Now, I did say, if it was TRUE (as reported by the Star) that four Johor DAP assemblymen were reluctant, hesitant or unsure about wearing the songkok as part of the official attire for the opening of the Johor state legislative assembly. After which I gave my two cents worth.
Anyway, as it turned out the DAP central executive committee (CEC) had no objection to the four assemblymen wearing the songkok at the ceremony.
The Star quoted DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng as saying that the CEC had decided some time ago to allow the respective state committees to decide on their own on the wearing of the songkok.
Read the report H E R E.
So, really. What was all the fuss (by the four) about? Or did the Star get it wrong?