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The Anti Death Penalty Asia Network (Adpan) is shocked by recent reports that Rodrigo Duterte said that he plans to not just re-impose the...
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Malaysia’s new National Security Council (NSC) Act, which came into force on 1 August 2016, is a tool for repression that should be immediately...

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With privatisation and the profit motive, migrant workers recruitment has evolved into a lucrative industry with many rushing to grab a piece of the...

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Suara Rakyat Malaysia (Suaram) is disappointed with the decision reached by the court in the prosecution of police officers that allegedly caused the death...

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The UN Human Rights Office for South East Asia (OHCHR) said today it was concerned by the entry into force in Malaysia of the...
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All those ministers who are saying nothing about 1MDB are committing a sin of omission, said Ambiga Sreenevasan. Amibga was addressing a crowd of...

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Madpet urges that all these ‘suspects’ arrested be accorded all rights normally accorded to those arrested, detained and subjected to criminal justice system. Malaysians...

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If we would like to be honoured and shown dignity, we have to recognise the dignity and honour of others, say Maszlee Malik and...

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Suara Rakyat Malaysia (Suaram) condemns the blatant abuse of police power in R Sri Sanjeevan’s arrests and calls for his immediate release. Sanjeevan who is...

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Indigenious communities are excited about the plan for a community-managed and protected forest area in Ulu Baram, reports Save Rivers. Village folks in Baram...

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Gabungan Bertindak Malaysia is gravely concerned with the private member's bill which will expand the power of Sharia courts to mete out harsher punishments....

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The Malaysian Bar is extremely concerned over recent attempts by certain parties to ignore or reject entrenched principles in our supreme law, namely the...

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