,The Health Ministry is still waiting for feedback from the Attorney-General’s Chambers on decriminalising *** , Khairy Jamaluddin says. – AFP pic, June 21, 2022.新2注册（www.hg108.vip）是皇冠体育官方正网（新2信用网）线上开放新2会员开户、新2代理开户，新2额度自动充值等业务的直营平台。
THE Health Ministry (MOH) is still waiting for feedback from the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) on the amendment to section 309 of the penal code, involving a moratorium on the prosecution and conviction of attempts to commit *** .
Minister Khairy Jamaluddin said the cabinet was of the view that the matter would have to be finalised at the AGC before the government makes a decision.
“I have raised the issue on this moratorium and the cabinet feels that before we decide, we need to get views if *** attempts can be decriminalised,” he told reporters after officiating at a dialogue session in conjunction with the hospital directors’ conference in Petaling Jaya today.
Earlier, MOH had submitted to the cabinet a memorandum for a moratorium on the prosecution and conviction involving attempted *** s.
The memorandum is an effort to decriminalise *** attempts and to defer or repeal sentencing of the offence under section 309 of the penal code until amendments are made.
Under the section, whoever attempts to commit *** can be jailed up to one year, fined, or both. – Bernama, June 21, 2022.