Save Malaysia Stop Lynas is pleased that the Kuala Lumpur High Court has rejected Lynas’ second attempt to get a court injunction to gag SMSL yesterday.
Zunar will know the outcome of his suit against the government for unlawful arrest tomorrow. Reporters Without Borders hopes for a fair ruling.
We, the undersigned civil society organisations, are extremely concerned that the Malaysian government is going ahead with its plans to build two nuclear reactors, without sufficient public information, consultation or debate.
The upheaval in the Arab world marks a beginning for social justice, multi-party democracy and religious pluralism, observes Ahmad Farouk Musa.
We, the undersigned NGOs, support Selangor Mentri Besar Khalid Ibrahim’ decision to exercise its right to take over the operations of state water concessionaire Syabas, apparently provided for under clause 32 of the concession agreement.
Washington, D.C. — In response to US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s announcement on the lifting of restrictions on US investment in Burma, five human rights groups issued the following statement.
Muslims require thinking, and rethinking again about the obsession with models rather than principles. They must be able to exercise their God-given rational faculty in order to face the challenges of modernity, says Dr Ahmad Farouk Musa.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement allows an investor to sue the Malaysian government at an international tribunal, for unlimited monetary compensation and interest, warns the Consumers Association of Penang.
The Coalition to Stop the TPP, spearheaded by local labour groups and Occupy San Diego, is planning a week of protests and public education events against the Trans Pacific Partnership agreement, reports Rebecca Burns of In These Times.
The harassment of Suaram by the Companies Commission of Malaysia (CCM) is a shocking example of wrong priorities by the authorities, says Suaram.