A Malaysian news weekly has been suspended indefinitely by the Home Ministry, apparently for an article criticising overspending by the country’s ‘first couple’, says Seapa.
Category: Civil Society Voices
The Christian community in Malaysia is gravely dismayed and very disappointed by the decision of the Court of Appeal to uphold the power of the Minister to ban the use of the word Allah...
Workers’ rights issues should be resolved through negotiations, not by union busting, say 43 civil society and trade union groups.
“We have to work together to fight the tyranny of economic supremacy that puts profit above people and the environment,” said an expert at a seminar organised by Save Malaysia Stop Lynas.
Several independent UN human rights experts have urged the Malaysian government to reverse its decision to ban the Herald from using the word Allah, reports the UN News Centre.
SYDNEY — It is the third day that Malaysian citizens have occupied the headquarters of Australian rare earth miner, Lynas Corporation, reports the Stop Lynas campaign.