January 5th, 2004


more conservativeness in M'sia

KUALA LUMPUR (AFP) - Non-Muslim Malaysian women in opposition-run Terengganu state will not be able to wear short-sleeved blouses, tight-fitting jeans, long skirts with slits or mini-skirts to work in the future.

They are also barred from wearing figure-hugging or revealing dresses, said assemblyman Sulaiman Abdullah.

"The PAS (Islamic Party) government will not tolerate females, including those from different religions, wearing such clothes during working hours," Sulaiman, who is also Kuala Terengganu municipal council president, was quoted as saying by the New Straits Times.

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Luckily, vampyrichamster lives elsewhere in the country otherwise she'd have to give up wearing her miniskirts and daisy dukes. *runs away very quickly*
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