If there is one Malaysian parent, Sabah will help the children


First Minister Shafie Apdal.

KOTA KINABALU: Children born in Sabah and enumerated as foreigners, although their parents are a local community, will be supported through a entitlement program which ensures a better future for them.

Sabah, the First Minister, Shafie Apdal, said it would be a benefit to this group, as their government had established, that they should have a better future.

But, he said that the procedures were strict, which introduced the applicant to prove that the child was born on Sunday and that one of the parents is a local resident, before further action.

Shafie, who is also Sempor MP, said the argument was that the government had given illegal immigrants recognition to illegal immigration immigrants.

“If one of the Malaysian parents is, we have to help their children.

“We'll help and identify the problem.

“If the parents are foreigners, we will send them back to their country of origin.

“But if the child was born in Sabah and one of the parents is from Sabah, we won't send them anywhere,” he said in today.

Shafie said there would be provision for every child born in Sabah, and with blood links with Sabah.

Situated today at the Dewan Rakyat minister, the minister home made a stewardship of Sabah's attempt to promote the government effort to help this group serve as illegal clue cards to immigration visitors t -loking.

Deputy Prime Minister Azis Jamman, who is also an MP Sepanggar, said the validation program would fail if the opponents could break out of complaining.

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