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Editor's note: Updated to reflect that Health Ministry director-general Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah deleted the part of his statement claiming MPs agreed to the suspension of Parliament if there were Covid-19 cases.
Seremban MP Anthony Loke has disputed Health Ministry director-general Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah's claim that government and opposition representatives agreed for Parliament to be suspended if Covid-19 cases were found during the special sitting which started on July 26.
"I take that Noor Hisham's statement claiming the opposition agreed with the postponement of Parliament to be confusing the public," Loke (above) said in a statement.
Yesterday, Noor Hisham said the Health Ministry met with party representatives from the government and opposition on July 26, shortly before the start of the special Dewan Rakyat sitting.
During the meeting, he said the ministry recommended for the sitting to be postponed until the vaccination rate in the Klang Valley hits 40 percent.
Alternatively, he said the Health Ministry suggested that Parliament proceed with precautions (reduced capacity and length) but should immediately be suspended if Covid-19 cases were found.
Noor Hisham said the bipartisan meeting agreed to the second option. However, this part was later deleted from his statement.
The original copy containing the following text: "Mesyuarat termasuk wakil parti-parti politik telah memutuskan untuk melaksanakan opsyen (ii)" is still available on archive.
Loke said while opposition representatives did agree to the precautionary measures, they did not endorse a postponement.Health Ministry director-general Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah
Loke, who represented DAP, said he was among the opposition representatives at the meeting. He added that Kulim-Bandar Baru MP Saifuddin Nasution Ismail representing PKR and Dzulkefly Ahmad representing Amanah were also there.
"The three of us agreed for the sitting to proceed with the standard operating procedures (SOPs) that were already implemented including the pre-screening for all MPs.
"I also proposed that if there were any concerns, we were willing to undergo testing every week and if any MPs were found to be positive, they should undergo quarantine.
The government last Saturday announced the sitting would be suspended after the discovery of 11 Covid-19 cases.
However, Loke criticised the decision, stating it only represented less than one percent of the more than 1,000 people tested.
The Health Ministry defended the decision, stating that six out of the 11 people who tested positive were highly contagious.
It was likely they carried the highly infectious Delta variant, the ministry added.
Opposition wants PM out
Meanwhile, Pakatan Harapan and other opposition leaders, in a joint statement, also criticised Parliament's suspension and demanded Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin's resignation.