Malaysia’s ruling party and opposition leaders should rein in their supporters to end intimidation and violence that threaten general elections slated for 5 May 2013, Human Rights Watch said today.
Attaining the status of a developed nation involves the government taking concrete actions to stamp out racism, says Jerald Joseph.
Rani Rasiah condemns the government’s heavy-handed action in dealing with a Nepali migrant workers’ protest against the non-implementation of the minimum wage ruling.
A team of Bersih 2.0 supporters based in Penang and Kedah will be monitoring closely the following constituencies in the GE13.
Fifty civil society groups have come out to endorse a statement condemning the sedition charge levelled against Batu MP Chua Tian Chua for his remarks on the Sulu intrusion.
Malaysian and Philippine civil society groups issued a joint statement last month calling for immediate dialogue to resolve the conflict in Sabah.
It has been 10 years since the massive global protests against the invasion of Iraq. What were the implications and the impact of those protests?
The Attorney General’s opposition to the Penang state government’s application for leave to allow 1.6m Penangites to choose their own councillors proves again that the BN opposes local government elections and democracy, says Lim Guang Eng.
It is time that foreign spouses be treated as a part of the Malaysian family framework, considering that they are key caregivers and providers, writes the Foreign Spouses Support Group.
PUTRAJAYA (6 February 2013): Jaringan Rakyat Tertindas (Jerit) submitted a total of 55 complaints regarding the abuse of minimum wage policy by employers to the Ministry of Human Resource.