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Ding Kuong Hiing (Sarikei)
Juslie Ajirol (Libaran)
Sapawi Amat Wasali (Sipitang)
Richard Riot (Serian)

THE following are the Members of Parliament (MPs) who did not reply to the six questions under MP Watch: Eye on Parliament as of Wednesday, 17 Feb 2010, the end of their two-week deadline. Their responses will be updated if and when they reply.

1
(Source: parlimen.gov.my)
Name: Ding Kuong Hiing
Constituency:
Sarikei

Party: SUPP (Sarawak United Peoples’ Party)
Years as MP:
Since 2008
Government position:
None

Party position:
Ordinary member

Membership in parliamentary committees or caucus: None

Blog/Website: None


2Name: Juslie Ajirol
Constituency:
Libaran

Party: Umno
Years as MP:
Since 1999
Government position:
None

Party position:
Libaran division deputy chief

Membership in parliamentary committees or caucus: None

Blog/Website: Facebook – YB Datuk Juslie Ajirol


3Name: Sapawi bin Haji Amat Wasali @ Ahmad
Constituency:
Sipitang

Party: Umno
Years as MP:
Since 2008
Government position:
None

Party position:
Sipitang division chief, Sabah Umno Information chief

Membership in parliamentary committees or caucus: None

Blog/Website: http://datuksapawiahmad.blogspot.com


Name: Richard Riot Anak Jaem
Constituency:
Serian

Party: SUPP (Sarawak United Peoples’ Party)
Years as MP:
Since 1990
Government position:
Deputy Foreign Minister (since 1 June 2010)

Party position:
SUPP central working committee member

Membership in parliamentary committees or caucus: None

Blog/Website: None 


Would you support the abolition/review of the Internal Security Act, in particular the provision that allows for detention without trial? Why or why not?

Do you think Malaysia should be a secular or an Islamic state? Why?

How do you define your role as an elected MP? Does Parliament provide you with the necessary infrastructure and support to fulfill your role?

Would you support a Freedom of Information Act? Why or why not?

If there was one thing you could do to strengthen parliamentary democracy in Malaysia, what would it be?

Do you believe in separation of powers between the government, Parliament and judiciary? Why or why not?

For other MP responses, see Full MP list

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