became part of the Federation of Malaysia only in 1963.
He contended that the withdrawal of the review was made without discussing and tabling it first in Parliament.
The apex court also ruled that in the case of conversion, both parents must consent to it instead of only one.
Wan Junaidi's statement made no mention of whether the committee would be summoning witnesses to attend committee meetings in person, which was the norm for select committees.
However, Wan Junaidi, in his statement today, did not reveal the upcoming meeting dates and said he was compelled to ensure the secrecy of discussions and documents in line with Standing Order 85.