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Civil Society Voices

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Gerakan Hapus Akta Hasutan (GHAH) menyambut baik pengguguran dakwaan hasutan ke atas pensyarah undang-undang Universiti Malaya Prof Madya Dr Azmi Sharom. GHAH juga berharap...

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President Thein Sein should release all political prisoners immediately and unconditionally before his administration ends, says Fortify Rights. The government of Myanmar should drop...

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The Penang Stop Human Trafficking Campaign has condemned the detention of refugees and asylum seekers outside the UNHCR offices in Kuala Lumpur. We have...

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On the first anniversary of Anwar Ibrahim’s incarceration on politically motivated charges, the Malaysian government should unconditionally release the former deputy prime minister and...

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Geramm khuatir dengan cadangan Peguam Negara Apandi Ali untuk menguatkan akta lapuk Akta Rahsia Rasmi 1972 (OSA), apatah lagi apabila beliau seolah-olah mensasarkan media...

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The Centre for Independent Journalism (CIJ) is appalled at the most recent assault against the right to freedom of expression and information and its...

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The Indonesian government’s efforts to counter and punish attacks such as the deadly assault in central Jakarta last week can only succeed if they...

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The Consumers’ Association of Penang (CAP) and Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM) are concerned to learn that work on three highway projects in Penang will...

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Any action of introducing a policy or regulatory measure to safeguard public interest could be threatened with a billion dollar ISDS suit by a...

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United States President Barack Obama should ensure that human rights are a central focus in the upcoming summit of Southeast Asian leaders in the...

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The Consumers’ Association of Penang (CAP) is shocked that the government is making a mockery of Parliament by seeking a blank cheque for the...

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After six long years of investigations, this first indictment of the arms maker shows that Suaram's suspicion of commissions paid to Malaysian officials in...

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