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Dewan Negara president Rais Yatim has suggested that a code of ethics for elected representatives be introduced to MPs and assemblypersons to make them respected and exemplary leaders.
In his writing in the Journal of the Malaysian Parliament entitled "Etika legislatif untuk wakil rakyat" (Legislative ethics for elected representatives), he said the code of ethics was also important to "control" and "discipline" elected representatives when taking part in debate sessions.
Rais (above) said since Parliament is a place where the country's leaders are born, members must also consist of those with academic qualifications and are well mannered.
However, he said, in reality, and based on the Parliament Hansard, the behaviour, speech and debating style of elected representatives in the Parliament were moving backwards, referring to the speech by three MPs who used offensive language in 2018.
Therefore, Rais said changes in internal and external legislative work should be initiated, including the introduction of a code of ethics for the elected representatives that can be enforced in accordance with the Houses of Parliament (Privileges and Powers) Act 1952 (Act 347) or through the setting up of a special committee under Dewan Rakyat, Dewan Negara or state legislative assemblies.
He also suggested that training courses be given to MPs and assemblypersons to ensure that they become elected representatives with integrity and have extensive legal knowledge.
“Make it mandatory for all elected representatives to undergo at least six months of training. Those who are absent must be subject to legislative disciplinary action under Act 347,” he said.