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Islamic principles, Malays can not be compromised - Sultan Nazrin

PUTRAJAYA: What was agreed when the drafting of the Constitution of the People touched upon the fundamental principles of Islam and Malays should not be traded for the sake of short-term political gains.

The Sultan of Perak, Sultan Nazrin Muizzuddin Shah, said the principles should not be completely compromised and improperly sacrificed because of the importance of prioritizing or protecting any party, organization or individual.

 "All the consent must be respected. Whatever the reason, whatever the tactics, the short-term goals of any party, do not get into the ranking of the fate of the ummah today and in the future.
"Ummah must stand firm, stand firm, do not step down even once," he said when addressing the National Strengthening Convention: Toward the Existing Wills fateful here today.

Also present were Perak Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Zambry Abd Kadir and Chairman of the Ummah Unity Consultative Panel - National Dakwah Council (MDN) Tan Sri Dr Aziz Abdul Rahman.

Sultan Nazrin said the King was not merely a complement the custom of the country the monarchy, the peoples of the sultan and the symbol of carrying out the task of entertainment solely.

"Everything that happens is in the vision and hearing room of the Kings.
"The Rulers' views are straightforward in matters pertaining to the religion of Islam, national language, national unity, judicial independence, corruption, abuse of power and many more than the desire to keep the country stable and secure, citizens are peaceful and prosperous," he said. The king.

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