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While Parliament is a place for serious business, sexist and derogatory remarks have often been used by lawmakers during heated debates. Photo: Malay Mail Online


KUALA LUMPUR — Many were shocked earlier this week by an Umno MP’s controversial remarks on rapists marrying their victims, but lawmakers in Parliament in Malaysia have long been making remarks that range from insensitive and tactless to crude and downright bizarre. While Parliament is a place for serious business where elected representatives deliberate on new laws, sexist and derogatory remarks have often been used by lawmakers during heated debates. Here is a list of selected occasions when Malaysian MPs made remarks that provoked outrage and raised eyebrows among Malaysians: 2007 May 9 Umno’s Kinabatangan MP Bung Mokhtar Radin infamously alluded to a woman’s menstrual cycle when commenting on a leaky ceiling in Parliament, using “bocor” or leak to describe the monthly periods. “Where is the leak? Batu Gajah MP also leaks every m…

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