Four media watchdog groups have condemned Utusan Malaysia’s front-page reporting of an alleged call from Christian pastors to change Malaysia’s “official religion” to Christianity.
Sempena dengan Hari Pekerja Sedunia 2011, kami warga pekerja Malaysia menuntut agar kerajaan Malaysia hentikan segala bentuk sandiwara dalam pelaksanaan akta gaji minima dan mengawal kenaikan harga barang yang semakin tinggi. Kelas pekerja dan rakyat Malaysia tidak mampu menanggung beban kos hidup yang semakin meningkat!
The Young Liberals and Democrats of Asia hopes the Malaysian government will find a solution to allow undocumented Burmese migrants to work with temporary permits rather than sending them to overcrowded detention camps.
The scandalous porno tape, used in desperation to implicate Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim allegedly engaging in sex with a prostitute in order to turn the tide in favour of the Barisan Nasional during the Sarawak election, refuses to fade away even after the Sarawak election.
Comango, a coalition of Malaysian NGOs has urged the government to set up a royal commission of inquiry to probe the Sarawak Chief Minister Taib Mahmud’s immense wealth.
The BN old guard must come to terms with prevailing urban notions of equality, justice and pluralism instead of blaming “racism” by a political party as the reason for electoral losses in Sarawak’s towns, says Ronald Benjamin.
Fellows of the Asian Public Intellectuals programme and Sociologists without Borders have urged the Malaysian government to abandon its plans to build nuclear power plants and to put a stop to the ongoing construction of a rare earth refinery plant in Gebeng near Kuantan.
The Malaysian Bar has come out strongly in support of Charles Hector, who is facing a legal suit by a Japanese company after he highlighted the plight of Burmese workers at the firm’s Malaysian plant.
Malaysia should immediately halt the judicial caning of refugees and migrants, Amnesty International said on 11 March after the government disclosed that almost 30000 foreigners had been caned in five years.
A group calling itself ‘Sidang Injil Baru (Renewal Evangelical Mission of Sarawak)’ has issued an open letter to Christians in the state urging them to vote wisely in the 16 April polls.